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(C|Net)   New satellite launched to hunt for harmful asteroids, space junk, anything beaming back NBC programming   (news.cnet.com) divider line 4
    More: Spiffy, asteroids, small telescope, Near-Earth Object Surveillance Satellite, NBC, near earth objects, C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America, space rocks, orbits  
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2013-02-27 05:53:51 AM  
It's not armed, right?  If it was, I'd think some organization like Cobra/Hydra would try and hijack it and hold the Earth for ransom.
 
2013-02-27 09:23:29 AM  

Alphax: It's not armed, right?  If it was, I'd think some organization like Cobra/Hydra would try and hijack it and hold the Earth for ransom.


God is already holding earth for the ransom of a functional space program.
He really wants those starships.
 
2013-02-27 10:01:42 AM  

way south: Alphax: It's not armed, right?  If it was, I'd think some organization like Cobra/Hydra would try and hijack it and hold the Earth for ransom.

God is already holding earth for the ransom of a functional space program.
He really wants those starships.


What would God need with a spaceship?

/i think I mangled that quote
 
2013-02-27 12:17:13 PM  

Alphax: It's not armed, right?  If it was, I'd think some organization like Cobra/Hydra would try and hijack it and hold the Earth for ransom.


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