Theos-World Re: Fundamentalism, religion and reason
Aug 03, 2006 08:07 PM
by pedro oliveira
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Drpsionic@... wrote:
> Because it is part of the great human adventure. It will yield
> humanity that will last for millenia, and it is cheap at the
cost. It is, in
> point of fact, money far better spent than on those who will,
after all, die
> anyway. If we spend all our money on the surplus of humanity, we
> nothing left for that which matters, like the future of humanity.
> There are times for ruthlessness and this is one of them. We
must go to
> Mars and damn the cost.
How can you be sure that there will be a future at all for humanity?
The present trends indicate that the future is fast disappearing.
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