They are in a rush. Wow those comets must be coming in fast. At least now they throw a bone to the average citizen. That's a positive change. I
wonder if more private enterprise will be involved in the future plans?
Bush is just attempting to give the public something positive to distract them from all the crap that he has pulled before the election. My
suggestion: Put Bush into a rocket and have him measure how hot the sun is.
look 11 february 2004 to NASATV am its a little bit long but more info on this look at nasa.gov
February 11, Wednesday
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. - Presidential Commission on Implementation of U.S. Space Exploration Vision Public Hearing - HQ (Formal Public Question and
3:15 - 4:15 p.m. - Presidential Commission on Implementation of U.S. Space Exploration Vision Press Conference - HQ (Interactive Media briefing) www.nasa.gov...
I'm not sure what to think of this. All I know is this is the worse time to declare sending man to the Moon and Mars epsecially since we're at war
with Iraq. Not to say it's a bad idea. This should be said when the economy is strong and when we're not a war with anybody.
I think just the otherwhise it could be just the distraction from iraq. what does al quada want it wants to come in to the news if we are focust on
iraq they have there way if we focus more on space they will have a problem. And keep in mind its spread out over 20 a 30 years so its not that we are
going in tomorrow or next year.
I came across the site and put in my 2cents worth only the page appeared to freeze? I then found a pdf at the bottom and a contact name that I sent
regular email to again with my 2 cents worth of idea's. www.moontomars.org contact and put in your input.
I will let you know if I get any feedback on the idea's I sent. If you would like to see what I sent then here is a link:
home.earthlink.net... from there at the bottom click to read or download my 2cents...
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