Code doesn't age, like wine or people. Code always does what it always did.
I'm in a "weird" part of the country without much in the way of migrant workers and Americans do all "the jobs Americans won't do".
A friend of mine has a teenage son who's worked at a nearby orchard for a couple years, after school and summers. I know, he can't exist according to labor economists who don't get that bottom-wage jobs are for kids with no experience. He's off to college next year, and I doubt a robot will be taking his job.
Again, would you like a militarily aggressive force controlling the moon? That seems like a pretty valid concern for real, not just "a way to get Trump interested".
Hasn't the most militarily aggressive country done most of the Moon exploration to date?
When it was the Russians. Worth a try.
"Know your audience." A pitch on the merits isn't going to convince more than a handful of them.
No, they are going to cut taxes and not cut spending and the US citizenry will not have their currency debased by monetary inflation. Truth-o-Meter: Very Truthy!
Prototype designs always work. -- Don Vonada