The 'Verse' (the 'Turning'), the 'High Frontier' and Expansion, and Expansion of Quality, of Mind and Life

The 'Verse' (the 'Turning') "is" a magnificently infinite "High Frontier" Multiverse-Universe of frontier horizons beyond any observation except in the "mind's eye" of some few. Too bad that frontier must always be a form of war.... A form of supreme and constant effort, as well as sacrifices. When done(!), when locally finished(!), the minds of many have expanded . . . the lives of many have been lived to the ultimate of living.

"Never have so many owed so much to so few!" -- Winston Churchill. The realization could just as easily have been attributed to Hector St. John de Crevecoeur concerning the American Frontier 1772CE and 1782CE, or Frederick Jackson Turner concerning the same American Frontier, 1890CE, Or Alfred Thayer Mahan, 1893CE, on the influence of sea power (transferrable to space power) upon history, essay mentioning the protective value of far-flung colonies and bases to homelands. Or even to the movie, and Spencer Tracy's monologue at the end of that movie, 'How the West Was Won". On and on. Never will so many owe so much to so few.
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It's an Infinite Multiverse-Universe . . . simply a single coin of 'Verse' (a single coin a 'Turning'). "Many worlds" and "unity."


Off on a tangent regarding the entity of "unity": How do you unify a world? Make at least two worlds, one the outland frontier universe / world of exodus! Both, then, together make new frontier worlds. Synergy!


Again, borrowing from C. S. Lewis, with an alteration. Aim at Outland Frontier and you get inland Earth (the homeland) thrown in. Aim at inland Earth (the homeland) and get neither.

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