He's a pioneer, he's an explorer, he's a human, and he's coming. He's animated, he's alive, his heart's big; it's got hot blood goin' through it fast. He likes to fight too. He likes to EAT! He likes to have children! He's here! He's got a life force: This is a human, this is what we look like; this is what we act like, this is what everyone was like before us, this is what he is, he's a throwback. He's here! He's got the fire of human liberty! He's settin' fires everywhere, and humans are turning on everywhere!
I haven't been commenting a lot but I'm loving this TL, and big kudos to all four of you for keeping this interesting and fun!Corporate interests spent millions promoting anti-nationalization ads, featuring astronaut George W. Bush. While the commercials puzzled viewers due to Bush speaking to an empty chair about how "the human being and fish can coexist peacefully,"
Honestly I'm surprised that NASA was able to claim the title of first 'permanently occupied' space station, since the Soviets already had a moon rocket capable of launching a space station into orbit since 1970...One piece of good news was the 1978 launch of Olympus, the first permanently-occupied space station.
Well the Nike rocket seems to be quite big and advanced rocket.In 1985, NASA was finally prepared to make good on that promise and launch their masterpiece, the fourth spacecraft in the Nike Project. Nike-4, a three-man mission meant to break ground on the first American moon base. While apprehension ran high due to the Nike-3 explosion, Nike-4’s launch was nothing short of a total success.
There had been some discussion about having the follow-up to All Along the Watchtower be a utopia, so when this started up it was initially assumed that that’s what it was supposed to beThe authors have only said that this TL isn't as grim as All Along The Watchtower. I don't know where you got the idea that it's supposed to be a utopia.