Thursday, December 5, 2013

Moonless Sky

Is the Moon necessary for life on Earth? There are those that say yes and there are those that argue no. It's an interesting problem.

But that's not why I'm bringing it up.

I'm supposing an Earth without a Moon...

What if we didn't have that large shiny object in our night sky that seems just within our reach? If it wasn't there, a place we can strive for, would we even have a space program?

1 comment:

  1. I think we would. The moon is the easiest one, but there are a lot of other things out there. Most of our focus is elsewhere these days, but people still talk about going to Mars. Plus it's just cool to be in space.


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