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Global Explorer II

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The kids of the Global Explorer and schools throughout the world show that they can make a difference. Armed with science leavened with a touch of magic*, they help bring the Enlightenment to the most closed societies of Earth.
[*It’s magic only until you understand it.]

Except where indicated, this narrative is taken from the log of the Global Explorer or the journal of Alexander Anconia, and is told from Alexander’s perspective. These events take place in a reality different from the one in which you are reading of them. While there may be analogues among the realities, there is intended to be no similarity with any person or institution in your reality. As in all realities, “boy” means a young male of the age of consent. The background for this mission is in the story, “Global Explorer (I) on this site.” You may contact the author at boh.translators@gmail.com.

Copyright © 2015 David McLeod; All Rights Reserved.

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A great story as always. I love the mixture of "real world" problems, mixed with "fantasy", (or is it fantasy?). Please keep up the good work. Maybe the real world governments can do something about all the carriers and other ships just sitting and rusting. Just look for the Kitty Hawk. Hint, it's on the opposite end of the country from it's name sake. Thinking of that alone, I guess the rest of the world has a right to call us wasteful. :,(

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On 07/31/2015 11:11 PM, ltdreamer said:

A great story as always. I love the mixture of "real world" problems, mixed with "fantasy", (or is it fantasy?). Please keep up the good work. Maybe the real world governments can do something about all the carriers and other ships just sitting and rusting. Just look for the Kitty Hawk. Hint, it's on the opposite end of the country from it's name sake. Thinking of that alone, I guess the rest of the world has a right to call us wasteful. :,(

Incredibly wasteful...my apartment complex has a 1,200 cubic foot trash compactor that is emptied at least twice a week. A similar apartment in Germany would have a couple of recycle bins and a 1,000 cubic foot (what's that in meters?) trash bin. There are auto junkyards near here that drip chemicals that find their way into our drinking water. And we're in a "wealthy" county. Oh, yes. Waste. But, as someone once said, it's a political decision and too many people in the USA seem to find their big-screen TVs, beer, nachos, and pro sports more important than...just about anything. There are many who are passionate about the environment, but their voices are stifled by the right-wing press. IMHO.

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