If we're concerned about consuming Helium to depletion, why dont we encourage a few comets to impact, loaded with interstellar replenishment?
They could impact Saudi, Yemen , Iran or Wales for ease of access & disposable populations.
- Anonymous1 month agoFavourite answer
You trashed all possibility of anyone thinking you're remotely funny, all because you thought you could get a good laugh out of mentioning Wales.
- Ronald 7Lv 71 month ago
The Welsh make the best Miners
- CliveLv 71 month ago
What makes you think they have helium on them?
- 1 month ago
Who is concerned about consuming Helium to completion? The balloon man at your city carnival?
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- StarryskyLv 71 month ago
Helium is produced constantly by radioactive decay inside the Earth. No danger of using it up as long as we drill for it.
What is rare is He+3, or the isotope helium 3, which is a very small part of helium. It seems there might be some of it on the Moon.
- AcetekLv 41 month ago
So you want to destroy all life on the planet for some helium. Not a lot of neurons firing there sparky
- RetiefLv 71 month ago
Any comet that hits the Earth anywhere would cause global destruction.
- NyxLv 71 month ago
Helium comes from radioactive decay. Comets, and asteroids would have little, do to constant outgassing.
Plus, you're recommending mass murder.