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N-ASS-A
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An excellent indictment of NASA’s manned spaceflight program, which y’all know I love. (Via Collision Detection, which also features a great post on babies learning with toys.)

August 14, 2005 / Uncategorized

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“In essence, each ‘pure science’ Shuttle science mission consists of several dozen automated experiments alongside an enormous, irrelevant, repeated experiment in keeping a group of primates alive and healthy outside the atmosphere.”

Nice.

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