I'm a bit overwhelmed with assignments and will be going idle for a week or two during a coming round of tests. You can drop me a message on my User Talk page if you have any problems. I'll check it weekly. - Jarogers2001 06:39, 6 February 2009 (UTC)
The Moon Society
Father of one.
Gardener, chef, tinkerer, HAM Radio operator, amateur geologist (rock collector), Nerd and general handyman.
Currently enrolled in a University Transfer Program for Mathematics and Engineering.
Prospective degree: Bachelor. Aerospace Engineering/Astronautix.
If it is done every day down here, it can probably be done up there (with modifications)
Human Waste Reclamation as a basis for Agriculture and Manufacturing.
- Urine, feces, flakes of skin, toenails, hair, and other bodily fluids can provide a wealth of bio-materials with a minimum of processing. Reclamation of water is also necessary. Sounds disgusting, but we did it for thousands of years already.
- Passive sterilization by exposure to outside radiation.
Lunar Geology and Resources.
- KREEP, outgassing, and regolith, if harvested and processed, may cut down on the supplies required from earth.
Chemistry as a means of ISRU and Manufacturing.
- Chemistry will allow us to reduce lunar minerals into raw materials and finished products.
Biochemistry as a means of ISRU and Manufacturing.
- Biochemistry will allow us to process and utilize our own biological waste as well as make use of other organisms.
The knowledge, it fills me. It is NEAT....
- Earning a degree in Rocket Science!
- Cataloging local insect pollinators which do not depend on magnetic fields for navigation
- Taming the spam in the Moon Society email system
- Sintered Regolith article
- A brochure to accompany an upcoming portable Solar Power Satellite demonstrator that will be operated by the Moon Society.
- the Lunar Base discussion group on MySpace.com
- testing subpage: /edits
- Adapting Geologic Processes on the Moon to Lunarpedia.
- Constructing a vertical shaft wind turbine w/ 12 volt DC generator from scrap junk.
- Comprehensive supplementary study of Ansi C.
email/AIM - jarogers2001 (the_at-symbol) aim (period) com