So it seems there's water on the moon...

Discussion in 'THREAD ARCHIVES' started by Xindaris, Nov 13, 2009.

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  1. ...or at least, that's what google's saying now. Haven't read any articles, but I wonder just how that's significant.
    I mean, there's water on mars, isn't there? It's just all frozen. And "water" doesn't mean all those other necessary things for life are present, such as "an atompshere".
  2. Depends on how many limbs you need in your day-to-day life.
  4. Red's gettin all the salt today xD
  5. When we drink the water we shall turn into moon monsters and from there the infection shall consume the world.'s as likely a possibility as anything else eh?
  6. Hmmm, I think I'm going to stand behind Jack's theory.
    Yezzz, intriguing indeed!

    Lulz MOOn MONSTERS!!! hellz yea
  7. True the fact that there is something close to or is water on the moon is kind of a uninteresting fact but it is a fact. Bringing that to our attention, that is what some of their jobs are at those research facilities. Personally I believe they did a good job and deserve some credit as I do not have the ability to be able to tell anyone such details backed with proof.

    Now maybe it isn't space monsters, aliens, or a squirrel with a gun, but what it is, is something we did not know before but can detect now. Let us rejoice in our technological advancement. It is after all, a step closer to laser beams.
  8. Wow.
    Pirgeth, you just pulled one of the best deadpan punchlines I've ever seen.
  9. seems hella ominous LOL
  10. Water on the moon. Micro-organisms on mars. I just pray I'm still alive when technology is far enough advanced to find fully developed "beings" on other planets.
  11. play red alert 2: Yuri's revenge.

    play the moon mission.

    do it now.

    all of you.
  12. I doubt an "atompshere" would be present on any planet with life.

    Water on the moon just means that there was a backup plan for us humans all along.
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