scanman61: Only of we name it Mike.
albuquerquehalsey: How about you build an antenna on the moon that will beam the data back to Earth so that supercomputers here can decode it? That way we don't need to spend a trillion dorrers every two years in transport costs when they inevitably need to be upgraded.
malle-herbert: Will it be able to talk all four legs of an arcturan megadonkey and STILL convince it to go for a walk afterwards ?
Honest Bender: FTFA: "Nuclear-powered [...]Why? There's so much lovely solar radiation up there...
kronicfeld: Brilliant idea, HOLMES.
flaminio: What we really need is a big radio telescope on the far side of the Moon. You could build it in a crater. We could listen to the Universe without all that noisy Earth chatter getting in the way.
wildcardjack: Honest Bender: FTFA: "Nuclear-powered [...]Why? There's so much lovely solar radiation up there...For 14 days straight. Then nothing for 14 days. Although you could build some freakin' huge batteries.I'd like to see the moon reserved for conversion into a nanonite-sculpted space station.
GameSprocket: Why nuclear? The same face of the moon always faces the Sun
InsaneChemE: scanman61: Only of we name it Mike.Came for this reference. Leaving satisfied.
Ambitwistor: GameSprocket: Why nuclear? The same face of the moon always faces the SunThat turns out not to be the case.(The same side of the Moon always faces the Earth.)
GameSprocket: The same face of the moon always faces the Sun
Kittypie070: My dear Expolaris, that image is a vile and perverted blasphemy.Behold the One True Way:[behance.vo.llnwd.net image 600x530]/hotlinked
Expolaris: /But seriously i think Newt is awful
GameSprocket: The same face of the moon always faces the Sun and I don't think you would have a problem finding space for a solar array.
MrEricSir: I hate to think of the cost of the upgrades.
Millennium: Using the dark side is a bad idea.
Millennium: Even the so-called "dark side" gets sunlight for half the year month
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