Dec 16, 01 / Dec 18, 17 18:39 UTC
How to Make Your Point Like an Asgardian

HOW TO MAKE YOUR POINT LIKE AN ASGARDIAN

Nov 5, 02 / Nov 9, 18 05:43 UTC
приглашаю посетить мою тему паралельный мир в разделе Наука и техника . Оставьте свое сообщение . https://asgardia.космос / ru / форум / форум / наука и техника-176
Mar 21, 02 / Mar 18, 18 05:36 UTC
certainly the point of view of an Asgardian must see the other as a human integral part of a whole, not as a vulnerable person to be labeled or removed from the reality that we are
Nov 23, 01 / Nov 27, 17 18:30 UTC
Keeping Us On Course

Candidate with a professional background in science and technology.

Feb 28, 02 / Feb 25, 18 19:38 UTC
Nice citation :)
Nov 19, 01 / Nov 23, 17 20:43 UTC
Asgardia Email 11-23-2017

An email has begun to be sent out to the Asgardia community today outlining our current milestones and informing about parliamentary elections.

Nov 19, 01 / Nov 23, 17 20:58 UTC

Thanks Shane.

Oct 24, 01 / Oct 31, 17 19:19 UTC

Asgardia is free from Earth’s conflicts.

Dec 14, 01 / Dec 16, 17 02:14 UTC

Hopefully that is a stance that can be maintained. Those things have a way of creeping through the airlock!

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Oct 25, 01 / Nov 1, 17 16:58 UTC

That is why I love it here! The madness needs to stop. I see Asgardia, and I see Hope!

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Oct 8, 01 / Oct 15, 17 19:56 UTC

founding day, 2017

Oct 8, 01 / Oct 15, 17 20:41 UTC

Tell me more :D

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

I have been looking into mycelium biocomposites, in which mushroom roots, or mycelium, grow in loose cellulosic material such as sawdust. The results are durable materials with attributes similar to that of polystyrene foams that can be used for everything from packaging, building materials and even faux leather. I ...

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 15:03 UTC

Sounds like an amazing premise for a new movie for the new Alien Franchise

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

@phicksur

I agree, it would be equal part amusement and terror if my mushroom couch were to suddenly mutate and take over my living room :) Hmm, or perhaps a movie idea??

FYI, You may want to avoid Ikea in the future as I have ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

The only problem I see with using organic building materials in space is cosmic radiation which may lead to mutations.

A couch which mutates to grow uncontrollably would be, at best, something one should not take sitting down.

DZZ

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Proxemics is the study of how people perceive and organize the spaces and distances they maintain between each other in culturally specific situations. In a more tightly defined space such as an orbiting habitat it may be important that future space colonists become more meaningfully involved in the creation ...

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

One of the ideas within Asgardia's concept is to protect Earth from space threats. Changes in the Earth's magnetosphere could destroy the protective layer of our planet and geomagnetic reversal could deeply impact our civilisation in the future. What steps could we take to address these issues in Asgardia? ...

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

It's apparently a geologically regular event. Doesn't harm the Earth at all, but does increase radiation flux closer to Earth's surface. Sun Cream sales will flourish.

I don't know how it will effect infrastructure, but I would expect more power line surges and signal interference. Compasses would ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

You know, this is something that has always confused me. Why would the reversal of the magnetosphere destroy the Earth? It isn't disappearing, it's just flowing in the opposite direction. Particles already in transit would simply reverse direction. There may be a period where the particles are not moving, ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Hello Asgardians,

Humanity seems to be on the verge of a new technological era which will include quantum mechanics in almost all aspects of social life, from computation to communication and AI. That being said I am curious to know what effect you think this may have ...

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

If human history is any indication, quantum mechanics will not impact us as a society until 10-30 years after it is in common use in government or educational sectors.

JVO

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Lets say we can calculate our genes and direct our lives to follow our
strongest good genes and try in advance to anticipate at our bad genes.
It would eliminate bad choices made for body and mind in the long term.
For example i have done ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Presumably, quantum computers will have much faster processors, with yet more miniaturisation of chips. I'm looking forward to having a private AI companion in my head that remembers things for me and offers advice. An adaptable, personal Cortana-like software that learns from my experiences and knows me better than ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

There are a number of concerns surrounding future exo-planetary exploration and possible interaction with other lifeforms. As per the concept of Asgardia it's legal envelope will include the creation of a new legal platform for the exploration of near-Earth and deep space.

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

There's already a well developed set of procedures in place to protect extra terrestrial biospheres.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planetary_protection

Asgardian law should simply enshrine these principles as a basic foundation.

On the other hand, if an environment is found to be sterile... I ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

It will be quite a while before we have to worry about encounters with anything other than Earth.

RBR

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Good question. We will be in the unknown. So we have to experience what is right and wrong.
We could start with our own set of rules but we have to adopt to rules who are already there.

Grtz, Dirk.

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Hi everyone,

I'd love to have a conversation about how future Asgardians, as semi-confined individuals, can adapt to, enjoy, and benefit from habitation in space. How might our confined group develop a common culture that enhances their bonding and morale, and what would these residents do to ...

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

@phicksur The wonderful thing about humans is that we have both free will and the ability to reason. If a society chooses to reject dominance over others perhaps nurture will eventually inform nature. It may of course be impossible within our current social structures but I don't know if ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Social dominance has existed within humans for our entire recorded history, and longer. It exists in many mammal species as well and even some other animal species. It must somehow encoded into our DNA the need to establish a 'pecking order' and, for reasons of survival and procreation, a ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Hi @phicksur,

I am alway sorry to hear of childhood suffering, I commend your spirit. I worked with adults and children on the spectrum both in and outside institutions after I completed college and it taught me that there is no normal in which we might attach ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

I've been investigating Krafft Arnold Ehricke's thoughts upon human expansion into space. Ehricke was a rocket propulsion engineer who promoted a philosophical concept called the "Extraterrestrial Imperative." Ehricke believed that it was the responsibility of humanity to explore space and exploit the resources of the Solar System in order ...

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

@yovy I call pretty much everything I read a book and everything I watch a show.... it drives my friends kinda nuts :)

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Wow, I just found a free PDF from the NASA website of the Extraterrestrial Imperative. It looks more like a research paper than an actual book.

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Great point @phicksur.

I will admit the lofty views of human supremacy in the universe presented in the laws bothers me a bit. Once I put the overall work into the context of Ehricke's time however I saw it was based, at least in part, on the ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:29 UTC
People throughout history have created suffering through beliefs in ideologies, politics and philosophies. These belief-systems, when stated as propositions, may have the potential of creating more social problems than they solve and the dangers from them could possibly threaten the future of humankind. Does rational thinking require the adherence to ...
Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:29 UTC
Pfft, you are blaming religion for things of which it is not capable. Religion didn't do any of the suffering, it was morons who used the trappings of religion to justify their anti-social behavior, which stemmed from an inequitable amount of resource allocation. Agnostic Unitarian here. I ___really___ dislike any ...
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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:29 UTC
Without formal belief systems like Catholicism, Rationalism, and Pluralism? Sure. I know several people like that. They just don't have an interest in such things. They aren't boring when they are talking about things that do interest them. Without beliefs at all? That's sort of like asking if people can ...
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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:29 UTC

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