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1000 Year Energy / Joe Biden needs to Discuss Mining Helium 3 Isotope on The Moon

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posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 06:41 AM
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Say what you say? Back in the day around 12 years ago on ATS many threads were written about the Helium 3 Isotope. So go read them.

Also, look how the Dems feel about Trump going back to the Moon:


2020 Democratic Party platform endorses Trump's NASA moon program


So big Joe needs to show that he along with the entire Democrat party is not owned by big oil. Oh that pesky Ukraine thing is hanging around but big Joe can score some points with the American people if he talks about Helium 3 Isotope and mining it from the Moon. We need to put the Green New deal back on the shelf. We can also morph away from fossil fuel without making people suffer. Here on earth we can extract CO2 free energy from Hydrogen as in H20 and on the Moon is this gift. I mean look at what the Russians have written on their official government web site. Read on:

Tass

Here's what the Russians have posted on their web site:


Lunar development objectives Extract the rare helium-3 isotope, which is almost totally absent on Earth. The Moon’s resources of this element could supply humanity with energy for thousands of years. Create a “reserve planet” and a repository of human culture. This could come in handy in the event of a global catastrophe on Earth. Build a training base for testing flights and rocket launches into deep space, including to Mars.


And this:


In addition, the Institute of Biomedical Problems under the Russian Academy of Sciences, together with NASA and experts from Russia, Germany, France, Italy, and other countries, is conducting the SIRIUS (Scientific International Research in Unique Terrestrial Station) isolation experiment. Over a period of five years, a crew of six will carry out a series of isolation experiments lasting four, eight, and twelve months. Humanity’s return to the Moon is now only a matter of time. Do-or-die battles for supremacy are a thing of the past. Ahead lie all kinds of discoveries. The future is waiting to be made.


So big Joe, say it ain't so and don't be a Pony Soldier for Nancy, Barack or Exxon Mobil. We need you to awaken the huddled masses.

PS: For those of you whom cant get the link to work because of Big Brother Google or USA INTEL. Cut and paste this link into TOR or DuckDuckGo

luna-2.tass.com.../#moon-race




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posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 06:48 AM
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a reply to: Waterglass

Normally, the most complex topic which Biden can handle is related to which day it is, or where he is at the moment ... So, I do not believe Helium-3 gets anything from him but through a teleprompter ...



posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 06:53 AM
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a reply to: deckdel

Seems to me that he wasted away in Margaritaville years ago. That's why he sniffs young kids. For their energy



posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 07:26 AM
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You might as well have a discussion of quantum physics with a monkey.

In fairness, I doubt more than a minute percentage of career pols have any in depth knowledge of the subject.



posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 07:30 AM
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To be fair, if the movie iron sky is any indication of reality, Biden and his supporters could move to a base on the dark side of the moon and their policies wouldn't change all that much.



posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 07:47 AM
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a reply to: Waterglass

You almost had a great thread.
But then you derailed it in your op. Tisk tisk my dude.
Oh and I decided to use google for the link and it works just fine.

Tin foil hat much?



posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 07:52 AM
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a reply to: Allaroundyou

Actually since 2014 the Feds have been tracking my moves on the web. Thats pre ATS membership.



Actually Tulsi 2020. I will drink to that!!!!!!!!!
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posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 07:54 AM
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a reply to: Mach2

Ah yes Grasshopper. Seems them thar Dems are "woke"


2020 Democratic Party platform endorses Trump's NASA moon program


Now big Joe smack em with the 1000's year energy of Helium 3 Isotope.



posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 08:04 AM
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Maybe its me being stupid - a distinct possibility - but could someone please explain to me where the big problem with this is if it is indeed feasible?



posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 09:18 AM
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originally posted by: Freeborn
Maybe its me being stupid - a distinct possibility - but could someone please explain to me where the big problem with this is if it is indeed feasible?


Let's not let things like feasibility get into this after all its only place an average of 230,000 miles away, we have no known lift capabilities the huge endeavor of sending all that would be needed to get on location. Not to mention mankind is at an early stage of just sending rovers to the moon. Nasa's Artemis plan was instituted to get astronauts back to moon by 2024 but that seems like an overly ambitious timeline it's ran into contractor issues and is supposedly being investigated by the department of justice



posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 09:36 AM
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There is a dangerous excessive amount of helium gas underneath the oceans to provide energy for this planet for an indefinite time.

The Helium levels are so high at the North Sea, experts are worried if it blows parts of Europe will be underwater...

There is plenty of energy on this planet, just have to know where to look.

DS


originally posted by: Waterglass
Say what you say? Back in the day around 12 years ago on ATS many threads were written about the Helium 3 Isotope. So go read them.

Also, look how the Dems feel about Trump going back to the Moon:


2020 Democratic Party platform endorses Trump's NASA moon program


So big Joe needs to show that he along with the entire Democrat party is not owned by big oil. Oh that pesky Ukraine thing is hanging around but big Joe can score some points with the American people if he talks about Helium 3 Isotope and mining it from the Moon. We need to put the Green New deal back on the shelf. We can also morph away from fossil fuel without making people suffer. Here on earth we can extract CO2 free energy from Hydrogen as in H20 and on the Moon is this gift. I mean look at what the Russians have written on their official government web site. Read on:

Tass

Here's what the Russians have posted on their web site:


Lunar development objectives Extract the rare helium-3 isotope, which is almost totally absent on Earth. The Moon’s resources of this element could supply humanity with energy for thousands of years. Create a “reserve planet” and a repository of human culture. This could come in handy in the event of a global catastrophe on Earth. Build a training base for testing flights and rocket launches into deep space, including to Mars.


And this:


In addition, the Institute of Biomedical Problems under the Russian Academy of Sciences, together with NASA and experts from Russia, Germany, France, Italy, and other countries, is conducting the SIRIUS (Scientific International Research in Unique Terrestrial Station) isolation experiment. Over a period of five years, a crew of six will carry out a series of isolation experiments lasting four, eight, and twelve months. Humanity’s return to the Moon is now only a matter of time. Do-or-die battles for supremacy are a thing of the past. Ahead lie all kinds of discoveries. The future is waiting to be made.


So big Joe, say it ain't so and don't be a Pony Soldier for Nancy, Barack or Exxon Mobil. We need you to awaken the huddled masses.

PS: For those of you whom cant get the link to work because of Big Brother Google or USA INTEL. Cut and paste this link into TOR or DuckDuckGo

luna-2.tass.com.../#moon-race






posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 09:37 AM
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a reply to: Waterglass

I am all for clean energy,but the costs involved in mining the moon,not to mention the dangers and resources spent to actually be able to bring the helium3 back to earth would (I think)make such an endevour one of the most expensive and complicated ways to provide energy we have ever seen.

If slobbering Joe wants to really go for clean cheap energy he should be looking at advancing the science behind thorium reactors and the production of metallic hydrogen-so far that is only made in nature deep in the cores of stars,but there has recently been a breakthough here on earth.
One gram of metallic hydrogen is 10 000 times more efficient than our highest quality rocket fuel so you can imagine how amazing it would be as an energy source-plus as it is just another state of hydrogen,it does not produce anything but water as a by product.

That said,if joe wins (which I just cannot see)-you just know he will be a friend to the mega corps who are responsible for most of the toxic pollution we see in our world,whatever he blathers about before the election.

Just my opinion.



posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 10:15 AM
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a reply to: Waterglass




However, in the Cold War climate of the day, it was no easy task to convince the world that the Soviet apparatus had actually reached the Moon. The problem had been debated long before Luna 2 was even launched. In 1957, physicist Yakov Zeldovich even suggested using an atomic bomb, the idea being that an explosion of such force on the lunar surface would be picked up by all the world’s major observatories. Thankfully, the plan was rejected.

Astrophysicist Iosef Shklovsky’s solution was to turn the probe into an “artificial comet.” Accordingly, it was proposed that at a distance of more than 100,000 km from Earth the rocket would release a cloud of sodium vapor able to be seen by the naked eye for some time. This technology was ultimately deployed in Luna 1 and Luna 2.

Soviet mission control decided to inform Professor Bernard Lovell, director of Jodrell Bank Observatory in the UK, of the successful launch. The observatory registered the lunar impact and passed the information to colleagues at NASA, who subsequently confirmed the Soviets’ cosmonautic triumph.


I never heard this story before.

Anyone here that was alive and saw this?

Pretty good evidence against the flat earth, rockets don't fly in space stuff.

Thanks for the link.



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posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 10:20 AM
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So, at present its a pretty stupid idea due to cost and technology and the logisitics of getting the stuff from the moon to earth.

I can understand that......but surely human history is all about overcoming seemingly insurmountable problems?

Politician's shouldn't be pledging the impossible - or the possible for that matter if they have no intention of delivering - but I seem to remember reading that JFK's promise to 'put man on the moon this decade' in 1962 was met with a mixture of concern over cost, practicality and merit.

I don't really know about the political motivations behind this and if I'm being honest I don't really know enough about how this could happen......but we need to get out there again.
Trying to help alleviate the world's energy problems seems as good a reason to start as any.




posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 10:22 AM
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Big oil is in big trouble.
If they don't start doing what tesla did in the automotive industry they'll be gone in 25 years.



posted on Sep, 19 2020 @ 11:47 AM
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There is nothing Joe could say that would make up for the years of embarrassing quotes he’s already said.



posted on Sep, 22 2020 @ 04:33 PM
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a reply to: DeathSlayer

Thanks at the end of the day man doesn't need to suffer or push Greta or The Green New Deal. We can extract Hydrogen from H2O to power the electric grid. ZERO CO2 emissions and we can extract Helium 3 Isotope. I mentioned 1000 years. I wet back and the article stated 1000's of years.



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