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Seven new planets to explore.

What if they don't take immigrants?

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RE:What if they don't take immigrants?

They don't have to "take them"

Just leave them at the "border/stratosphere".

That's how it works.

Remember when unwed mothers left their baby on someone else's doorstep?

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SF story: Earth's best and brightest find an inhabited

planet; go there. Find the entrance portal broadcasting a message. Best and brightest translate the message: "Please go around to the Service Entrance"

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