Why doesn’t some body build a huge Space Ship and we all get on it for a vacation into Space? We could orbit the moon and be back to Earth in no time (at least one to two weeks). Excursions to Near Earth Asteroids, mining minerals (might find a Diamond!) and exploring other planets for life and natural resources.
It’s in our blood to explore and find new resources. It may become necessary to find other resources because of Human kind exploiting our natural resources by depleting our reserves. Human pollution and waste causes catastrophic effects like water contamination, soil contamination and air contamination. These are all elements in the Earths cycle that keep Humans alive and not sick because of pollution of or natural resources.
We may need a life boat, a Noah’s Ark so to speak, in the form of a Space Station Ship capable of helping us to survive a catastrophic event on earth such as Mass Pollution, Depletion of Natural Fuel Resources, Over Population, Forest Destruction, Civil War, Asteroid Collision, or Nuclear War.
It’s bound to happen sooner or later so now is the time to design a craft that is strong and will survive the dangers of space travel and get us to another planet while serving as a temporary home and a scientific lab conducting experiments along the way on asteroids, planets, and space debris.
Just like Columbus, we too venture outside our home ports to explore the other worlds for treasures and natural resources. We build a Ship with the same idea that God gave Noah and build a very large Space Station Ship that will hold a large crew of young astronauts capable of sustaining a long duration travel aboard a large round vessel containing another vessel within.
A very large round Sphere (Ball) with a slightly smaller sphere inside of it to hold human occupants along with cattle and animals necessary to survive in another world. The outer sphere serves as a protection device for the inner sphere which contains live cargo. The inner sphere contains 12 compartments divided like an orange wedge.
Let’s build one!
Look for a new site to open soon at http://spacestationship.com .
J. Keith Sowell