>> And check out www.greenstar.org
>This is an absolutely fantastic creation.
>This is the "Brain Seed" idea I've been spouting about for so
>long, built with present-day tech. I wonder if we can get someone
>from this organization to come talk at Extro5.
>> The new Alchemists journals as well as a facinating library of
>> appropriate tech books is at:
>Another brilliant resource. I'm seriously jazzed. This is some
>Here's a suggestion: If the Greenstar system checks out to be as
>good as it looks, maybe we could make it sort of an "official
>extropian charity". I'd be very, very interested in such an
Thought you'd like it. ;)
Judging from list response, it might not make "official" charity
status, but I intend on following it noneless.
Another keyword for search engines (I don't believe they have an
official web site yet) is "Gaviotas".
Bonnie might be interested as well, particularly in their
development of a "sleeve" pump.
Extropy Institute, www.extropy.org
Adler Planetarium www.adlerplanetarium.org
Life Extension Foundation, www.lef.org
National Rifle Association, www.nra.org, 1.800.672.3888
Mars Society, www.marssociety.org
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