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Old April 27 2014, 07:03 PM   #16
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Re: pluto's underground ocean possibility

Can we bottle it & sell it?
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Old April 27 2014, 09:20 PM   #17
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Re: pluto's underground ocean possibility

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Now that we have been apparently finding water elsewhere, it opens up considerable opportunities not only for colonization, but also some impetus for rethinking our concepts of our solar system.
The finding of water elsewhere in the solar system does not open up opportunities for colonization so much as lessen one of many obstacles.

We have uninhabited lands on Earth that are many times easier to colonize than Mars and yet they're still deserted.

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