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Re: starship-design: Re: FTL travel
> quoting (I bolded the original text for emphasis)
> Albert Einstein from the
> link <A
> Some people called me amazing. I was born in Germany in the year 1879. I went
> to the United States in the 1930s. I developed the important theories of
> relativity. The famous equation E=MC^2 led to the development of nuclear
> fission and eventually the atomic bomb. My reason for inventing the atomic
> bomb, was because the received evidence that Germany (my native country) was
> planning to build an atomic bomb. They were going to use it against the
> United States. The atomic bomb was made in the U.S. and in 1945 the United
> States used the atomic bomb. They used it in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. While I
> was attending college Marcel Grossman, a classmate, said, "This Einstein will
> one day be a very great man." Marcel Grossman was right.
> End partial quote ------
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