posted on Apr, 14 2010 @ 09:55 PM
Space is our highest priority, regardless of how hard the economic situation is in the country. Space will always remain our priority. This
is not just somebody's interpretation, it's our official state position.
I am here in my presidential office and when addressing you, I can confirm again the significance of space for the
No country can develop space alone, we need to combine our efforts and we need to talk about it more often.
With literally less then 24 hours until US President Barack Obama hosts a potentially historic meeting with US leaders at the Kennedy Space Center,
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has preceded Obama's conference by calling for a global space summit and committing his nation to the exploration
of space on a scale not seen in decades, if ever.
I found the story posted on Floridatoday.com
, and it got me to
Many have speculated that an 'NWO' type scenario could be brought to bare on the world's population via climate change and global measures to
tackle the 'problem' on a global scale.
I for one find it much more plausible, from the perspective of world leaders, and certainly much more 'manageable', for such a system to be
introduced via space - the final frontier.
What else could unite the planet better than the search for life? The vast majority of the world's developed nations would be 100% behind the idea of
a global and united mission to space to discover the stuff of science fiction.
Hell, even us ATSers would be excited!
And the icing on the cake?
What if the space agenda ceased to be about the search for life and instead focused on the search for fuel?
What if a united global effort was proposed to mine space for materials which would 'solve' many problems on Earth regarding fossil fuels, our
dependency on oil, etc?
[edit on 14-4-2010 by srsen]