Dear Fellow Lunar Enthusiasts,

Today, an individual can borrow a large sum of money to buy a house. Part of the rational for lending the money is that the house shouldn’t depreciate quickly nor the land devalue. As long as the individual has income then there’s no problem. So, if we want to build infrastructure upon the Moon then we use the same rationale. We borrow a large sum of money and be sure to build something that shouldn’t depreciate in value. All we need do is generate some income so that eventually the money is paid back. That is our simple target at the Lunar Colony Fund; we demonstrate enough credibility to the lender that they are confident in lending us a large sum of money to build a house on the Moon. We will get there.

The International Astronautical Congress has been busy in Israel. It’s certainly great to see the amount of interest in exploring and developing the lunar surface; there’s even a #moonvillage in vogue. While the idea of a village may mesh with the average person’s lexicology, the real need is for a self-sustaining human presence. This is the step that humanity needs to take before we can develop and prosper beyond Earth’s surface.

We at the Lunar Colony Fund are getting ready to celebrate our second year of inception. We will make a self-sustaining human population on the Moon a reality. We certainly like our progress to date. But, there’s not enough of us to instill credibility to any lender. So, keep your generous support coming and keep looking for other like-minded individuals who want a future for humanity that extends beyond the Earth’s surface.

Mark Mortimer

Lunar Colony Fund

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