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Jim Grossmann wrote:
> I am not impressed with futurists.   I haven't been since I read a book
> called "Encounters with the Future" that predicted a Soviet invasion of
> Australia.

Quite amusing.

> Also, there should be a religious order whose sole purpose is to warn the
> unwary away from the site.   This religious order should have its monastic
> centers situated on every route to the site.  The work of this order could
> also include irradiating more livestock to create carcasses for the wall and
> moat of spikes.

And then when the religion falls into disfavor, "scientific" individuals
will laugh at their "religious superstitions" and the "dreaded curses",
and will walk right into it and investigate just what all the fuss was
about.

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