Without detracting from the scientific and cultural value of the first National Space Day – which is celebrated today – it makes us smile at the idea that among the economic returns expected from the large private financing invested in the challenge with extraterrestrials, one of the most important is the possibility of importing oxygen. Not that this is a bad thing, but perhaps it is a good thing that the space oxygen pipeline is preceded by a truly rigorous global green program and even a little resentment.
This, for example, starts from stopping until deforestation and then proceeds to planting trees, forests and forests. Let’s hope science isn’t taken advantage of by today’s invaders…but that’s it! This is sure to happen! Hoping to make a mistake, as a sign of moral toughness, as soon as possible, I will plant a tree. Space for trees!
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