In a message dated 3/17/01 12:30:08 AM, email@example.com writes:
>>The point is much more than our
>> own existence, or else they wouldn't have bothered with the rest of the
>How do you know that they did?
We can, and have, studied far-off objects by various methods and always
found they follow the same rules as here. If they're not there, we're back
to the mad redactor rewriting history every time an astronomer takes
a spec, which is an equally insane amount of work.
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