To: Rb ver. 2.0
At this point in time, are we just wasting our money on supporting this adventure? We risk lives regularly to support the ship.
posted on 06/16/2007 7:13:27 AM PDT
("The Cracker" will be renamed "The Crapper")
At this point in time, are we just wasting our money on supporting this adventure?
I think you could say that about everything we're doing.. ;)
posted on 06/16/2007 7:22:19 AM PDT
(Ignorance is bliss. Knowledge, truth and reality sucks....)
No one was a bigger supporter of the space program than me before the space shuttle days. The shuttle has never done what if was billed to do. We were told it would be able to take off at any time with very short notice. Instead it can take off after several months notice and only if there are no clouds in the sky.
The space station is even worse.
I still support a space program, but one done by humans who remain on earth.
posted on 06/16/2007 7:25:24 AM PDT
"Houston, we have a problem...!"
posted on 06/16/2007 7:49:18 AM PDT
("Why can’t we start solving the problem by breaking up Big Government?"- MortMan)
We risk lives regularly to support the ship.
Some of us thrive on taking risks and get out of bed in the morning. ; )
posted on 06/16/2007 7:52:33 AM PDT
(Trust in God, question everyone else)
Didn’t you hear Bradbury on Coast last night, or don’t you agree with him?
posted on 06/16/2007 7:55:31 AM PDT
(Repeal the Treaty)
Were learning a great deal from the space station, and one of things we may be learning is we shouldnt have built this particular one, said Howard McCurdy, a space public policy expert at American University.
He says this after we’ve spent $100 billion dollars and it is only half built.
posted on 06/16/2007 7:55:49 AM PDT
by miele man
(Continually voting against iodine deficient libs for 42 years)
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