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Big deal. They're going to spend the next 20 years trying to accomplish the same thing we did 40 years ago, going to back to the moon. Didnt we already figure out how to do that?
All just to go up and see a puddle of radioactive water and build a moon base, lulz. Really riveting stuff. Why are we still funding this waste of an organization?
So we can eventually put missles on there to target our enemies.
We'll never leave the earth. We're doomed to die here, cooking in our own offal under the poisoned lens of our atmosphere.
well building a station and just visiting are very different objectives.
I don't know about you, but Rush are fucking awesome.
Sounds like a promising start, but i'm not visiting until they find cold beer.
USA owns the moon. USA! USA! USA!
Welcome to last decade.
Designers and artists can be such an unambitious, unimaginative lot.
- Nah. Imagination is fine. Its just the lack of optimism.ETM
- "Really riveting stuff. Why are we still funding this waste of an organization? " is unambitious / unimaginative.detritus
- Actually, it's a borderline fuckwitted remark to make, but I'm trying to eke back on confrontations here.detritus
Yes, the moon. A fresh battleground for the world to squabble. Whether it for strategic value or for some mineral rights.
- really!? Thats you reaction to this huge scientific discovery....baseline_shift
- Really? You say huge. They seem to be finding a lot of traces of water out there.ETM
- Sorry for being a realist. But mankind will surely fight over the moon when it becomes useful/valuable.ETM
NASA Mission gone bad when astronauts started drinking moon water.....
You'll see, they will make a bad science fiction movie about it....I know.
why aren't they doing budget cuts. instead it's growing each year.
17.2 billion for 2009.
i heard this so called "water" was put there just to mimic a mac osx look and feel.
even the goddamn moon is aping macs.
even the goddamn moon.
They don't care about water they want the helium.
- you mean hydrogen?baseline_shift
- no heliumeieio
- sweet, sweet heliumBK
- still I guess researching water on the moon is still useful info and relevanteieio
- they need water to make the clones they're going to use to scrape mine the helium.detritus
NASA finds water in Atlantic Ocean.
you guys think we really went to the moon?
How's about we go to the depths of the earth? Learning about what's down there sounds just as interesting to me as what's up there.
how about we look each other in the face for once, lots of interesting stuff around ;]