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From: "Tom Del Rosso"
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Subject: Re: eer
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NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 01:29:46 GMT
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Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 01:29:46 GMT
"John Woodgate" wrote in
> H'mmm; dicey also because subduction zones are near where the strange
> life around abyssal vents occurs. I don't think we want to encourage
> of that to mutate; you never know what might evolve. (Think 'Loch
Or read Aurthur C. Clarke's "2010: Oddessey Two".
> But the stories about having to keep nyoocler waste
That's "nukular". Don't you speak English?
> for ten thousand
> years are nonsense; long before then we will have found out how to
> process everything back to Fe56 or something equally benign.
One thing the US government has seriously researched is how to make
warning signs that can be read by people who speak a language that won't
exist for 10,000 years.
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