Re: EXOTERRA: Space Events of 20th Century

Steve Edwards (
Mon, 10 Mar 1997 19:03:43 -0600

>I'm sure the leaders of the
>>Mudball^H^H^H^H^H^H^H Planetary Society think that way, but I would
>>expect you to try expanding their perspective.
>The question is, should I? From what I understand (i.e., Eric Watt Forste's
>posts), that the Planetary Society is part of the JPL mind set of only
>robotics to space, not transhumans. On the other hand they were supportive
>of SETI. So, clue me in. Is the World Space Society far more advanced than
>the Planetary Society? I've tried expanding perspectives in the wrong venue
>before, and can be a lot of effort for little or no gain.
> Natasha Vita More [fka Nancie Clark]
> Extropic Art Manifesto!:
> * * * * * * * * * *

Try the National Space Society, headed by Robert Zubrin, who wrote The Case
for Mars,
a book which elucidates a cheap, fast and easy way to send real people to Mars.

Steve Edwards,,