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  1. Whenever I see my Betas in KSP Steam, I can see that there are options to go back to 1.4 and before that, so I would like to try those out, because a lot of my favorite mods often work the best in 1.4 and whatnot, but it says I need the right codes to access those betas. Any help?
  2. So I was wondering, if you had a time machine and could go back in time or bring someone back from the past, what would be the current science topic or discovery you would enjoy explaining to a past scientist, and why? Maybe it's providing the confirmation that his/her theory was correct to a scientist that never lived to prove their conjectures, or maybe you would like to show someone how far off from the truth they were, etc. Special points if you re-enact the conversation with the old scientist.
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