Fri, 2 Apr 1999 19:15:04 EST
In a message dated 4/2/99 5:02:57 PM Mountain Standard Time,
> I used to believe that, but there are certain things that simply cannot
> be achieved with current theory and technology.
> If that was _really_ true how come we're still no closer to a cure for
> AIDs or, say, Cancer than we were 10 years ago? There are some things
> money can't buy, for everything else, there's....
This may sound cynical, but do the governments of the world really want a
cure for AIDS? A long term disease, with no know cure, can be a very handy
form of population control. As a biological warfare agent, it leaves much to
be desired, but as a nice, neat global killer, it could indeed go the
distance. You have to ask yourself whether or not a cure is wanted over an
And thank you for the Hall-Effect drive article. I feel some ideas
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