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Hi Robin Faichney -
>>in the hope that the artifacts would endure and convey
>> their embedded message when society was 'ready.'
>Very interesting. Thanks. Maybe I should be looking at a similar
Like pacifism , there are some things that the society will just never be
ready for. What Bucky did, in many ways, was accepted immediately.
But it's nice to think we're before our time. Unfortunately, that is
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