Admiral Netsooj wrote:I think a point was made by Fanu that the reason spaceships act like Boats and cars, is that we, as a non spacefaring race for the most part, do not really know how spaceships actually would work, so we "Go with what you know" as i often say.
_zenn wrote:I think it's time we colinised the moon, build a huge base and miningoperations and from there head on further out... less resistance taking off, thus more efficient... than the next stop must be terraforming Mars.
Sir Michael Le Fanu wrote:He better do so, I will be disappointed if nothing goes through.
Actually, how can we be sure that there are no other materials on the moon? A mine is usually beneath the surface. And so therefore we on earth have no idea what is under the surface. For all we know, there could be diamond and gold, and other useful metals and minerals. For all we know, under the moons surface could be undiscovered chemical elements...
Ninja_Bait wrote:it will probably cost more than it will output.
Sir Michael Le Fanu wrote:Ninja_Bait wrote:it will probably cost more than it will output.
As do most things in this world. Having said that though, fuel efficiency pretty much pays for itself...
So do spaceships and fighters use a fuel of some sort, or is there like a solar panel mounted on the back?
And is there a star in range to get power from all the time?
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