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Re: Anti Grav......

From: Allan Goodall <agoodall@s...>
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 1997 18:33:39 -0400
Subject: Re: Anti Grav......

At 12:52 PM 4/23/97 +0100, Rob Paul wrote:

>	 It would be fun, though, wouldn't it? :-)  I wonder if the
>would be disappointed in a Europan "black smoker" community? (For
>readers, these mainly consist of bacteria, wormy things and a few
>independent of sunlight thanks to the output of volcanic vents)

That's the big kicker. If there is life on Europa, and there is/was life
Mars, it seems to suggest that life will develop almost anywhere.  That
greatly increases the possibility that there is intelligent life
"out there." Currently we have no proof one way or the other, only a
statistical sample of one life bearing planet out of nine (and umpteen

I saw a Discovery Canada programme (from the US Discovery channel) about
Mars meteor. The NASA scientists had to give a briefing to a
committee. The chairman of the committee said something like,
that many of my constituents believe strongly in the Bible, this
proof of Martian life] poses some difficult questions. Do any of you
want to
tackle this issue?" The NASA scientists laughed en masse...

Allan Goodall: 
"You'll want to hear about my new obsession.
 I'm riding high upon a deep depression. 
 I'm only happy when it rains."    - Garbage

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