Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory"

Lemonhead (
Sat, 20 May 1995 12:13:42 -0500

On 20 May 1995, Ken Smith wrote:

> In article <3pgj20$>,
> Charles Marc Wagner <> wrote:
> >Landing on the moon was the greatest acheivement of the Human Race, yet today
> >it is dismissed out of hand. Many, if not most, of the tools found in a
> >typical kitchen were "spin offs" of the pure reseach developed and applied for
> Are you claiming that knives, forks and can openers where invented for
> the moon shot? Your claim is a bit extreme I think. There is only one
> item in my whole kitchen that uses any technology that was not around
> before WW2. The microwave oven uses a technology invented in WW2.
What about all the differnt kinds of plastics and stuff? I
always thought they were derived from NASA stuff-- space age polymers and

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