Can you believe this bull-crap? NASA supposedly sent men to the moon in the sixties and haven’t gone back since. Why not? The reason is that no human landed on the moon in the first place.
Now, NASA is informing the gullible citizens that they are going to seed the moon for a future habitat. If NASA did send men to the moon, you’d think they would send humans back to the moon FIRST to set up some kind of temporary habitat before they do any so-called seeding of the moon.
Because NASA’s approach is ass-backwards, it reveals and confirms to a thinking and logical person that these deceivers didn’t send any human to the moon at any time in the past. (intro mine)
RT NEWS Moon gardens: NASA to sow 1st seeds of future habitat
NASA is bravely venturing into new scientific territory with a plan to start growing plants on the moon no later than 2015. The experiment is designed to yield important knowledge about life’s long-term chances in space – including for us.
The initiative comes courtesy of the Lunar Plant Growth Habitat team – a small group of scientists, students, volunteers and contractors – who plan to install specially-designed containers about the size of a coffee can, in which the plants will be encased, complete with sensors, cameras and other devices that will be relaying information down to Earth.
This is to be the first life sciences project conducted on another world and is ambitious about exploring opportunities for future human life support, apart from the obvious benefits of learning more about growing life in extreme temperatures.
The dream is to be able to freely live on the moon for decades on end – instead of hours. Follow-up experiments are already in the making.
The idea, according to the space scientists, is “to develop a very simple sealed growth chamber that can support germination over a five-10 day period in a spacecraft on the moon,” with filter paper used to feed dissolved nutrients to the plant.
NASA wants to start off with basil, turnips and Arabidopsis.
The habitats will have to regulate their own water consumption, temperature and power supply.
The only question remaining is – how do we get the plants up there?
The agency’s best bet is to send the plants on a commercial spacecraft.
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