The amount of mass determines everything Now that I’ve had a chance to figure out what the first missions are like and to think about the whole plan again I would like to lay out the overall mission plan for bootstrapping humanity to Mars. One of the things I’ve started to nail down is the… Continue reading Bootstrapping the human race on Mars – the first 100 missions overview
Possible terraformed Mars next to Earth Mons Olympus (Twice the altitude of Everest) Forrester Crater Near Mons Olympus with Sunrise Echus Chasma (large body of water likely) Sand Castles on Mars Possible Sunrise on Mars Possible Milky way above Mars Rover Selfie Another Rover Selfie Sunrise on Mars Possible shot from Phobos of Mars Possible… Continue reading Some Interesting pictures of Mars
Building Habitats for future Martian colonists is a very big concern for the colonists and critical to quality of life. This article is about the practical issues in designing safe and highly livable Martian Habitats, a little dreaming of what might be possible. If you don’t want to read too much of the technical details… Continue reading Habitats on Mars – Practical and Aesthetic Architecture
In this blog a notable Climate Warming Advocate Scientist has finally admitted a massive problem with the climate theology. In a paper now through peer review according to several CAGW advocates a major error has been uncovered. The interaction between aerosols and clouds The effects of Aerosols on clouds that had been estimated and… Continue reading Climate Science Hugely Wrong Again!
When Elon Musk made his $250 Million from Paypal he decided to spend it on several projects. One project was to build rockets and send something to Mars. He wanted to show America space was cool again. So he went to Russia to find some cheap rockets. In the process he had some pretty… Continue reading SpaceX was valued recently near $11Billion. That’s way low. How about $200 billion
The Club of Rome was a group of MIT, Harvard and other professors, industry experts etc who crafted a computer model of the world and predicted the outcome up to 2100 for things like pollution, population, industrial production, food production, etc… The Club of Rome was a 70s thing. The IPCC is a… Continue reading Club of Rome Computer Models Vs IPCC Climate Scientist Computer Models
I believe that. I believe it would also be largely a waste of money. I have already made the case that sending a man or series of men like we did with Apollo would be impressive and certainly would be attention grabbing. However, it would get us virtually nowhere to our goal and likely… Continue reading Elon Musk has said we can land a man on Mars by 2025