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http://movies.yahoo.com/mv/news/wwn/200 ... 20010.html

Some scientists say mankind's best hope would be to build a "space ark" and hightail it to the Andromeda Galaxy, 2.1 million light-years away.

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http://movies.yahoo.com/mv/news/wwn/20050912/112653720010.html

Some scientists say mankind's best hope would be to build a "space ark" and hightail it to the Andromeda Galaxy, 2.1 million light-years away.

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Fred Hoyle: The Black Cloud

"The Black Cloud dealt with one of Hoyle's favorite subjects - intelligent life in the universe. The story starts in the year 1964. At Mt. Palomar Knut Jensen finds that a giant cloud of interstellar gas is approaching the solar system. Professor Chris Kingsley from Cambridge calculates that the cloud will come between the Sun and Earth, which will lead to a global catastrophe. Hoyle follows the work of the scientist and reactions of politicians who first want to keep the cosmic threat a secret. Hoyle's attitude to civilians is ironic; only the scientist can coolly analyze the situation. The effects of the cloud are disastrous when it arrives in the solar system. But it turns out that the cloud is alive, and it starts to communicate with the scientist - it has opinions about music, the roles of men and women, evolution, and the origin of headaches. When the governments of the United States and the Soviet Union try to destroy it with missiles, it sends them back. The cloud leaves the solar system, encouraging humankind to create more geniuses. - The story also aroused the interest of Wolfgang Pauli, the Nobel Laureate in Physics in 1945, who told once to Hoyle that he had studied it together with Carl Jung, who wrote a critical essay on it. "I didn't have the temerity to explain that I thought I was only writing a story. But I had an intelligent life form in the story that didn't think in words, a form that had to learn words before it could communicate with man. Pauli knew all about Schrödinger's cat, about arguments over the origins of mathematics, while Jung knew about human emotions. So it was evidently the problem of what lies behind words that had been occupying them."

http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/hoyle.htm

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Heh joskus koulussa ope näytti jonku kalvon mikä oli täynny vuoslukui. Jokaisen piti olla maailmanloppu, mutta vielä tässä ollaan =D

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