I was totally blown away by your figure 3 which illustrates how little of the universe is within reasonable communication distance. I have downloaded the small version that is available on this website, but I would like to have a copy at better resolution if that is possible, just for personal contemplation. In case you can send me a copy, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks - John P.
posted by Richard Philpott
July 1, 2011
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