Saturday, June 19, 2010
The British Petroleum Gulf Oil Spill, is it harder to live on the ocean floor than on the moon?
I don't know the answer to the question,"Is it harder to live on the ocean floor than on the surface of the moon",
but I am guessing that it is actually easier to live on the moon's surface.
I know many of us are tired of more governmental agencies, but if it is harder to live on the surface of the ocean floor than on the moon, why do we have a space agency called NASA, but no agency for the world's oceans, and just as importantly, for any research or mining that is done in the ocean and on the ocean floors?
If it is easier to live on the ocean's floor than on the moon, then perhaps we need to rethink what is the minimum maintenance requirement for oil exploration that goes through the ocean floor.
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