I would love to wake up in the morning to a nice cup of coffee, or tea, with views of the Earth outside my pod window. Is it impossible? No, Will I go during my lifetime? Probably Not. But it is the pioneering spirit that leads man to other ...
I would love to wake up in the morning to a nice cup of coffee, or tea, with views of the Earth outside my pod window. Is it impossible? No, Will I go during my lifetime? Probably Not. But it is the pioneering spirit that leads man to other unknowns. It is in our DNA to explore, create, and build upon our dreams. We just have to open our eyes to the possible, and yes, the impossible. It is how we learn and grow, and there will be mistakes along the way. The pioneers of years past understood the meaning of making a new way of life. It requires dedication through adversities, and hardships. When a new door is opened, then technology and understanding will flourish for the future.
Due to limited space on the initial Asgardia Space Station? We should have a vote to send the best Scientists, Historians, and Engineers to the first Space Nation. Asgardian Citizens who are in good physical condition should be able to visit the Space Nation via shuttles. Relatives of the residents could be given family passes. Guest sleeping pods could be constructed to house Family and visiting Citizens, much like a hotel. You would rent a pod for your stay. Research could be funded by corporations on Earth and the studies listed as non-profit.
Star Trek/ Captain Kurk Quote Credit: to Ray Bradbury, or his script writers: I am getting close to 60, and the odds are that I will never travel into space during my lifetime. G - force on the body requires good physical health. I am so happy to see, that there are still people who want to put a new station in space. Hopefully, the UN will recognize "Asgardia" and it's citizens. This is more than just science fiction. They have sent a rocket up from Wallop Island, and put "Asgardian Data" into orbit. Hopefully, one day, a station will be built for sci...entists, historians, and all who have accepted the Asgardian Constitution. If this all sounds "Star Trek" unbelievable, then just look at the current space station, and what has been accomplished there. Over half a million people have signed up to be a part of the "Asgardia Space Nation". The goal is to have dual citizenship, Protect the Earth, Promote a Peaceful Environment in Space, Conduct Space Studies, and Provide Economic Growth. As with any Country, there will be a currency called "Solar", an Asgardian Calendar, a Flag, Anthem, and eventually a language. Everything is being voted on, as this will be a democratic society with a parliament and a "King" for a 5 year term. QUOTE: Captain Kirk from Star Trek: "To Boldly Go, Where No Man Has Gone Before" It is happening. It's not a T.V. script...it is "a Genesis for Man in Space". An Expensive venture with unbelievable possibilities. Something teachers could follow to give students hope for the future.
*Captain Kirk instead of Kurk