In a message dated 2/6/2001 10:19:02 PM Eastern Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
<< This is amazing, although I'm sure there will be a lot more changes than
this in a billion years(!). But it is a good illustration of the general
principle that chaotic systems are easily controlled. The solar system is
surprisingly chaotic, as the article mentions later: >>
Two though occured to me after rading the article. One is something Frank
Tipler said about using no more then the constant energy expended by a
Monarch butterfly to move the Earth from one point of its orbit, to it's
exact opposite point on its diameter-taking 500 million years! The second
thought was remembering Larry Niven's "A World Out of Time" in which Neptune
or Uranus was moved about. The most significant attraction of Extropianism
and TransHumanism, for myself, is when they focus on cosmological potential.
Then, one receives the greatest of vistas.
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