Originally posted by HiAliens
reply to post by Alaskan Man
Thanks dude, the cool thing is you can make vert farms really cheap...
ya man, it's called a forest.
a terrarium be easier to sustain than a hydroponic system.
Also making you're own atmopsheric water unit could be done for a couple of hundred dollars.
okay, ya, that could be useful.
but you can simply have a living atmospheric water unit, be called a plant.
they are green.
plants grow, and are self-sustaining, grow, and best of all, free.
make some seedballs,
the whole world can be a forest.
forest naturally collect and hold water.
shade increases surface water retention.
simple, eternal solution.
grow more life, to sustain more life.
these complex solutions, okay maybe in hostile environements, like the middle of the sahara or antarctica.
though really if we want a sustaining system of perpetual abundance, a forest be a great model.
perhaps in Antarctica,
we can have a robotic forest,
with self-reproducing robotic village outsides
and soft warmth loving humans living inside,
like lichen the abundant vegetation in Antarctica,
there be plenty of wind power there.
Sure, the Sahara or Mars might be easier to inhabit.
But there be a universal cooling trend says astrophysicists,
so the most advanced beings are also the coldest.
gets pretty interesting in those extremely cold environments, with super-conductors and bose-Einsteinian fluid mechanics.
long life expectancy host bodies.
[edit on 13-9-2009 by lowki]