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Thursday, April 29, 2004

I don't believe in astrology. I do believe that when there's a sizable human population beyond Earth, some will 1) believe in astrology and 2) want something more rigorous than newspaper astrology columns. And when they start having children, they'll want accurate horoscopes for those children.

Presumably, having Earth in one's horoscope would make some difference. Within the Solar System, constellations probably wouldn't change too much. Beyond the Solar System, major adjustments would be needed.

I'd like recommendations of sources. What I've found on the web has mostly been brief and inconclusive discussion. There was also a site which explained how the Egyptians learned astrology from the Martians, but it lacked specific details on the necessary conversions.

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