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May 2, 2013


Elatia Harris

How beautiful a post -- thank you!

Stephen Menn

Nice--and why are you in Iceland exactly?
"A theoretical reflection upon the conditions on the still-mythical dark side of the moon"--surely rather on the *far* side of the moon? Different sides of the moon are dark at different times, so the fact that a given bit of the moon's surface is currently dark doesn't stop it from being examined later; whereas it's always the same side of the moon that's "far," facing away from the earth, and so couldn't be examined until the beginning of space flight.


Nice article, Thanks

Caroline Sposto

Very interesting!

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