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Thursday, April 03, 2003
  An extract from "A Book of Real Science" by Mae Freeman, date of publication unknown...

"When you want to, you can turn your rocket around. You can go back to Earth again. It will feel good to breathe air that does not come from a tank. How nice it will be when gravity keeps everything where it belongs. And the sky will seem brighter to you than ever before."

Plausibly a forward thinking description of the joys of ending a period of space travel, but what else could it be referring to? Remove references to rockets, and send your answers on a postcard. 
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