Here's a strange story - http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/200505/s1362134.htm :uhm:
Astrologers need to die. It's like getting a degree in philosophy. Mack
Who the hell is this astrologer to represent the natrual balance of the universe? And what the ... is up with sueing NASA? They hardly get any damn funds in the first place, thats just cruel and unusual to take what little resources they have away from them.
From what I can see this may be a necessary test by NASA to see if they could divert any comets or asteroids coming towards earth. I wonder if this "astrologer" would welcome the destruction of the earth to keep the natural balance of the universe ?, somehow I doubt it. Like Mwace says "They hardly get any damn funds in the first place", and being sued for such an enormous amount of money, might just put our planet in extreme danger.
this is just a case of greed
I'm spending a year dead for tax reasons.
15th December 2002
If the plans to distroy a comet prove to be safe, then i don't see the harm in furthering our knolage of them through that methood. Lawsuits are too common these days...
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Looks to me like something's already distupted the "natural balance" of her universe...:rolleyes: Mah - she doesn't hav a case anyway, what a pleb. Seriously, ultimately our planet's at stake here, who does she think she is...? Looks like she's just a filthy money-grabber to me... :cort:
Voice of joy and sunshine
26th May 2003
Bloody lawyers disrupt the natural order of the universe. Really though if there is a natural order to the universe then our presence and also our actions are a part of that natural order and as such the destruction of a chunk of a comet is also a part of that natural order.
17th June 2002
Interesting how transfering $300 million from NASA's bank to her bank apparently doesn't disrupt the natural balance of the universe, hmm?
Mr. MattInteresting how transfering $300 million from NASA's bank to her bank apparently doesn't disrupt the natural balance of the universe, hmm?