Thursday, November 12, 2009

Ice on the moon?!

I just love how the eggheads over at NASA get excited about their big scientific experiments.

They have good reason to be excited this week.

It seems they decided to intentionally crash a rocket into a cold spot near the moon's south pole.

Yeah, they MEANT to do that. That's it. That's the story.

Anyway, the collision produced a mile-high cloud of dust.

But, more importantly, included in that dust was an estimated 25 gallons of ice!

Why is that important, ye socks might ask?

Well, ice means water. And, water means life, or at least the ability to sustain it.

Maybe, this latest discovery will discourage The ObamaNation from cutting NASA's manned space flight budget ($3 billion) in the vain attempt to pay for their schemes to hi-jack health care in this country ($1.2 trillion and growing).

Then again, the issue of life has not been their strong suit in the past, has it?

Hmmmm . . . ponder . . . ponder . . .

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