Perhaps we could boldly go where no man has gone before, and make a mint
for British archaeology too!
I am sure loads of people would pay to have something personal put into a
time capsule on the moon but I bet they would be equally compelled if
instead one was buried under the centre of Rockhenge.
As we all know if aliens are going to land anywhere, at anytime, in the
future it is more than likely it will be at Rockhenge. Or at least it
wouldn't be too difficult to make willing donors think such!
On 21 Nov 2014 17:02, "John Clark" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Paul Adams wrote:
> >Moving away from the practicalities; I'm still reeling from the
> disappointment that we didn't have a Moonbase Alpha and a fleet of Eagles
> by 1999 ;-)<
> We also seem to have missed the Battle of Mekonta, 7 July 1996, when Dan
> Dare, the Therons and Atlantines and a fleet of space ships bringing
> cavalry forces from Earth (don't ask) captured the Treens' capital city on
> Well, this time it *is* Friday.
> John C