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Maynardgravy

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  1. You're welcome. Many of us don't share your wonderful one-world-dictatorship vision.
  2. How are engineering challenges and laws of physics separate? The energy demands to get even close to the speed of light (which would be needed for any practical travel for time dilation to kick in) are astronomical (forgive pun). Mass can never travel at light speed because you'd need an infinite amount of energy to shift it. So imagine how massive even a small object gets at 99% the speed of light? Of course there's always the fantasy of warp drive which has the same energy problems. Bottom line is, I'm not going to rely on it to resolve population issues - there are easier ways.
  3. I hope you live long enough to enjoy the mess. The UN Migration pact will go some way to adding to your utopia.
  4. Believe what you like: its generally excepted in scientific circles even if it is under the usual Cultural Marxist Ministry of Truth attack https://qz.com/441905/men-are-both-dumber-and-smarter-than-women/ But even in these enlightened times, men still do display a wider range of intellectual ability. Using several different measures of intelligence including IQ and SAT scores, more men are found in the high and low tails, according to Josh Aronson, a professor of applied psychology at NYU. “Yes, the pattern that I see most often in the IQ literature, and the one that accords wi
  5. I'm a realist. You need to do some basic research into Special Relativity to understand how far off we are from any meaningful interstellar travel. You need to lay off Star Trek.
  6. Womanpower? Are you winding me up? Intergalactic travel compared to what we can achieve at present is like crossing a river compared to getting to the moon. Besides, we're too busy paying out WTC to all those people we need.
  7. Not necessarily. We're on the cusp of a robotic revolution. The normal human ponzi scheme will be redundant soon enough. The West of course will be left with huge numbers of unproductive, debt drones. I'm assuming Japan will actually import people they actually need so they don't destroy their own culture with 'multiculturalism' (which is anything but). Of course they could actually promote policies to make families more attractive to normal working people - same could be said here and in Germany. Not that hard, even Hiltler seemed to manage it and he was a loon.
  8. Lol, you live in a dream world. We can barely get out of the Earth's gravitational pull.
  9. I clearly wrote 'not'. You will be visited by the South Yorkshire sarcasm police.
  10. hmm, hope you are right. Seems like two sides of the same coin to me, but then again, you'd think the taps have to be turned off at some point.
  11. Chinese buyers at the auction. Not known for their gambling habits.
  12. What about the Tory donors who don't care how much the middle are taxed or services cut, so long as they get their cheap labour and HMO fodder?
  13. It was actually 19,000 deaths out of the casualties </pedant>
  14. Great find - the origional price was mental but no denying that drop. Is that close to Sandbanks?
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