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February 28th, 2004
Space Elevator: Next floor, Mars
Sometimes breakthrough science can happen during a simple coffee break, at least it can at the U.S. Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico where it's possible to eavesdrop on some big brains hatching a bold scheme that will transform the planet. They're calculating nothing less than the ultimate conquest of the universe. Their idea? They intend to build a fixed link into outer space.
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