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Ah yes, good call.
'Nuclear bombs don't kill people, people kill people' says a 24th century
Chuck Heston riding into the new forbidden zone....
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> >Sounds a lot like every other Star Trek episode.
> >One Voyager episode springs to mind where the memory of a war atroicity
> >transmitted to passing ships and people on board have the atrocity
> >in their brains as though they committed it- so no-one ever forgets the
> >horror of it.
> >Putting up massive earthworks and the like, as on Star Trek, may just
> >future generations more curious to see what's been hidden.
> >How about a motion sensitive guided missle system, a la magrathea?
> >Certainly, it's an interesting dilemma, but at the end of the day we
> >stop future generations, any more than the ancient egyptians could by
> >putting curses on their tombs.
> Keeping with the theme of Ray's post about the archaeological find of
> tool usage, there's the possibilities from the *original* _Planet of the
> Apes_ movies, specifically _Beneath the Planet of the Apes_. With Yucca
> Mountain we may eventually see our own version of the Forbidden Zone. Now
> only there might eventually arrive mutants on the scene who worship the
> nuclear waste.
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