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JR Bauer juli at uwm.edu
Wed Jan 15 18:22:29 EST 1997

The Bisosphere I've visited is in Oracle, AZ, near Tucson.  I belive
Columbia University, who took over after the fracas, is still using it
as a facility for controlled research.

gdwill at earthlink.net (Garry Williams) wrote:

>Hayden James <REHJames at worldnet.att.net> wrote:

>>Is it possible to create a Life Support System that would run with out
>>any contact with the outside?  Would the plants all the time replenish
>>the amount of oxygen in the air and regulate the water by themselves?
>>Thank You
>>Hayden A. James

>Why not check out info on the Biosphere II down in the South of
>Mexico? They have been researching this very sort of question. I
>haven't checked, but I'll bet if you do a net search on the subject
>with Alta Vista or Yahoo, etc, you'd probably come up with more info
>than you can handle.

>Garry Williams
> gdwill at earthlink.net or
> gdwill at william.salzo.cary.nc.us
> http://home.earthlink.net/~gdwill/ 

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