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Can humanity afford a real life Star Trek ?

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there's better things to do with $1 trillion... feed half the entire planet maybe?

There's better statements to be made with your first 2 posts here. Good on you for being humanitarian about this, but long-term...

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The usa throws away enough food to feed the world. If you add in what families and restraunts throw away maybe feed tge world twice. Then the congress passed a law making us turn a percentage of the corn crop into fuel.

Some of the third world nations don't have the infrastrucher to get food from the docks to the people. This includes the indian reservations that got government checks. Further if they borrow money from the imf, they can't spend it too makethings better for their peopl. Then you have thedictators that use hungry to control the people.

Watch any TV show with Chef Ramsey...

Trashcans full of good food tossed out every episode.

..."NOT GOOD ENOUGH!!"....

If the food is slightly burnt, or slightly raw, he throws it into the trash can.

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The usa throws away enough food to feed the world. If you add in what families and restraunts throw away maybe feed tge world twice. Then the congress passed a law making us turn a percentage of the corn crop into fuel.

Some of the third world nations don't have the infrastrucher to get food from the docks to the people. This includes the indian reservations that got government checks. Further if they borrow money from the imf, they can't spend it too makethings better for their peopl. Then you have thedictators that use hungry to control the people.

I think that first it needs to be established that humans can live and breed and survive indefinately in open space, with minimal gravity/exercise and minimal resources. If humans can survive in low gravity and create new generations of humans there, then it should be OK to start preparing to send millions of people out.

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I think that first it needs to be established that humans can live and breed and survive indefinately in open space, with minimal gravity/exercise and minimal resources. If humans can survive in low gravity and create new generations of humans there, then it should be OK to start preparing to send millions of people out.

The problem here is you have to send people out to do, in order to test it. And w can do one artficail gravity trick just spin the station. Tge current space staton can't do this because it is designed wrong.

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The problem here is you have to send people out to do, in order to test it. And w can do one artficail gravity trick just spin the station. Tge current space staton can't do this because it is designed wrong.

YEah, I recognize that. It's going to have to be vollintary in action. But I see it happening sooner or latter.

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There is the dutch company, with a one way trip. Doesn't need to be since we can get there and back with my modular ship.

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