Headed for the moon: Wikipedia and all human language

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ZDNet Innovation Weekly
May 25, 2018
Space project to bring Wikipedia and all human languages to the moon
If anything should happen to us humans (likelier and likelier), nice to know the joke Wiki entries will endure for billions of years

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