[LMB] Centrifugal gravity, was Re: Cordelia's College sport
baur at chello.at
Sat Jun 12 14:56:30 BST 2021
Am 12.06.2021 um 14:07 schrieb WILLIAM A WENRICH:
> If you are doing anything in the Earth-Moon system that requires a lot of mass, the Moon is a better source than Earth. I’ve seen stories where they used unprocessed rock for shielding.
but as fused bricks - or in metal boxes? both approaches have their
advantages and disadvantages, the bricks are simpler to make, but the
metal boxes can be welded into place
> Christian, husband, father, granddaddy, son, American. Here I stand. I can do no other. God help me.
> William A Wenrich
> From: Lois-Bujold <lois-bujold-bounces at lists.herald.co.uk> on behalf of Matthew George <matt.msg at gmail.com>
> Sent: Friday, June 11, 2021 10:56:06 PM
> To: Discussion of the works of Lois McMaster Bujold. <lois-bujold at lists.herald.co.uk>
> Subject: Re: [LMB] Centrifugal gravity, was Re: Cordelia's College sport
> It is highly unlikely there will ever be moon stations or settlements on
> Mars. Unless perhaps they're treated the way China treats Tibet - the
> people sent there die, and more replacements are sent after them. The high
> altitude seems to be worse for people whose ancestors weren't selected for
> it regardless of how much time is spent adjusting, and miscarriages are
> ubiquitous, but China isn't running out of people it's willing to spare.
> In any case, there aren't any resources on the Moon or Mars that would
> justify the difficulty and expense of manned stations. Maybe Helium-3
> mining on the Moon would justify robotic mining operations, but I doubt it.
> Lois-Bujold mailing list message sent to wawenri at msn.com
> Lois-Bujold at lists.herald.co.uk
More information about the Lois-Bujold