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In related news, a Russian astrologer has sued NASA for $300 million claiming emotional and economic damages because the impact changed the orbit of the comet and therefore all her calculation now have to be redone.

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If that's true, link? And even if it isn't, ROFL!

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I don't think its $300m, but it is true Ken (the actual amount was the equivalent cost to NASA for the whole project if I remember rightly). The story reported on www.bbc.co.uk though this was some weeks ago....apparently she was upset that NASA's tampering will upset the delicate balance of the universe and make her job of astrologer that much harder.When the BBC contacted NASA for a comment, the NASA spokesman who apparently hadn't heard about the claim - couldn't offer a comment cos' he was too busy laughing:)Cheers,Paulhttp://www.strontiumdog.plus.com/conc_capt_ba.jpgConcorde Training Captainwww.BAVirtual.co.uk

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I don't know whether to laugh or cry....I think I'll laugh.

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read it on Dutch videotext, so no weblink from me.But I notice others also picked up on it.

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Under Soviet law anything that hurts the capitalist imperialist Amerikans is a solid legal base ;)And many of those laws are still in place to this day :-eekBut the whole affair shows one thing: Russians are learning how to be as fond of littigation cases as are the Americans themselves, and they invented the game.

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