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Max The Magnificent
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re: Diamond planet – black hole eats star – life on Mars – lots more “stuff”
Max The Magnificent   10/17/2012 5:26:02 PM
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LOL

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E-Unit   10/16/2012 7:48:23 AM
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Oh No, now the woodworm's got into that too...

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Max The Magnificent   9/6/2011 2:17:11 PM
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Very interesting ... I SO wish I could go to the moon and take a look -- or if we could at least send a robot explorer to check out these caves and tunnels...

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Max The Magnificent   9/6/2011 2:15:59 PM
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Oh great -- now I have to track copies of those down :-)

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re: Diamond planet – black hole eats star – life on Mars – lots more “stuff”
David.Bell   9/3/2011 5:23:51 PM
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Lunar "Rabbit Hole": http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2010/12jul_rabbithole/

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David.Bell   9/3/2011 4:58:18 PM
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Re: World of Tiers, there have been (at least?) two more published: WOT 6 - More Then Fire WOT 7 - Red Orc's Rage Dave

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James.Brakefield   9/2/2011 8:36:05 PM
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Given that the average density of the universe is one hydrogen atom per cubic meter, it is very pleasant that intelligent life forms can gather in close proximity.

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Max The Magnificent   8/31/2011 3:59:30 PM
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I cannot believe that we still don't have a base on the moon... One day...

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ReneCardenas   8/31/2011 3:46:04 PM
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But aren’t diamonds merely carbon crystals formed at high pressure, so I imagine that it is very plausible, but not in the form of a polished version we see in ladies fingers. Max, thanks for the book recommendations, I have read almost all Carl Sagan books, including Contact. Yet, we are so far the technology required, for human transport. That is just as well dream about it. :-)

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Max The Magnificent   8/30/2011 1:47:11 PM
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The article said that it wouldn't look like a gigantic diamond ... but that just makes you wonder what it does look like ... I wonder of there are planets with diamonds the size of mountains on Earth, for example...

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