[extropy-chat] Our Solar System Planets

Alfio Puglisi alfio.puglisi at gmail.com
Wed Aug 23 22:03:43 UTC 2006

On 8/23/06, Jeff Medina <analyticphilosophy at gmail.com> wrote:

> If context can't enable someone to differentiate between which of the
> two completely different referents someone intends when they say or
> write "pluton", one has rather different, and worse, issues upon which
> one should be focusing.

According to Wikipedia, there's also the pluton (french nuclear
missile), and eight french Navy ships (the french must really like the
name). So maybe you can launch a pluton from a pluton and hit a pluton
on a pluton? Is that a missile attack on a geologic formation or a
pre-emptive asteroid strike from Xenians (who have really powerful
rail guns) on the enemy ship's offensive system?


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