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suntrack2
2005-Aug-12, 05:24 PM
if a mummy kept on the moon's surface, and since there are no bacterias on moon will that mummy will be as it was at the very first time. and it can be kept there openely on the moon's surface. without any sort of chemical protection on it. will it live there for long lasting period.

or do you think that, on moon the bacterias can develop without even a environment thereon.






i think moon is a sort of store room for earth.

cran
2005-Aug-17, 08:59 AM
An exposed mummy on the moon wouldn&#39;t last too long, suntrack2 <_<
Bacteria might not be a problem, but solar radiation certainly would be B)
And over time, small fast moving particles would &#39;sandblast&#39; it :ph34r:
And then, there&#39;s always the souvenir hunters...
... y&#39;know astronauts and space tourists :lol:

suntrack2
2005-Aug-21, 05:17 PM
:D aha cran&#33;

jkmccrann
2005-Nov-08, 12:11 PM
Yep, the Ancient Egyptians realised these potential issues and shut down their space program to build pyramids instead.

You can read about them here

Pyramids of Egypt! (http://www.ancientegypt.co.uk/pyramids/home.html)

Jens
2005-Nov-08, 03:01 PM
will it live there for long lasting period.


I realize English isn't your first language, so don't mean this to make fun of you, but using the word "live" for a mummy is kind of funny.

Maybe you should have said,

"will it die there for long lasting period."

suntrack2
2005-Nov-08, 03:57 PM
well Jens " will it remain thereon without any kind of bacterias, without any sort of damages"