So you all know we're moving to space soon, right? First of all, there are no melting glaciers on the moon. Second of all Newt Gingrich said we are. So it's on. Now, one of the things we are really going to need on the moon is plants, so bees and vegetarians will have something to eat. And a recent study from researchers at the University of Florida in Gainesville suggests that growing plants on the moon just might be a completely successful endeavor.
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