Optimism is always the best policy, my wife keeps telling me, though I’ve got
Eeyore genes running rampant inside me. And, one never knows . . . But I do
think there will come a point where ingenuity just won’t cut it anymore. Not to
mention that humanity is highly vulnerable to some form of virulent disease. It
could spread across the globe before we even know it’s among us.
Unless . . . unless, we start unlimbering some serious cash to get ourselves
out into space in a big way—not only for the natural resources that are out
there, but also for the living spaces.
On Mar 23, 2014, at 10:49 AM, Chuck Norcutt <chucknorcutt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> I think I'll stick with my optimism since the Malthusians
> have consistently been proven wrong by human ingenuity... so far.
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