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A New Take On An Old Subject

Jason Bellows muses on life without the moon. Asimov had a much longer essay on this topic, decades ago, in which he speculated not only about its impact on the development of life, but on the development of intelligence, science and civilization.


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Dale Amon wrote:

And of course this gives me the opportunity to give a plug for the NSS CD "To Touch The Stars" which include the "If we had no moon" track :-)

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