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    If you were in charge of a developing nation (say I don't know India) where millions live in absolute poverty, would you run a national space program?


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    Nope, nor would I develop nuclear weapons.
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    Smoke dope so nope
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    Frankly, I would party like it's 1999.
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    India is in the middle of a mini industrial revolution. When Britain had their revolution, economic interests came first. Afterwards,the poor were looked after
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    (Original post by de_monies)
    India is in the middle of a mini industrial revolution. When Britain had their revolution, economic interests came first. Afterwards,the poor were looked after
    A space program is more economically important than providing education to all children??
 
 
 
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