Traveling in the Midwest this past week, I was introduced to a local as being from New Hampshire. "Oh, New Hampshire," she gushed, "it's sooooo beautiful there. When I think of New Hampshire, I think...
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A space elevator consisting of an Earth-anchored tether that extends 62,000 miles (100,000 kilometers) into space could eventually provide routine, safe, inexpensive and quiet access to orbit, some researchers say. A new assessment of the concept has been pulled together titled "Space Elevators: An Assessment of the Technological Feasibility and the Way Forward."
It includes a well-known local businessman, a mysterious Yeti-like creature in the woods near his home, a pioneering former Andover selectwoman, a pair of presidential candidates and a symbolic penis. 0