Most people have something for which they stand very strongly but on which they'll waver slightly if the price is right. In one British lady's case, the price appears to be "several hundred thousand gallons of sweet, sweet space-jet fuel:"
A British photographer who is being flown to the Moon on a rocket launch booster that burns at two million times the rate of an average car, is an anti-fracker and fossil fuel critic.
Rhiannon Adam, 37, originally from Ireland and based in Hackney, was one of eight artists selected by Japanese billionaire Yasaku Maezawa to join an ambitious civilian flyby around the moon on a SpaceX Starship next year.
The photographer, who has fiercely criticised the overuse of fossil fuels in the past justified her trip to out of space claiming the 'positives outweigh the negatives'.
Ooh yeah. They'll talk bad about fossil fuels 24/7...until you hand them the key to a SpaceX. Then they can't wait to turn it!
Oh but wait you guys she has a really good reason for going:
When questioned why she had chosen to go on the trip, particularly when it came to the impact on the environment, she said it would help her 'reflect on some of these issues in a deeper way'.
I'll bet! Getting up into space and reflecting on the beauty of fossil fuels like: