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What do you think China's goal is by sending a probe to the far side of the moon? Is it purely scientific and they can brag they did something the Russians and Americans did not do? Is it for military purposes? Is it simply China flexing its muscle in front of the world? 2841_343754_578464.jpg
 
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they want rare earth metals. it's all about mining biz
 

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They want to build a military base on the moon and claim it for their emperor
 

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What do you think China's goal is by sending a probe to the far side of the moon? Is it purely scientific and they can brag they did something the Russians and Americans did not do? Is it for military purposes? Is it simply China flexing its muscle in front of the world? View attachment 118658
It is scientific, and it is also bragging rights as well as a display of might to the world that they aren’t going anywhere. In short, it is all that you suggested.
 
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Link?
I don't watch news, it's too depressing.
 
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Rare earth elements. They control like 90% of the world's production in so many elements, but at the rate technology is being used in more and more products (from connected light bulbs to electric car, and so much more), we'll run out of some of them quickly enough to warrant mining the moon...
 

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Rare earth elements. They control like 90% of the world's production in so many elements, but at the rate technology is being used in more and more products (from connected light bulbs to electric car, and so much more), we'll run out of some of them quickly enough to warrant mining the moon...
Rare Earth Elements are not Rare :) in fact as elements go are quite common.
Thing is its expensive to refine the salts to a usable Metal ( and its incredibly TOXIC to the Environment).
ps the Rare Earth Salts are often just a by-product of other mining processes
 
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It is against current international law to install weapons or military installations in space, that includes the moon. (I think, please correct me if I'm wrong).

As others have said; the moon is filled with resources potentially worth an enormous amount of money here on Earth. Moon mining is going to happen sooner or later, and I hope a colony next, and maybe they will offer decent well paid jobs on the moon. I would be up for that:)
 

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They make soooo much money selling us their electronics and cheap tat, they have to spend it on something.
 

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Mining the moon simply wouldn't be economically feasible. The cost of transport alone would far outweigh the value of whatever is brought back.
 
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Rare earth elements. They control like 90% of the world's production in so many elements, but at the rate technology is being used in more and more products (from connected light bulbs to electric car, and so much more), we'll run out of some of them quickly enough to warrant mining the moon...
If Afghanistan could ever get settled they have lots of rare earth metals.

https://www.nbcnews.com/science/science-news/rare-earth-afghanistan-sits-1-trillion-minerals-n196861
 
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Mining the moon simply wouldn't be economically feasible. The cost of transport alone would far outweigh the value of whatever is brought back.
They'll just string out their population there and pass it back hand to hand
 
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Surely mining the moon extensively will alter its mass and therefore its orbit? And when the means arise to do it, it WILL be mined extensively
 
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Surely mining the moon extensively will alter its mass and therefore its orbit? And when the means arise to do it, it WILL be mined extensively
I don't think we'll be able to strip-mine the moon enough to alter its orbit in any meaningful way for at least a couple hundred years, but that's an interesting point.
 
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It is against current international law to install weapons or military installations in space, that includes the moon. (I think, please correct me if I'm wrong).

As others have said; the moon is filled with resources potentially worth an enormous amount of money here on Earth. Moon mining is going to happen sooner or later, and I hope a colony next, and maybe they will offer decent well paid jobs on the moon. I would be up for that:)
It's also internationally illegal to use gas to kill people, but the Russians did it in the UK last year, and they didn't even get a slap on the wrist. ;)

Cold War 2.0, you can push the limits as far as you want, because no one will actually ever risk war at this stage. lol

https://edition.cnn.com/videos/world/2018/09/05/uk-skripal-novichok-poisoning-charges-vpx.cnn

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What do you think China's goal is by sending a probe to the far side of the moon? Is it purely scientific and they can brag they did something the Russians and Americans did not do? Is it for military purposes? Is it simply China flexing its muscle in front of the world?
They gonna make GFX cards there to escape the tariifs :)
 
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Mining the moon simply wouldn't be economically feasible. The cost of transport alone would far outweigh the value of whatever is brought back.
Maybe they are secretly installing booster rockets on the far side to bring the moon closer to Earth ;)
 
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It's also internationally illegal to use gas to kill people, but the Russians did it in the UK last year, and they didn't even get a slap on the wrist. ;)

Cold War 2.0, you can push the limits as far as you want, because no one will actually ever risk war at this stage. lol

https://edition.cnn.com/videos/world/2018/09/05/uk-skripal-novichok-poisoning-charges-vpx.cnn

if you wanta source
except this story keeps changing as and there is nothing solid. And especially since Porton Down is not far away and it wouldn't be first time it had a "leak". Plus, if the Russian's wanted him dead, they would've just killed him when he was in jail in Moscow rather than later. He was released not too long ago and then cleared to leave the country. So if he was a threat, that wouldn't have been the case.

So yeah....

What do you think China's goal is by sending a probe to the far side of the moon? Is it purely scientific and they can brag they did something the Russians and Americans did not do? Is it for military purposes? Is it simply China flexing its muscle in front of the world? View attachment 118658
A lot of it has to do with Bravado. Very little to do with anything else. Its cool for some science experiment but as someone else said, they have to spend their fortune on something. And its a huge Ego win for them.
 
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except this story keeps changing as and there is nothing solid. And especially since Porton Down is not far away and it wouldn't be first time it had a "leak". Plus, if the Russian's wanted him dead, they would've just killed him when he was in jail in Moscow rather than later. He was released not too long ago and then cleared to leave the country. So if he was a threat, that wouldn't have been the case.

So yeah....



A lot of it has to do with Bravado. Very little to do with anything else. Its cool for some science experiment but as someone else said, they have to spend their fortune on something. And its a huge Ego win for them.
you are right the novichok gas just came out of nowhere!!! amazing!!!
 
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you are right the novichok gas just came out of nowhere!!! amazing!!!
So in that narrative, it is that Russia did it, because it wouldn't have applied itself? But when they had the chance to kill him in a Russian prison not long ago, they didn't so they decide to do it in England? And send him on his marry way to England?

OK.

Or, maybe because anti Russian hysteria is blowing up out in the west thus someone gets poisoned (a deadly nerve agent which didn't kill him or his daughter but killed a meth addict) is a great way to blame it on Russia for more sanctions? Sounds just as plausible.

I am curious, were is the Skripals anyway? Seems UK is holding them without even giving them a word out. The Niece wanted to go see them but UK wouldn't let her.

but I will let you live in your bliss. As this is about China, not Russia like you brought up. And China sending a rover to the moon at that.
 
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But when they had the chance to kill him in a Russian prison not long ago, they didn't so they decide to do it in England?
Yep. That's called "avoiding blame." No cold war era country would be dumb enough to do it in their own prisons.

Don't be so niave.
 
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