The Japanese have been worried about power since what happened with their nuclear plant and the ever increasing power demands from robotic toilets, so here comes a new plan from the Japanese: Turn moon into giant disco ball run by robots to generate all the earth’s power.
I like it. As I’ve said before, I’m pretty disappointed in the reality of 2011 versus I would have thought it would be like when I was a kid. I mean, it’s been more than four decades since we landed on the moon, and we’re still just hanging around in earth’s orbit seeing how zero gravity affects plants. It’s pathetic. Now here’s a big futuristic idea — with robots! — to go back to moon — and not just for funsies but for a profitable venture. I don’t care how practical it is; we should get to it.
I do see one problem with it. One day people will say, “President Frank J., you can’t nuke the moon! You’ll knock out all the earth’s power!” And I’ll be like, “I don’t care! It must be done!” And I probably will take a huge dip in the polls when I do it, but some things are more important than polls.
Eh, I’ll do it in my second term.