Re: Joshua Tree location

From: Steven Rogers (
Date: Wed Feb 05 2003 - 19:42:41 EST

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    On Wednesday, February 5, 2003, at 05:33 PM, Dale Ireland wrote:
    > Yes hard to find. I bet pieces will be turning up in a hundred years. 
    > I hope not to open another can of worms here but I think that in few 
    > years or some other time to be determined that possession of debris 
    > should be decriminalized . . .
    I would think the smartest thing they could do would be to say "finders 
    keepers" with the proviso that you first turn your shuttle bit over to 
    the investigation. You get a receipt and get it back when the 
    investigation is done. When you get your bit back, it is authenticated 
    and ready to sell. That's more in line with the general wreckage 
    salvage laws, and I'll bet it would get every grain of the shuttle 
    But NASA isn't in the business of generating value, they're in the 
    business of making sure that nobody makes a profit.
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