The following is an excerpt from ERIC MACK | September 28, 2017 | CNET.com |
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk will revise his audacious vision to build a Martian colony when he addresses the International Astronautical Congress in Australia on Friday. But some scientists and futurists may be most interested to hear him talk about toilet paper.
Well, not just TP. There's also dishwashing soap and all the other day-to-day details of life on the red planet that Musk's plan hasn't yet addressed.
Musk's preliminary outline, unveiled in Mexico last year, offers few specifics on what life will actually be like on Mars. It doesn't address how colonists will avoid radiation poisoning or how to supply them with food and clean water.
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