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Old November 20 2012, 09:57 AM   #51
Timo
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Re: life-extension technology in Star Trek (or lack thereof)

[qujote]Begging your pardon, but I'm not the one arguing with a straight face that a few hundred years ago every human being in on planet Earth enjoyed the exact same living conditions and the exact same seasonal climate conditions in sufficient uniformity to make this a global norm.[/quote]

You most definitely are. And in the same breath you then argue against yourself in a weird masturbatory cycle, not noticing that nobody else is participating.

I simply point out that your insistence that a special case is impossible is false because the special case is a verified (and fairly commonly known and applied) fact. And the special case already covers all the required bases in debunking your ideas about where and how sex between humans can take place. You do demonstrate a remarkable lack of historical perspective there.

Isolated = crowded is basically always true, too. You need infrastructure to get room.

Timo Saloniemi
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