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Where Are The Future Rocket Scientists?



 
 
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Old December 8th 06, 12:12 PM posted to alt.astronomy,demon.local,comp.os.os2.advocacy,rec.aviation.products,ne.weather
Michael Baldwin, Bruce
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Default Where Are The Future Rocket Scientists?

nightbat wrote:
nightsoil wrote

Where will the future man and women of space exploration
come from and the Science Teams to support them?

See:
http://www.space.com/searchforlife/0..._thursday.html

Well thanks to the inspirational net profound Earth Science Team Members
who enlighten and inspirer all, the fate of advancing deep theoretical
science and encouraging young reader minds to science and space
exploration would be more challenging. If we can encourage just one
young mind to reach for the stars we have done our duty.

always ponder on,
the fr00tbat


A0L! FrOOtL00p thinks his Star Trek PJs will get him and Teh
Saucerheads to Uranus.

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Old December 8th 06, 12:25 PM posted to alt.astronomy,demon.local,comp.os.os2.advocacy,rec.aviation.products,ne.weather
Double-A
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Default Where Are The Future Rocket Scientists?


Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:
nightbat wrote:
nightsoil wrote

Where will the future man and women of space exploration
come from and the Science Teams to support them?

See:
http://www.space.com/searchforlife/0..._thursday.html

Well thanks to the inspirational net profound Earth Science Team Members
who enlighten and inspirer all, the fate of advancing deep theoretical
science and encouraging young reader minds to science and space
exploration would be more challenging. If we can encourage just one
young mind to reach for the stars we have done our duty.

always ponder on,
the fr00tbat


A0L! FrOOtL00p thinks his Star Trek PJs will get him and Teh
Saucerheads to Uranus.



You've already been to Uranus with your wrong way rocket, Bruce!

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Old December 8th 06, 12:28 PM posted to alt.astronomy,demon.local,comp.os.os2.advocacy,rec.aviation.products,ne.weather
Michael Baldwin, Bruce
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Default Where Are The Future Rocket Scientists?

fake Double-Anus wrote:
Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:
nightbat wrote:
nightsoil wrote

Where will the future man and women of space exploration
come from and the Science Teams to support them?

See:
http://www.space.com/searchforlife/0..._thursday.html

Well thanks to the inspirational net profound Earth Science Team Members
who enlighten and inspirer all, the fate of advancing deep theoretical
science and encouraging young reader minds to science and space
exploration would be more challenging. If we can encourage just one
young mind to reach for the stars we have done our duty.

always ponder on,
the fr00tbat


A0L! FrOOtL00p thinks his Star Trek PJs will get him and Teh
Saucerheads to Uranus.


You've already been to Uranus with your wrong way rocket, Bruce!


You're projecting again, fake Double-Anus. Say, does Uranus have a moon?

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Old December 8th 06, 04:26 PM posted to alt.astronomy,demon.local,comp.os.os2.advocacy,rec.aviation.products,ne.weather
honestjohn
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Default Where Are The Future Rocket Scientists?


"Michael Baldwin, Bruce" wrote in message
ps.com...
fake Double-Anus wrote:
Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:
nightbat wrote:
nightsoil wrote

Where will the future man and women of space

exploration
come from and the Science Teams to support them?

See:
http://www.space.com/searchforlife/0..._thursday.html

Well thanks to the inspirational net profound Earth Science Team

Members
who enlighten and inspirer all, the fate of advancing deep

theoretical
science and encouraging young reader minds to science and space
exploration would be more challenging. If we can encourage just one
young mind to reach for the stars we have done our duty.

always ponder on,
the fr00tbat

A0L! FrOOtL00p thinks his Star Trek PJs will get him and Teh
Saucerheads to Uranus.


You've already been to Uranus with your wrong way rocket, Bruce!


You're projecting again, fake Double-Anus. Say, does Uranus have a moon?

Yes, you moonie!


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Old December 8th 06, 11:56 PM posted to alt.astronomy,demon.local,comp.os.os2.advocacy,rec.aviation.products,ne.weather
Michael Baldwin, Bruce
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Posts: 975
Default Where Are The Future Rocket Scientists?

dishonestjohn wrote:
"Michael Baldwin, Bruce" wrote in message
ps.com...
fake Double-Anus wrote:
Michael Baldwin, Bruce wrote:
nightbat wrote:
nightsoil wrote

Where will the future man and women of space

exploration
come from and the Science Teams to support them?

See:
http://www.space.com/searchforlife/0..._thursday.html

Well thanks to the inspirational net profound Earth Science Team

Members
who enlighten and inspirer all, the fate of advancing deep

theoretical
science and encouraging young reader minds to science and space
exploration would be more challenging. If we can encourage just one
young mind to reach for the stars we have done our duty.

always ponder on,
the fr00tbat

A0L! FrOOtL00p thinks his Star Trek PJs will get him and Teh
Saucerheads to Uranus.

You've already been to Uranus with your wrong way rocket, Bruce!


You're projecting again, fake Double-Anus. Say, does Uranus have a moon?

Yes, you moonie!


Keep your pants on!

 




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