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Operation Immortality Answered

Operation Immortality is a project to collect and archive the very best of what humanity is and has accomplished. On October 12, 2008, Richard Garriott, famed video game designer and the first second generation American astronaut, will take digitized DNA and human accomplishments with him to store in outer space when he journeys to the International Space Station.

The archive will include information on humanity's greatest achievements, messages from people all over the world, and DNA samples from some of our brightest minds and most accomplished athletes. During the month of September, every human being is invited to come to the OperationImmortality.com website to submit their suggestions for our greatest achievements and leave a message for the cosmos. A lucky few may also be selected to add their DNA to the mix and join Richard Garriott as he rockets out of the atmosphere.

With the LHC ready to do its thing, I think this organization has surfaced at the right time, save the earth, before we might all die.
To def.

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Chicken2209

10 years ago

wait, now im confused is this a game or something

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bumpusChicken2209

Reply 10 years ago

Its to promote a game, but also determines who's DNA will be preserved incase the world ends...

cough* LHC * cough

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Chicken2209bumpus

Reply 10 years ago

so there like, I'm going to make a video game so to promote the 8 thousand dollar budget, lets launch the million dollar shuttle into space so people might think are game is good?

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=SMART=

10 years ago

hahaha cool ! is it free ?

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bumpus=SMART=

Reply 10 years ago

I think so.. I do believe after the 7 days of a trial, you need to pay...