Come on people, think!People pay bucks to HAVE FUN.
1. Playing on Luna2. Honeymooners3. People who like to climb mountains, crawl in caves, scuba dive, fly4. Lunar goods and services5. Defending humans from NEO's and other Solar System events6. Lunar treasure chest of resources and opportunities7. Farming and gardening8. Diving and swimming ... water lovers 9. Lovely art from Luna10. Mining on Luna .... happy owners11. High tech Lunar jobs12. Inventions related to space exploration13. Research results14. Industrial products15. Peaceful interaction and exciting experiments16. Comfortable Lunar retirement communities17. A diversity of large telescopes on Luna18. Lunar theme parks19. Robots on the Moon20. Lunar casinos21. Professional and amateur Lunar games and physical competitions22. Geology expeditions23. Lunar cats purring and jumping 24. Lunar beauty competitions, fashion shows, ballet, and modern dance25. Lunar novels, magazines, movies, TV programs, and Internet connections All in all, many kinds of work, homes, and pleasurable activities on the Moon should be quite doable. We now know the Moon has the resources needed for its sustainable development. When will the great rush to Luna begin?Cheers!
When any of the people on your list can afford $20 million tickets to LEO.
Burghardt sums up his five criteria in one sentence: "Play is repeated behavior that is incompletely functional in the context or at the age in which it is performed and is initiated voluntarily when the animal or person is in a relaxed or low-stress setting.
Actually i heard that LCROSS data sets were falsified. In the original readings they saw large traces of Wensleydale.
[...]The utopian outcome would be Garden Earth, Industrial Moon.[...]