Sunday, November 28, 2004

Is the Moon Mundane?

Posted by Trent Walters at 7:09 AM
A number of international papers are reporting helium 3 as a potentially valuable source of energy for the Earth. Where is it available? On the moon.

Google listed seven links to newspapers reporting information based upon a paper presented at an Indian conference about their space program.

The Artemis project has more information on Helium 3 usage although, as yet, no efficient mechanism has been devised for harnessing the energy

Japan, Europe (with plans for a robotic village), India and China are going to the Moon. NASA annouced their intent. Space exploration seems an international phenomenon, infecting a particularly virile viral excitement that knows no racial boundaries.

UPDATE: Frank notes that such technologies are always 20+ years away. So, too, once was the helipad for every house.


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