Saturday 21st of May 2022

lost in space...

space...space... 

Billionaire Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has a vision for humanity beyond Earth, predicting that one day humans will be born in space and take holidays to their former home.

Mr Bezos said people would build colonies in space as Earth was too small to sustain humanity’s current growth and energy usage.

“Over centuries, many people will be born in space. It will be their first home,” Mr Bezos said.

 

“They will be born on these colonies, live on these colonies, then they’ll visit Earth the way you would visit, you know, Yellowstone National Park.”

Detailing ideas for cities, agricultural areas, high-speed transport, and national parks in space, the founder of Amazon and Blue Origin made the comments in an address to the Ignatius Forum in Washington DC this week.

But it’s not the first time he has raised the prospect of floating space colonies – and his space company Blue Origin has even released artistic renderings.

https://thenewdaily.com.au/entertainment/celebrity/2021/11/14/jeff-bezos-space-humans-born/

 

 

 

Gus:

 

I want to be an occasional poop collector in this new world of the eternal sunset… a bit like paradise ersatz

 

Everyone will be so happy there that they will have to invent a new word for happiness and bliss. Say “morongenised” or "boredomblissed”. And of course everything will be FREE. It has to be...

 

I invented worlds like these when I was sixteen… I had stomach cramps… Kids/adolescent dream of better then. The world wars had spooked our folks. The scars were obvious and the dead were buried with a marker to let us know where they were resting… Peace was in the bag if everyone had their fill. No-one were needy… Presidents, if there was the need for one, had to spend a least a week per year at a poop recycling plant with a big spoon... 

 

Of course one trillion daily poop versus three trillion daily meals had to be managed without mixing the ingredients, in the massive recyclonic of the GMOed desires. CO2 from breathing has to be heavenly managed by special osmosis pumps powered by farting elegantly-poised beasts, looking like deers. At this stage, one would not know if the last human you talked to was actually a clever robot. Who needs washing machines in a world of beauty, where there is no dirt to accumulate on your sleeves, because automation of all tasks that demand elbow grease, is done by far more intelligent machines than you.

 

All you have to do all day and night is think about nothing (why strain your brain when you have everything, unless you’re a sociopath and want more than your FAIR share), party and fornicate: the choice is huge: hetero, homo, machine, flying dildoes, slow and fast tangoes, clean, dirty, painful for perverse joy…

 

And in the best of the world, there is no duty. You don’t want to deprive the robots, do you?

 

One day you might be called up to fight one of the other Wheely World with your little shiny sword, because they want what you’ve got which is the same as what they have, but, you know humans, yours is mine — and boredom needs to be kept at bay by an exciting little war.

 

 Or a bit of spacial satire…. The Empire Strips Back… I can see this on a stage, with no gravity...

 

Oh, can I see pure lovely boredom floating in the middle of this space, in beautiful glass cages, unless you are a busy accountant bean-counting for the whole community, behind the scene...

 

And planet earth will be like a wild isle of the dead, serving only as a garbage bin and burial centre, because no one would die in space anymore — thus old people would be disguised as tourists when they had to “go back home" to die and become fertiliser, under a globally warmed unliveable atmosphere.

 

 

GL.

Tired of all that…

 

 

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space junk...

The International Space Station has been warned about space debris. Russian ground control has ordered the cosmonauts to hide inside the Soyuz spacecraft, and Houston told its astronauts to hide inside the US segment.

 

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in space...

 

Space exploration, investigation, by means of crewed and uncrewed spacecraft, of the reaches of the universe beyond Earth’s atmosphere and the use of the information so gained to increase knowledge of the cosmos and benefit humanity. A complete list of all crewed spaceflights, with details on each mission’s accomplishments and crew, is available in the section Chronology of crewed spaceflights.

Humans have always looked at the heavens and wondered about the nature of the objects seen in the night sky. With the development of rockets and the advances in electronics and other technologies in the 20th century, it became possible to send machines and animals and then people above Earth’s atmosphere into outer space. Well before technology made these achievements possible, however, space exploration had already captured the minds of many people, not only aircraft pilots and scientists but also writers and artists. The strong hold that space travel has always had on the imagination may well explain why professional astronauts and laypeople alike consent at their great peril, in the words of Tom Wolfe in The Right Stuff (1979), to sit “on top of an enormous Roman candle, such as a Redstone, AtlasTitan or Saturn rocket, and wait for someone to light the fuse.” It perhaps also explains why space exploration has been a common and enduring theme in literature and art. As centuries of speculative fiction in books and more recently in films make clear, “one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind” was taken by the human spirit many times and in many ways before Neil Armstrong stamped humankind’s first footprint on the Moon.

 

 

Read more: https://www.britannica.com/science/space-exploration

 

 

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