Friday, October 19, 2007

Poll Results: Is Google's Lunar X-Prize Good For Humanity? Authentic NASA Toys and Replicas
Over on the sidebar of Colony Worlds, this author ran a mini poll asking readers whether or not Google's X-Prize was of any benefit to humanity.

The poll closed four days ago with a grand total of 26 votes. Here are the results below:

Question: Is Google's Lunar X-Prize Good For Humanity?

    Choice 1: Yes, as it helps us reach the moon (17 votes or 65%)

    Choice 2: No, as it won't reduce the cost of rocket launches (3 votes or 11%)

    Choice 3: Maybe, if they provide more money (1 vote or 3%)

    Choice 4: No, as going to Mars is more important (1 vote or 3%)

    Choice 5: Yes, as we can finally discover what moonbats are (4 votes or 15%)

The next poll will deal with who will colonize the Moon first, which was inspired by Mike Griffin's comments regarding China.

Thanks to everyone who participated in the poll, and I am looking forward to the results of the next! (and no, moonbats will not be apart of this unscientific survey).

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