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Gigapan Comments (4)

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  1. Gary Proffitt

    Gary Proffitt (March 05, 2014, 10:45PM )

    "A thousand worlds are born and perish whilst another world sleeps"

  2. Gary Proffitt

    Gary Proffitt (February 25, 2014, 02:18PM )

    As a recent addition to the community of the many intelligent cultures of the jewelled threads that weave this great galaxy we must change our ways and develop and adapt to our many challenges of responsibility to not only each other and the bio-groups that we share this planet with, but to learn to reach out to the planets and then other stars and cultures so that we may learn new understandings and technologies that will one day change us forever as is will be written in our destiny less we fail as a species here and elsewhere.

  3. Gary Proffitt

    Gary Proffitt (February 20, 2014, 07:27PM )

    If you think about it when any cosmic species sets about space exploration there has to be a defining moment when a reshuffle occurs in the scientic ranks involved and this time is when the geologists take a back seat and astro-archaeology comes into being though it must always be a huge reality check for all beings concerned Q.E.D.

  4. Gary Proffitt

    Gary Proffitt (February 20, 2014, 07:15PM )

    I have all the admaration in the world for NASA and all the space agencies involved with Mars exploration but sending rovers to look into craters and ignoring other important sites like this is the equivalent of sending two team of scientists on Earth on different discovery missions, one to a sand pit which is what the average crater system is in all fairness and sending one to Egypt to a find a lost Pharaohs tomb, its an easy decision for me ;-)