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Why our 'amazing' science fiction future fizzled


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  • Why our 'amazing' science fiction future fizzled

    This is an interesting story that was posted on CNN today:

    Why our 'amazing' science fiction future fizzled

    And speaking of science and science fiction, a milestone today at the ISS as the crew has expanded to 6 with an international crew, including two Americans, a Canadian, a Russian, a Japanese, and a Belgian. :clap: Another couple milestones will be in a couple of weeks when there will be 12 astronauts up there including the STS-127 crew, and also the first time two Canadians will be in space.

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    Re: Why our 'amazing' science fiction future fizzled

    I don't think that article explained really at all why it fizzled, only telling more on how it had. I was disappointed.


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