In a message dated 6/3/00 5:00:34 AM Central Daylight Time,
> Of course if Amara would stop studying all that silly dust (I mean
> after all, who wants to run around the entire solar system collecting
> it all to do something useful with it???) and focus instead on finding
> the nearest brown dwarfs so we could do some serious targeting for our
> interstellar intellinanobot computronium conversion project, I'd
> be willing to leave the solar system and all the funky planets to the
> stay-at-home luddites. That may be what we end up having to do anyway
> if most people don't soon develop a strong desire to self-evolve.
Do send a postcard from time to time, Robert, to let the folks back home know
how you're doing.
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