1. So according to Mr. Richards, the Moon is “the unexplored 8th continent”? That’s an odd turn of a phrase.

    I seem to recall Dr. Farrell writing about a certain intrepid explorer circa 1492 venturing forth into the unknown to explore another continent with some hidden “help”.

  2. All these “pie in the space” projects being floated around are charming and inspiring but should be the province of civilizations which have matured enough to have, for instance, a functioning financial system. Earth does not. There is a difference between dreaming and day-dreaming. The usual rejoinder is that the “challenge of space” reaps technological rewards, but the challenges of achieving a sustainable “civilization” on planet earth are impetus enough for technological innovation at this moment.

  3. There’s nothing on the Moon that’s not in over abundance on Earth. Scarcity of most resources is a fable protected and enforced by the barrel of the globalist’s guns. Except for that isotope of helium they talk about. But likely hydrogen can be made into that on Earth as well much more cheaply then mining it on the Moon. Creating it here on Earth could generate usable electricity as a by product as well.

    1. I have a bad feeling about tampering with the Moon too much. We lose it and Earth will become a new Venus. Some say the Moon is too large and our activities there will be too small to affect anything. I say there is still too much we don’t understand about gravity and the connection Earth retains with the Moon is already too fragile to mess with.

    2. Hi Roger, you’ve confused me.. I understand that Tritium decays into Helium 3 if we just leave it alone (nothing cheaper than that, but its still going to takes a few years), and I understood that Helium 3 is/was (GO TEAM ‘EM-DRIVE’) particularly interesting for its non radioactif properties. We want the Helium 3 for fusion reaction and cyrogenics. But making the Tritium is in itself a laborious and costly venture..

      Its the sheer time scale (looking at 20-40 years before the first H3 is coming out of the production lines) and cost (lets start with a nuclear powerplant and start adding overheads from there) that makes Mining it off the Moon, an interesting concept..

      Personally, I’d just send out teams to Jupiter and get tonnes of the stuff in a gas scoop, rather than dig tunnels through rock. Maybe we’ll find some local ape like creature on the moon that we can genetically modify a little bit, then we’ll use it to dig the darn holes..We just need to get past Solar Warden if its us, or Huge gigantic spheres and cigars which are roaming Jupiter and Saturn…


      1. Actually.. I forgot about the Russians.. http://www.lifecoachcode.com/2016/07/10/russian-scientists-produce-technology-transmute-element/

        This is probably why they dont need Helium 3 anymore.
        They will probably mine the titanium that’s infused in the pyroclastic glass all over the surface..

        Or…. The Moon isnt natural and is actually a long dead Spaceship (as seen by these huge spheres in the Solar System) and they want to set up mining to dig though the outer walls and see what happening inside and find out why the moon rings like a bell.. (makes you wonder about Tesla’s comment’s about making the Earth ring like a bell… http://blogs.agu.org/geospace/2015/04/07/new-study-explains-source-of-earths-mysterious-ringing/

      2. I was thinking of potential microwave and pressure fusion of hydrogen in a sponge metal microwave permeable super strong ceramic. On a large scale rods can be run through the pressurized reactor chambers of the ceramic and be used to heat boilers to run turbines once the fusion reaction began to release more energy than the electrical input to the microwave. Different metal sponges could be transmuted into the next lower periodic table element as well. Palladium would then become as cheap and plentiful as silver and silver could be gotten from cadmium. The helium 3 collected from a pressure release valve after the fusion reaction of hydrogen and the metal sponge occurs could then be used as a fusion fuel as well. That’s if all this or some similar setup works.

        1. In the first sentenance I meant to say microwave and pressure fusion of hydrogen gas loaded metal sponge inside a microwave permeable super strong ceramic. Not a super strong microwave permeable ceramic made out of a metal sponge.

  4. I just wish that space exploration hadn’t become a new playground for the filthy rich to play in. Isn’t looting torturing and murder on Earth enough for these degenerates.

    1. no, of course not.
      Marcos, look at how much these asteroids are worth in mineral wealth.. You take 9 zeros, then you add another 3 zeros (or one Soros)..
      I can see Rockefeller getting up out of his chair from here.. And its not the 9th, 18 year old’s heart, or litres of 3 year blood running through his body… its the idea of an extra 3 zeros. I stay nice, because Im on GDS, but I assure you, every single filthy rich degenerate scumbag on earth is wringing their hands and wrangling to get in on the deal. This is what will define the next empire building families.

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