valerie wrote: Yep, I own a plot or an acre that I got for free about 20 years ago.
More recently I have received at least two emails of free moon land.
I don't remember anything about my moon land. I think I had some kind
of number to identify my acreage/plot.
Strange I never get e-mails about that - Be careful for imposters and scams - I can imagine that someone out there is making good money from this scheme. So seriously, 1 acre of land, that's not bad at all, that's enough room to build a mansion surrounded by large space, you could have swimming pools, tennis courts, parking space, etc, nice
and for free too....... Imagine, that $20 plot, it could be worth $1 million in a hundred years
One never knows. One day, people may be living on the moon and wishing
they had bought land there when it was just $20 bucks:
I dunno - moon is not a planet, and it has nothing that would even allow life on it, due to the lack of gravity, it would not take long before you lose all of your muscle mass, humans would become weak and eventually devolve ...... What about its closest neighbhour, Masrs, home of the chocolate factory
Apparently you can buy land on other planets too, and people wasting money to buy land on other planets should instead donate their money to a good cause down on earth ! Because by the time humans will be able to live on other planets, IF AT ALL, those who purchased land will be long gone, dead and their corpse (including ones) eaten by worms, termites and other critters......and people thinking they are doing this for the future generations, well, why not help the current generation that is in dire need of help - As to the moon it's unlikely anybody will live there anytime soon, maybe only the FILTHY rich (those with BILLIONS of $) they might build empires, government facilities, who knows, but intergalactic travel is not something that will be available to the average human being, unless you are a billionaire and part of a rich empire.
As far as travel in space, I do believe this will happen eventually, the same way aeroplanes were once believed to be fiction. In space tourism will be a thing, LIMITED at first, and from what I heard a ticket for such event would be in the $250,000, for some sort of mini rocket or capsule to get into space, above earth and back. I think it's through Virgin Space, or who knows.
Imagine telemarketers calling you up to solicit land space on the moon
Microsoft Tech Support scammers, take note, there is a new opportunity waiting for you - all that is needed to scam about 50,000 people for a quick million dollars
Well, Frank Sinatra can't fly you to the moon but you can pretend:
So here is the catch then, the fine print, land is cheap, but transportation is on you - I guess each individual who wants to go there will have to pay for the cost of travel, probably through Virgin Galactic or whatever it's called, or Trump Galactic.