Re: Government land acquisition,urbanization,and resource utilization (was Re: Homeless)

From: Adrian Tymes (
Date: Tue Oct 10 2000 - 22:15:16 MDT

"J. R. Molloy" wrote:
> "Adrian Tymes" wrote,
> > Solution 2: Render the federal gov't (*any* federal, or in fact just
> > plain any, gov't on Earth) obsolete by creating places to live that are
> > physically beyond the reach of any current gov't. Orbit would be an
> > awfully tough place for 'em to police if the only ones who can spare the
> > resources to get there are the ones who want to live there, no?
> That's liable to take more time than you have to accomplish, without the first
> solution.

<shrugs> True. But just surviving for a long time, even with LE and
cryo, doesn't push the objected-to gov't towards obsolescence. The USA
has been around for over 200 years so far, and is currently far from
extinction. And it's a youngster compared to some...

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