I suppose we can all say "Goodbye, Moon" now that NASA's going to run into it with their 78 million dollar spacecraft. They're doing it to look for water, apparently. I know we don't have a lot of fresh water here, but we have ways of getting it without wrecking something that could help us pay back the deficit we're growing. Or, maybe we could plant gardens off the sides of highways like Ladybird Johnson did before she died. The money could go towards parks, after-school programs, food banks, the possibilities are endless. Maybe it is all in the name of science... but there's a time and a place for everything.
Can't we do something with the ocean? There's so much there, and we haven't explored barely any of it. Researchers are finding that coral can be used for a bone substitute while the bones they are "growing" work when they are transplanted in the body. They got the idea for growing