I've been wondering this for a long time! XD
I think what he means is the relation of the surface humidity on the moon in regards to weather changes in the tea plantations.
Not being a rocket sientist I would assume that if the relative humidity on the moons surface increases the tea could be affected by mould or insects, in return the price goes up.And if in return the relative humidity on the moons surface goes down it allows for a better and faster drying of the tee leaves, the price can go down.
Pretty logical don't you think? ;)
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Sorry if came over as a joke, I though you needed a serious answer to a topic that affects thousands of people in India! ;)The moisture levels on the moons surface are not well studied yet, especially at dawn but that does not mean we can ignore the effects of it.
Some claim the problem was caused by the junk the US left on the moon after visiting it.Others say it is crap as they never actually went to the moon.The fact is that you have to proove me wrong first before claiming there are no adverse effects on us caused by the moisture levels on the moons surface ;)And claims like "There is no water on the moon" won't count unless you go up there and bring some dust back.But if you do go up for a quick check take some pics of the moon landing sites so the critics can finally stop to worry about staged moon landings and focus on the problem of the moisture levels.....
oh, it wasn't a joke? The question was originally a joke. You know where someone says something irrelevant and you say "Well, what does that have to do with the price of tea in china?"
According to Wikipedia, it is, "an idiom denoting an irrelevance or non sequitur in the current discussion." More here:
Tea party is as ineffective as communist party in China.
What is THAT?
That can mean lots of things.
Look at THAT cool instructable.