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supermanOK, I just got home from Superman Returns and generic cialis online canada I think Lex Luthor was right.  I mean...Superman, sure he saves a lot of people, but usually small groups of individuals in straightforward ways.  What he doesn't do is use the combined knowledge of the 28 known galaxies stored in his crystalline supercomputer to serve the interests of very good site viagra generico Mankind.  

Let's just take one example: Superman is solar powered.  He gets all of his amazing strength and energy from our yellow sun, but you've never seen him go to http://www.deboerderijhuizen.nl/viagra-soft-tabs a laboratory and try to figure out how exactly that energy conversion takes place.  
 
Instead of taking the easy way out, I guess we'll have to just labor through the next 20 or 30 years of solar power breakthroughs before we can truly rely on it as an economically viable source of power.  

No thanks to Superman...

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written by a guest, July 17, 2006
I would point out that:

1) Lex Luthor is evil and self-serving

2) If humanity had access to that level of knowlege, would we have the cialis one a day wisdom to use it to www.lifesciencessummit.org save ourselves, or blow each other to smithereens?
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I would point out that::
written by a guest, July 17, 2006
Superman could pick and choose what technology to give us, while, in actuality (ok..not actual actuality) he let his supercomputer sit there waiting unguarded for Lex to find it and use the information for evil. Luthor is evil, but that doesn't mean he can't be right sometimes.
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Who said it\'s REALLY a supercomputer?
written by a guest, July 18, 2006
It could just be that the I bet this "Supercomputer" is nothing more than a souped-up Vic-20. Let's face it, the original Superman movie came out when everything ran on www.cathedral-elpaso.org Q-DOS.
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hi
written by a guest, August 17, 2006
hi!

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