Let’s talk science 🤔
So let’s say, hypothetically, we have to move to another planet/satellite/piece of rock since we killed off Earth.
So we have to colonise the moon for now. Obviously we need some semblance of an atmosphere, oxygen, a bearable temperature, and good ol’ H2O to be able to grow anything.
How are we gonna do all that?
I have quite basic physics and chemistry knowledge, but I would personally just grow lots of plants on the moon so they release oxygen and carbon dioxide. Overtime the gases would hopefully create an atmosphere, which would also regulate the temperature. With a nice temperature, we could then get the water in from Earth to create a rudimentary water cycle…. I wonder if it’ll ever rain? 😶
I mean… it’s a bit weird because throughout the millions of years Earth has existed, the exact same amount of elements that have been in the beginning are still here. So it’s not like we can create those elements of Oxygen, Hydrogen or Carbon… we would need to steal them from (the dying) Earth… or from somewhere else? 👀 This reminds me of the theory that water came to Earth from elements that were transported on all the asteroids that were hitting the planet eons ago.
Hmmm 🤔🤔🤔 I’m confusing myself now…
Well, how would you guys make the moon habitable?
Alright, I'm starting to become really annoyed by the quite obvious devolution we're facing as a human species, and literally pissing on centuries of research and facts backed by scientific evidence.