Two Buckets Of Water For $79 Million
The press release from NASA earlier today shows the agency as tickled pink to confirm the existence of water. The truth of the matter though is that India had discovered this many moons ago.
The public is not fully aware though that NASA has in fact bent what is known as the “the Agreement Governing the Activities of States on the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies,” or commonly known as “Moon Treaty.” The Moon Treaty was never ratified in 1979 when it first came into existence, so NASA bent the rules, crossed their fingers for the best and shot the moon. The long term unknown issue that could pop up (much like a new drug on the market) stem from the fact that the moon is the earth’s celestial satellite. The moon keeps the tides going, plus theoretically speaking, a human being. Remember the human body is composed of 70% water. The moon could/does/possibly (theoretically speaking), have a push and pull, on individuals.
The $79 million dollar project from NASA should have produce more than two mere buckets of water. Which leads an individual to wonder exactly what “discoveries in other areas are expected as studies progress” mean? What studies? How to study? Are we going back to the moon now to see the big hole? Will the moon station be in that location? What will make up (the building) of the moon station? Will NASA shoot the moon again for more buckets of water?