There may be a copy of Wikipedia somewhere on the moon. Here's how to help find it.
If you’ve ever worried that humanity will ever wipe itself out so completely that there’ll be no record of our civilization for aliens to discover, you can now rest (somewhat) easy.
Even if we blow everything on Earth to smithereens tomorrow, there will likely still be a library of 30,000 books, 5,000 languages, plus a complete copy of Wikipedia, somewhere on the moon.
The only problem: We don’t know exactly where.
The library is a project of the Arch Foundation, the same company that gave Elon Musk a test copy of Isaac Asimov’s Foundation Trilogy to put aboard his spacebound Tesla Roadster. Read more…