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Moon, Asteroid Mining: What It Means for the Economy? SpaceX Falcon Heavy could make it a reality!



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Great presentation, thanks.
Charles Golden is no longer director of NASA. That was the racist, Obama who put unqualified blacks in every spot he could find.
I HATE robotic voices, thumbs down...
SAVE THE MOON from exploitation -- leave it alone
Well with current plans profit seems unlikely...the payload sections of planned ships likely won't be able to bring enough, Materials back to earth...if the launch costs a billion dollars and the profit for a shipment is 40 million...its not going to be profitable.
Well with current plans profit seems unlikely...the payload sections of planned ships likely won't be able to bring enough, Materials back to earth...if the launch costs a billion dollars and the profit for a shipment is 40 million...its not going to be profitable.
SIGH, these robotic voices are just dreadful. What a turn off to a subject matter I'm deeply fascinated by. Hey - let me produce the video. My voice is 10x better and I promise to deliver far more enthusiam and 100% accurate pronunciation. Pick me! Pick me!
Why would you bring all this valuble resorces in to Easth gravity vell. When people start minig asteroids the materials will go for construction of space infrastructure not to be brought back to Earth. Enuff people will be living in space to use the resorces and demand for people to move to space will be big enuff to justify building of space infrastructure. People who will go to space will not go back to Earth because trip to space will take a life savings and gravity wells are for suckers.
Unfortunately, it appears that Chris Lewicki has been forced to sell Planetary Resources due to a lack of funds. I had high hopes for them, but I understand the facts of business and that he is very likely a few years too early for such an endeavor. Best of luck Chris. I know you will be ultimately successful.
O the big boys are going to bring solar and cosmic radiated rocks- for use on Earth, great news, more cancer for us all, fun. TH
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They have to get a whole lot of answers before we can live on the moon much less mars.
Living in a motor home for months or years dosent sound too appealing. Lets not even get started on personal hygiene. The ships would be the new pig boats.
Then your have the long term supply system required to keep it operating and the massive start up costs as well.
Alot of could but not much how.
Helium 3 is just speculation.
Resources are the real ends.
Imagine Building bigger and better ships with access to infinite precious resources.
China s probe to the far side of the moon to mine for Helium-3 for nuclear fusion.There are a lot of asteroid with Helium-3 that crashed into the moon.To protect the shipment of Helium-3 China has developed a hybrid bomber called the light of five stars (H-11)
Watching at 1.25 speed makes the voice bareable
If a AI singularity happens I hope the super intelligent artificial intelligence helps us with the design and maintenance of spaceships. I think it would require that kind of partnership to become a spacefaring species. Of coarse a self aware super intelligent artificial entity might not have beneficial and altruistic intentions towards humanity.
They talk of the value of the minerals that could be mined on asteroids, but they don't talk of the cost of extraction and transport of the ore or the processing of it, which will be much, much greater then that on earth!
There will be no settlements on the moon or Mars or the asteroids due to the lack of gravity, which the moon has about 1/6th the gravity of earth and Mars about 1/4 the gravity and asteroids with no gravity to speak of. There is a very good reason why few of the videos ever address the gravity problem, because it would ruin their capitalist exploits, with a sort of hear no evil, see no evil and speak no evil thing!
What's more as the capitalist ventures show they are loosing money, they will lobby and invest in politics for more and more tax breaks and deregulations to a point that the lost revenues will be much greater then the revenues from the exploits, which has much to do with the US $21.4 Trillion debt that is only going to get much worse!
Way too many people see Star Trek and Star Wars where gravity is not addressed and so don't realize that this is a monumental problem that will have to be addressed. NASA doers not address this due to the expense, and the same will be with the companies of the space ventures, till they are abandoned with the loss of trillions in investments, which they will also take off their taxes as business losses.
People can not live in a reduced gravity environment for prolonged periods of time, as indicated by numerous studies, that is a fact! There are no gravity plates, like in Star Trek, there is only the physical deterioration and a slow death!
I sure I don't have any intention to earn money I just love to develop technology tech is my world not girl 😚
Macines are not looking like these in video real machine's are very simple than these and tested year's before. us is worried about China to jump on this trade I don't know if India is doing something in it or not 😥 any way I want to be part this scince fiction starting world can you give me phone number of elon musk 😌


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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.