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Dana Summers for July 21, 2021

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    LookingGlass Premium Member 2 months ago

    Ah yes, “Space – the final frontier…” Blah, blah blah!!

    (O _ O)

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    Meg, Apropos of Nothing  2 months ago

    I think billionaires who launch themselves into space to improve their space tourism ROI have truly earned the title “asstronauts.”

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    treutvid  2 months ago

    Too late to get a billboard up there?

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    rbullfogg  2 months ago

    What about the battle for the Moon! Everyone is claiming each area they land in!

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    nodjt  2 months ago

    The church lady said it best. “We like ourselves don’t we”

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    MontanaBill Premium Member 2 months ago

    Always a bunch of nattering naboobs worried about how someone who makes the money spends the money.

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    Newenglandah  2 months ago

    Montana Bull: Bezos didn’t “make the money”. He took it from the underpaid workers he exploited to sell a bunch of Chinese-made junk.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 2 months ago

    His spaceship looks like something you could buy at an x rated video store.

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    codak  2 months ago

    always a bit baffled on how Bezos became so rich.. .I’ve never ordered a thing from amazon and dont know many who have

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 2 months ago

    I don’t think a 20-minute sub-orbital launch will bother those interstellar tourists and scientists. Metaphorically, we’re not even dipping one toe in all our worlds’ oceans.

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    Concretionist  2 months ago

    I think that humanity NEEDS to make it fully into space, and SOON: Gaia is gonna kick us out anyway, so it would be better if we had a toehold out there. Imagine for a moment what it would be like if mining on or near the surface of the Earth were moved into the asteroid belt. Imagine for a moment that dirty industrial processes were happening in zero G and well away from our ecosphere. Imagine that, because there are a lot of people living out there, we can afford to put energy collection tech into high orbit, even though it needs maintenance.

    And for the doomsday folk: Imagine that the next “dinosaur killer” rock can be detected and diverted in time to save the planet. Not that we have a very good track record at planning ahead and avoiding catastrophe… but maybe the NEXT time.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 2 months ago

    ^ … and I think the slate-wiper doomsday rock w/b welcomed (and cheered) by the MAGAs, since it’ll also kill all those (expletive) Libs.

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    grumpypophobart  2 months ago

    Wait til they discover minerals to be mined boys!

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 2 months ago

    If they find a giant asteroid of gold wouldn’t that make gold basically worthless?

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