Lunatic Scientists Draw Conversation to Moon Water

Oxidane is water for pedants.


It’s been assumed for quite a long time that there is water on the Moon. Recently, some observations show that this is literally true.

The Moon lums against the darkness. | “full moon” by darrenprice187 is licensed under CC BY 2.0

An important part of future lunar exploration is using the resources that are there. Water is heave and we don’t want to have to carry it all the way up there.

The most recent manned Moon mission was in 1972 and they had to take their own water which was no small part of the challenge of going there.

Even though there may be water in the sunbathed areas of the Moon, radiation from the sun is still a huge concern.

It would be kinda funny if Trump wanted to make a Space Navy because of this news.

None of this really changes any of the plans to get people back on the Moon by 2024.

By Michael Carver
October 27, 2020 12:41 PM


Trump Uses Both Hands

Human appendages are sometimes used to lift things.


In a move reminiscent of Mark Zuckerberg, while interviewed, the President of the United States of America used more than one hand to take a sip of water.

The ensuing discussion has some people worried that he may be showing signs of neurological disease such as Parkinson’s.

Some tremors have kept people talking about them and the neurological implications of them for upwards of 800 years.

Whether or not you notice it, tremors can be a sign of neurodegenerative disease and even an indication of increased mortality. But some studies do not find this association, rather that it’s just an old person thing.

The movement of this tiny glass coincides with the homeowner water bill relief package allocations from the CARES Act.

Primary Writing Tremor generally has a frequency of 5 to 7 hertz.