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Austin Mayor Steve Adler: “We Are Putting Queso On The Moon”

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February 22, 2019                    (prweb.com)

• Austen, Texas Mayor Steve Adler is one of a number of ‘celebrities, influencers, and dignitaries’ who has contributed a letter to the Arch Mission Foundation’s Lunar Library on the Moon. The letters are meant to be for extraterrestrials and future citizens of the solar system. They were placed on board the SpaceX Falcon rocket that launched out of Cape Canaveral, Florida on February 21st, and is scheduled to arrive at the Moon on April 11th. The SpaceX Falcon is carrying a moon lander from commercial space exploration outfit SpaceIL, which in turn is carrying the Lunar Library from the Arch Mission Foundation. It will touch down on the Moon’s surface and remain as part of the Arch Mission Foundation’s “Billion Year Archive” Lunar Library, permanently.

• The Arch Mission Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 2015 by Nova Spivack and Nick Slavin, whose goal is to create multiple redundant repositories of the totality of human knowledge around the Solar System, including on Earth. The Lunar Library archive is comprised of millions of documents laser etched in microscopic analog form on a radiation-proof nickel Nanofiche™ disk.

• Mayor Adler sent a letter, on his official letterhead, dated August 17, 2018 welcoming Martians with a list of tongue-in-cheek reasons why they should visit Austin, and mentioning that Austin already has its own “extraterrestrial”, Albert “Leslie” Cochran, a popular homeless peace activist in the Texas Capitol. (see letter here)   On a more serious note, Adler notes that, “we are less proud [that] the world has not sufficiently responded to the dire threat of climate change and environmental injustice… the downtrodden, [and] failing to recognize that each human being… is alive with the same fire that lights the stars at night.”

• The Mayor’s letter also includes a copy of the original, authentic, and never-before-published Kerbey Queso (cheese dip) recipe from Kerbey Lane Cafe. “… and maybe someday chips as well, not because these things are easy, but because they are hard,” said Mayor Adler (with a nod to JFK’s 1962 speech in Houston).

• In addition to Mayor Adler’s letter on this trip is a copy of the English language Wikipedia, 25,000 books and collections from Project Gutenberg and the Internet Archive, and the Long Now Foundation Rosetta and PanLex datasets, with a linguistic key to 5000 languages with 1.5 billion cross-language translations.

 

Mayor Steve Adler today revealed the contents of an official letter to extraterrestrials and future citizens of the solar system that will be placed on the moon approximately 40 days from today, mid-April. The letter was aboard the SpaceX Falcon rocket that launched out of Cape Canaveral, Florida last night.

             Mayor Steve Adler

“Yes, the real moon.” said Mayor Adler.

The Falcon is carrying a moon lander from commercial space exploration outfit SpaceIL, which in turn is carrying the Lunar Library from the Arch Mission Foundation. The physical archive is comprised of millions of documents laser etched in microscopic analog form on a radiation-proof nickel Nanofiche™ disk. It will be placed on the moon permanently.

Space IL’s moon lander will circle the moon in gradually descending orbit in order to facilitate a soft landing. The first and nominal landing opportunity will happen on April 11.

The Arch Mission Foundation’s goal is to archive all human knowledge permanently in space. The Foundation provided this opportunity to Austin’s Mayor. Also included in the Billion Year Archive are:
• A full copy of the English language Wikipedia
• 25,000 books and other resources, including collections from Project Gutenberg and the Internet Archive
• The Long Now Foundation Rosetta and PanLex datasets, which provide a linguistic key to 5000 languages with 1.5 billion cross-language translations.

                      Nanofiche™ disks

As part of their program, the Arch Mission invited a limited number of celebrities, influencers, and dignitaries to make a contribution to the Lunar Library.

Mayor Adler’s letter includes a copy of the original, authentic, and never-before-published Kerbey Queso recipe from Kerbey Lane Cafe.

“We choose to send queso to the Moon – and maybe someday chips as well, not because these things are easy, but because they are hard,” said Mayor Adler. “The challenge to eat queso in zero gravity is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one we intend to win, among other key challenges, like next time remembering the chips.”

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Duke Brickhouse is a former trial lawyer and entertainment attorney who has refocused his life’s work to exposing the truth of our subjugated planet and to help raise humanity’s collective consciousness at this crucial moment in our planet’s history, in order to break out of the dark and negative false reality that is preventing the natural development of our species, to put our planet on a path of love, light and harmony in preparation for our species’ ascension to a fourth density, and to ultimately take our rightful place in the galactic community.

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