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    Re: 'Large amounts' of water on Moon

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    Oh, ok. How much did this cost again?...
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    I want in on that action.
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    Re: 'Large amounts' of water on Moon

    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Seems like buying a land on the moon would be a wise investment at the present.

    That's quite a big step there towards moon colonization.
    You can buy a piece of the moon now. Lunar Real Estate - Buy Moon Property - Moon For Sale

    Anyone surprised by the news of water hasn't give much time to ponder the makeup of the objects that created all impact craters on the surface. A portion of them could well have been Comets. But them there are those who believe
    the moon was created form a portion of the earth being blown into space by an impact of another object then captured by the Earths gravitational pull. The possibilities are many and varied.

    If you listen to Coast to Coast Am and Richard C. Hoagland you'd know or maybe believe there is a crystal city just on the edge of a portion of the moon we can see with powerful telescopes.

    Always remember UFOs are very real and the only question like it is with the reality of crop circles is in their origins.
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    Re: 'Large amounts' of water on Moon

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    You can buy a piece of the moon now. Lunar Real Estate - Buy Moon Property - Moon For Sale

    Anyone surprised by the news of water hasn't give much time to ponder the makeup of the objects that created all impact craters on the surface. A portion of them could well have been Comets. But them there are those who believe
    the moon was created form a portion of the earth being blown into space by an impact of another object then captured by the Earths gravitational pull. The possibilities are many and varied.

    If you listen to Coast to Coast Am and Richard C. Hoagland you'd know or maybe believe there is a crystal city just on the edge of a portion of the moon we can see with powerful telescopes.

    Always remember UFOs are very real and the only question like it is with the reality of crop circles is their origins.


    *starts planning* - buy 5 acres, rent them to an evil overlord who wants to rule the world!!
    Total world domination! Muuuahahahaha!

    I mean moon domination
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    Re: 'Large amounts' of water on Moon

    Quote Originally Posted by jackalope View Post
    A successful bombing mission !!!!
    But what kind of blow back can we expect?


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    Re: 'Large amounts' of water on Moon

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphlin View Post
    But what kind of blow back can we expect?


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    Re: 'Large amounts' of water on Moon

    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Seems like buying a land on the moon would be a wise investment at the present.

    That's quite a big step there towards moon colonization.
    I found the entire endeavor wasteful considering India already confirmed there was water on the moon beforehand; NASA just wanted to claim the credit as usual.

    Full scale colonies will not be possible for a long time, and the first ones we see there will likely be military or scientific based, but with peaceful intentions (according to international treaty). I wouldn't be surprised though if secret operations begin there much sooner. At least we know we won't have to ship water there when the time comes.

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    Re: 'Large amounts' of water on Moon

    Quote Originally Posted by Orius View Post
    I found the entire endeavor wasteful considering India already confirmed there was water on the moon beforehand; NASA just wanted to claim the credit as usual.

    Full scale colonies will not be possible for a long time, and the first ones we see there will likely be military or scientific based, but with peaceful intentions (according to international treaty). I wouldn't be surprised though if secret operations begin there much sooner. At least we know we won't have to ship water there when the time comes.
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    Re: 'Large amounts' of water on Moon

    Quote Originally Posted by Aunt Spiker View Post
    First on the docket: conquer the middle east ... then settle the moon.
    heh no kidding.

    Actually I think humanity as a whole will have to deal with its collective problems and socially evolve beyond its current constraints before any meaningful space exploration can happen. We need everyone on board with their special skills, assets, and willpower in order to get to the stars. That's just not going to happen anytime soon.

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    Re: 'Large amounts' of water on Moon

    Quote Originally Posted by Orius View Post
    heh no kidding.

    Actually I think humanity as a whole will have to deal with its collective problems and socially evolve beyond its current constraints before any meaningful space exploration can happen. We need everyone on board with their special skills, assets, and willpower in order to get to the stars. That's just not going to happen anytime soon.
    So true!
    Our "need" for space exploration is waning. This year Nasa's budget was hacked and I feel it will continue to be so in the future as the economy suffers and more people consider multi-million dollar crash smash missions to be absolutely pointless.
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    Re: 'Large amounts' of water on Moon

    Quote Originally Posted by Aunt Spiker View Post
    So true!
    Our "need" for space exploration is waning. This year Nasa's budget was hacked and I feel it will continue to be so in the future as the economy suffers and more people consider multi-million dollar crash smash missions to be absolutely pointless.
    Try multi-billion dollar. I don't think they're useless. We should be exploring space as efficiently as possible, but given material priorities on earth it might not be as practical to do it right now. In times of prosperity we can invest more in research but in times of hardship we need to look to the basics. At least that's my philosophy.

    Our economy on earth has been about ignoring the fact that we don't have our own income to cover the basics, so we borrow from institutions; then we pretend we are prosperous, but the whole system is based on printed money. It's silly really. Space exploration will have more meaning once we secure our long-term peace and stability on earth.

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