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Technology has always found its greatest consumer in a
nation's war and defense efforts. Since the last attempts at a
"Star Wars" defense system, has technology changed
considerably enough to make the latest Missile Defense
initiatives more successful? Can such an application of
science be successful? Is a militarized space inevitable,
necessary or impossible?
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- 01:57pm Oct 31, 2003 EST (#
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ultimately TRUTH outs : TRUTH has
to be morally forcing : build on TRUTH it's a strong
lchic - 06:53am Oct 31, 2003 EST (# 16033 of 16053)
ultimately TRUTH outs : TRUTH has to be morally forcing :
build on TRUTH it's a strong foundation
Despite all that growth in the third quarter, the number of
jobs actually fell. Krugman
Bush has to create jobs.
Globalism sees flow of 'jobs' go to India (IT) and China
The 'advanced world' has to 'advance' and create new jobs.
The Red-scheme of military complex ... red as a ref. to the
C20 RU ... employs folks .... but in order to maintain the
raison d'ętre .... the US has to go outside it's boundary and
look for fights ... 72 fights since the end of WWII.
It's interesting that the supposed military historian here
hasn't noticed that employment within the military complex is
RED-scheme (Communistic style) employment.
If he were a real military historian ... he'd be pointing
The world is getting tired of being both bullied around and
attacked by the US ...
Raises the question how will the US employ those falling
out of the RED-Scheme when the world moves for peace.
A true capitalist economy has to continually move towards
the production of valued/useful goods and services that fit
it's evolving culture.
Had the USA vision, then it would be determining where the
economy is, and where it should go.
It would look to developing the 'right new industries' and
Bluey asked -- why was i on the board - without explain his
The board is here for those with opinions - 6 billion out
The perceived need for MD realtes to 'mind-failures', to
communication failures, to separate-ness.
As the world moves and knits together ... the need for MD
A question 'the average reader' might ask when reviewing
this board is why so much hostility towards opinions that look
for an improved future for the World, for the USA, and for the
anyone done a street survey in downtown blinggablongga wrt
the NYT .... has anyone heard of it, is it effective in
changing world opinions ....
It is certainly used as a standard and a reference by those
reaching out to blinggablongga ... so indirectly a strong,
positive and futuristic NYT is a genuine World Asset ...
Don't check the map for blinggablongga
- 02:21pm Oct 31, 2003 EST (#
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lchic - 01:52pm Oct 31, 2003 EST (# 16053 of 16053)
Cantabb you're way out of line here
Sorry, but I don't quite see it your way. And I've
I don't have any personal gripes.
You're constantly talking about rshow's problems and
gripes, which has been THE problem anmd which is what I was
referring to. YOU may not bring up or discuss YOUR own
problems here, but you do talk about HIS, and have repeatedly
gone after those who disagree with rshow Or question his
In fact, you raised the question of "hostility" on this
thread (similar to rshow's remarks on "fighting"). And, in a
previous post (#16034) in today's series you even refer to
what rshow knows he needs, etc.
Rshow has drilled into the board's memory that he and you
are a team, and you've always expanded on HIS problems. As if
it needed another mention, see Rshow tag-line: "Click
"rshow55" for some things Lchic and I have done and
worked for on this thread."
I address my comment 'to the board' and it's
Average NYT reader includes me.
My post stands up for itself .... get a
second opinion from someone with a brain!
Regardless of what you may think about your own posts, I
doubt most of them make any sense at all to any one, unless
cliches and platitudes are saomething brand new, and faux-Zen
has suddenly become plain and simple.
No need for a second opinion. You already have a lot of
'admirers' on the 'board' : my opinion may be a little
'kinder, gentler' !
- 02:51pm Oct 31, 2003 EST (#
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"You already have a lot of 'admirers' on the 'board' :"
I guess you're right, eh..? Or at least they don't bother
"World Asset", the cretinous slimebag....no one must humour
her, any more than the Showalter....who is in brief retreat it
seems....his idiot camp-follower has unfortunately seen the
need to "take up the slack"...
- 02:56pm Oct 31, 2003 EST (#
16057 of 16222)
"Russia’s most powerful missiles, 100MUTTH, capable of
breaking through any anti-missile defense system."
Do you really believe Russia has the financial capability
to both field new BM's and warheads AND have a separate and
highly-costly research-and-development Agency for
counter-measures..? They don't tell us their so-called
"technology"; do you know what it is? And note they say they
can break through "any" MD; a foolish statement in light of
possible future breakthroughs...
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