From: Mike Lorrey (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Feb 05 2002 - 10:17:10 MST
"Robert J. Bradbury" wrote:
> On Mon, 4 Feb 2002, Damien Raphael wrote:
> > And if there are really big ice caps sucking up ocean water, more
> > continental shelf gets exposed.
> But everyone naturally would like to live on a lake. They are
> good for both fishing and water skiing. So the drextech needs
> to dig a moderately large number of ponds, canals between all
> of them and we all then get waterfront property. Consider the
> Sahara as a Venice waiting for its time.
Yes, very nice. Considering that excessive water use in Israel and
Jordan is causing ground subsidence of the Dead Sea area, perhaps a test
plot should be to run a canal from the Med to the Dead (how much of
Palestine would get flooded by doing this?)...
> After genome engineering becomes a no brainer Damien & I can play
> one-ups-manship seeing who can grow bigger shrimp, that require
> bigger barbies, that require bigger shrimp, and so forth
> and so on. Its a whole new world -- "real men" take down
> their lobsters with original Ottoman Turk cannon replicas.
Actually, few Main lobsters ever die of old age, those that do are
generally about 3' in length when senescence occurs. The lobster
continues to grow throughout life. So ideally, you want to dig a lot of
salt water lakes up in northern Canada to farm lobsters in, protecting
them from larger predators. So how big can a shrimp grow before it's no
longer referred to as a 'shrimp'? When it's as big as a real lobster.
"Pacific Lobster" really aren't. They have no pincers. They are just big
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