expanding human relationship is an extropian idea

Alex Tseng (alextseng@rocketmail.com)
Mon, 27 Oct 1997 23:13:11 -0800 (PST)

Hi peoples especially Danny,
Yes I'm new,...and I didn't mean to 'tar' anyone
just wanted to know if there were more efficient
ways to correspond ideas ( as agreed with Micheal
Butler ) , I'm not against any ideas, that's the
whole point,...I mean, truth stated is a benefit
to all interested parties ( esp extropian ones )
and meaniful information,...of course, anyone
can argue what constitutes meaningful ; revelant
information, so earth/moon relationship
way to go,...
Everyone should draw conclusions to extropian ideals
and have these ideals been met, as a result of our
'corresponding' so improving the 'ssnr' is a valid
input...feedback anyone?

im the one who posted it originally, my apologies,
are you new and didnt readit? I was referring to a
picture i saw of the moon fit snugly inside a
triangle fit snuggly inside the earth, making a
perfect relationship, and so i turned my attention
towards this list for my 'research and homework'
after not receiving any replies from two separate
astronomers i emailed (still havent actually), but it
turned out to be false, pretty interesting if it were
true though dont you think? Now the attention has
turned to when in the past this relationship could
have existed, since the earth has been expanding.
We're actually talking about something I dont think
anyone else has talked about before, I think its
worthy of discussion. It would be nice to have that
date archived: when WAS the moon in that specific
relationship with the earth? Maybe it doesnt mean
anything if it was, you could go on forever with
relationships between moons and their planets and
other moons and the sun, and im sure some interesting
things would come up, and perhaps they would have
some significance, so its good to try and find out.

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