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This post has been edited by Naale: Jan 24 2016, 03:48 PM
People have been making spirits for hundreds of years. Contemporary industrialized spirits production involves the use of rectifying columns, distillers and filters to produce base spirits from a mix of natural nutrients, being sugar and yeast. The distillate is then cleaned with activated carbon to remove unwanted flavours and impurities, to produce a smooth tasting spirit. The resulting spirit is then sold over to countless producers for ageing, flavoring, adding mixing components etc. to produce rum, vodkas, gin, liqueurs etc. Part of produced spirits serve the demands of healthcare institutions. The spirits production sector of economy is known to show rise year after year, sucking millions of tons of grain from agricultural industry. This has been a pretty serious problem rightly bound to food prices and lack of edible products in some countries, which is responsible for starvation and famine occurrences. A comet called C2014 Q2, or comet Lovejoy, is hurrying to rescue. The comet has been found to eject large volumes of ethyl alcohol, or in other words base spirits found in alcoholic beverages. While sober scientists are busy assessing the origins of life, their drinking counterparts were immediately obsessed with the idea of catching the ejected spirits. Reason? Lovejoy is said to be emitting the equivalent of something like 500 bottles of wine each second. That’s 86400 bottles of wine each day. Enough to get impressed, but pristine business opportunity is lying on the surface. What if one could develop a method of catching the spirits otherwise spawn out in space for nothing? When there’s an idea, there should be someone keen to start putting it into practice. First, since Lovejoy is relatively small (much smaller than Moon), it can be tamed up to fly round the Earth instead of bouncing back and forth throughout the Milky Way, losing vast amounts of liquor to vacuum space. Second, launching spirits-catching spacecrafts in series. More...