It’s been a lovely day in the tropics, then this happened:
“Blood Concrete Could Be Used to Build Dwellings in Mars.” (Rotem Rusak)
“You may not be able to get blood from a stone. But now, getting stone from blood is a real possibility… At least on Mars. New research published in Materials Today Bio suggests an unlikely source for building materials on Mars: astronauts blood. We admit, this sounds like the beginning of a horror movie about to go very wrong. But actually, blood concrete is very practical. On Mars, there is a real scarcity of materials. It’s no walk in the park to sustain life on Mars, even just for exploration. Every possible resource counts.
Transporting even a single brick to Mars costs nearly two million dollars. This mean that future Mars denizens will not be able to bring materials with them from Earth. This includes materials needed to create dwellings and other structures. However, in a story that we first saw on Gizmodo, scientists think they have found an answer to this conundrum.
In new research, scientist concluded that a common protein found in blood plasma could combine with a compound found in urine, tears and sweat. Together this concoction could glue together Mars or Moon dust. When mixed with regolith ( Martian soil), the resulting material became as tough as concrete…. end of excerpt.
So now we know, at last, the plan the billionaires club has for us. Blood, sweat and tears and some urine to make Mars or Moon blocks for them to live in. My imagination took flight where “astronauts’ were hooked up to machines giving blood, crying due to inflicted pain and drinking loads of water to generate urine. Drag your overachiever kids out of MIT. The future is dismal.
Twilight Zone is here now. We are the parasitic species who has depleted our host and now must move on to other hosts. Scares the bejesus out of me. What are your thoughts?
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