even after you launch a rocket from the moon, you're STILL almost as deep inside Earth's gravity well as you'd have been after launching from Earth.
This is either full blown wrong or an exceptionally egregious use of the word 'almost'. Don't have time to check which.
Can't you see how much our space tech has been repressed? How much more time does a superpower need to colonize the moon?
You need thicker tin foil mate. Some of the N-rays are getting through your shiny cap.
Or are you all paid shills for China?
Shit guys he's rumbled us.
Seriously guys, this isn't hard to understand.
That'd be "understand" as in, not quite the average toddler's level of understanding. Thanks for your valuable input.
Let's wheel you in to one of these meetings so you can stun everyone with your five words of sheer intellectual brilliance.
I judge by the deeds, not words.
The slave-driving 'land of the free' put paid to words meaning jack shit a long, long time ago.
And what is the economic case for this? And reading propaganda about space from Space Nutters is not very enlightening. We've been promised space-based manufacturing since the 1960s. And every time our technology got better and we simply don't need space.
Face it, it's over.
I haven't seen you for ages, "Space Nutter" dickhead. How's it goin. Still getting mad about human activity in space? lol.
Still bizarrely capitalizing 'space nutter' as if it's a thing?
Except that there demonstrably was. Please describe an economic case for a radiation-blasted vacuum with nothing in it.
Planet Earth is in it. You dopey cunt.
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