Rules, regulations, laws, and such require someone to actually enforce them. My question is, who is tasked with enforcing these laws? Oh, that's
right, no one. Congratulations on creating another illegal law/regulation/rule because we already signed documents stating that the moon is free for
everyone on the planet.
So what happens when this law/regulation/rule is broken? Illegally enforced laws are common practice these days..
The most interesting part of this thread is the citation about how not all
of the restricted areas are historical in nature. Now that should
excite the moon CT's.
As far as protecting poop in space, it's not like they couldn't recreate that experiment
at a later date. This is a perfect example of a law
that seems so silly people don't ask questions. It's a clever way to hide your secret bases, all in all, as far as I'm concerned.
Oh hey, look at the avatar. It's the first commercial spaceport. What timing?
"And now out of the left window, you can almost make out a pile of crap left here by the first men to land on the moon. It's fascinating because
after years of research, scientists discovered that you can't smell feces without atmosphere."
"And out the right window is another biosphere/reservation that covers a rocky formation with a door. It's a secret moon base, and some idiots back
in 2011 decided they would make a law that they can't enforce to hide it from us. Likely, it would have taken decades to discover the base, but
because of the laws we actually thought to look there when we realized there isn't anything of significance occurring there naturally."
"Thanks for flying!"