Re: theos-talk Doing in Space,
Dec 30, 2010 11:33 AM
Most often it kind of looks to me like a whole lot of carnal and civic playing out trying to balance all its different proportions that, maybe, are our most basic primary motivations in category.
Routine and instincts we could say, but for all we know and for example, some of these compulsions aren't even ours/known.
I wonder about this sometimes, for example, it's a biological advancement, an evolutionry progress for a more primative species to occupy/possess that which would be much larger, or advantageous in one way or another.
Happens commonly enough really.
And as we all know, just like other things man contain a whole lot of microbe/nanos and scientists look into their physical advantages, disadvantages, their properties (symbiotic, parasitic) so on, however and this is one of the things that I wonder about; do all these microbes/colonies have usery effects on man in ways we're not even considering as yet, and c/would microbes figure that out.
The big question, yup; could these kinds of things effect emotional a/o mental wellbeings (thinking and feeling; being and doing.)
Dunno, but it clearly looks to me as if it probably would not be an evolutionary forward for mankind to be 'inhabited', overwhelmed, (quantities, and qualities) by a whole lot of life that was much more primal (and overall automated) than his is -
Spiritually, the whole thing's interesting. And it could be that solving the surface of our problems one probl at a time wouldn't necc. even address the real root or full depth and complexity of any given situation, especially so, concerning why things happen.
--- In email@example.com, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> Personally I more concerned about what is going on here on Earth. People
> killing each other - wars etc. Let us address problems closer to home and
> then we can turn attention to outer space.
> On Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 11:09 AM, thalprin <thalprin@...> wrote:
> > http://news.yahoo.com/s/space/20101230/sc_space/11thingsamericanswillbedoinginspacein2011
> > Had a look at this list this morning a/b I didn't see any mention of any
> > space salvage plans. Space salvage is already a huge matter to clear/clean
> > up AND with all the materials/supplies that are already up there AND will be
> > needed for, for example, building any sort of facility a/o bases on the moon
> > seems like plans to build robotics, specifically, to salvage (pick up a/o
> > delver/wharehouse such) would be good thinking ahead and would make good
> > business sense.
> > Hopefully at some point space salvage will be added to the list, eventually
> > it'll have to be anyway, for obvious reasons.
> > Terrie
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