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Old 23-07-2003, 07:52 AM   #1
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Default Back up your data on the moon!?

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I dont see the point. If a small astroid were to hit the earth, and wipe out all of your computers, 1. wouldnt you be dead too? 2. if we had no more computer, how would you access the info on the moon to begin with??

Also. It gets like 400 degrees in the sun on the moon. And there is no air, so fans wotn work. and liquid cooling would freeze on the dark side of the moon. How the???

haha. What do you guys think of this?
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Old 23-07-2003, 01:41 PM   #2
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No prob. Im planning to make myself a backup as an AI asap and move to the moon, kinda Greg Egan´s novels. (great stuff btw)
Ouch! shit, now i notice... ill be dead before that technology exists!

Seriously, I dont think they have the money to make that lunar datahaven (and if they had it, they woldnt recover they money in a hundred years...)
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lol this is so funny, wtf is this world coming to?!!?



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DAM! I've been looking for a place to backup my porno too!

...well, I guess I'll have to consider some earth-bound storage then...
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rage why dont you keep it under your bed like everyone else ?
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lol!!! good point, but i would send it to the moon anyway, then you could try watching porno on the moon with a telescope whay!! astromany and porno at the same time
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