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1. Posted: Sat 14th Nov 2009 13:46 GMT
If you go to google, you'll see that they did one of those "doodles" they do to celebrate special occasions. Apparantly, it says there's water on the moon! Click on it, and it'll show you some articles with a google search. I find this a bit far-fetched, but I'm no expert. Opinions?
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2. Posted: Sat 14th Nov 2009 14:58 GMT
It's pretty much confirmed that the moon has pockets of water on it. Our science nerds at NASA aren't too likely to make a mistake on something like that.
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3. Posted: Sat 14th Nov 2009 19:27 GMT
I thought they found water on the moon before, but perhaps that was Mars.
Edited on Sat 14th November, 2009 @ 19:27 by Rensch
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4. Posted: Sat 14th Nov 2009 21:40 GMT
I was pretty surprised, I guess I just didn't hear about it before.
5. Posted: Sat 14th Nov 2009 22:46 GMT
Yup, there be plenty of water on the moon. Pretty damn unlikely that there's anything living in it, but it means that it might be possible to set up an actual colony up there sometime in the future for research - plants can provide the oxygen, which in turn are kept alive by the water.
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6. Posted: Sun 15th Nov 2009 07:13 GMT
I think they found about 25 gallons or something. I know the amount is 25. I just can't remember whether it's gallons, litres or kilolitres
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7. Posted: Tue 17th Nov 2009 13:47 GMT
Great news for a wannabe space monkey like me. All that ice means we don't have to take as much water and oxygen, as we can extract it from the surface. This will make any future missions to the moon much more viable as you don't need the rockets and fuel that you would, if you were carrying a few months supplies. This will make it cheaper, and more likely to happen sooner. Yay! It's fantastic news!
I just wish I hadn't been born for another 200 years, so I could see if we realise our potential, and start to push out further. Not that I would have anything to gauge it against, so I wouldn't appreciate it and probably take it for granted, wishing I'd been born 200 years in the past.
One word of caution... I hope we don't discover anything valuable on the moon, because the idiots that we are, we'll probably mine it. That would be very sad.
8. Posted: Tue 17th Nov 2009 19:39 GMT
Sorry dude http://www.technologyreview.com/Energy/19296/ it's already in the planning stages. And so humans become an even bigger drain on the universe..............
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9. Posted: Tue 17th Nov 2009 19:50 GMT
Well... if it's for fusion reactors then I guess it's ok. 0_o
Nevermind eh, plenty more planets in the solar system, plenty more stars in the galaxy, plenty more galaxies in the universe, plenty more universes in the multi-verse, plenty more multi-verses in the.... erm...
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Edited on Tue 17th November, 2009 @ 20:00 by Machu
10. Posted: Tue 17th Nov 2009 20:40 GMT
I think that's a plane in his sig. Back on topic, I'm worried for the future of humanity. If they bring this moon stuff to the Earth, bad stuff will happen. Trust me. Everything fit together perfectly before "intelligent" life came around.