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Posted by: seriesparallel - Tue Nov 09, 2004 9:37 pm
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Post watcha think ?   Posted on: Tue Nov 09, 2004 9:37 pm
how bout an easy way to get the general public involved,,,
just ship the parts to a low earth orbit and utilize the public inna game,,, organize it as a mission,,, and as they assemble the parts into a whole vehicle move it to low moon orbit and start the process again,,, after landing the pieces,, do it again to assemble the finished project,,,
lets take the aspect of time lag,,,
utilize the time lag to see if the "player can accomplish the "mission" ,, if the actions fit the proper parameters of the actual project,, transmit the signal and the "player " gets to proceed to the next step,,
no actual physical contact is made,,, just remote mechanical manipulation,,saving alot of expense,,
as far as that goes,,, charge'm a dollar just to play and offer a reward on verification of accomplishment ,,,
ya gotta almost unlimited resource of people out there,,, Y not use'm :wink:

i'm ready 4 all the nay-sayers,, its just an idea,,, after all

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Post    Posted on: Wed Nov 10, 2004 11:06 am
So many threads, so little sense.


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