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Re: Rocket by 3D printer




by humus » 11/10/21, 20:12

Ahmed wrote:but all of us passively undergo something that completely escapes us.

We are not revolting enough.
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Re: Rocket by 3D printer




by Ahmed » 11/10/21, 22:46

It's hard to imagine a revolt against what arouses so much admiration, sometimes unconsciously. Indeed, there is hardly any criticism of the technology and of the world it involves that does not contradict itself by supposing that some of its cybernetic developments will make it possible to thwart its drawbacks and to free itself from its constraints.
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by sen-no-sen » 12/10/21, 00:00

Christophe wrote:
Ahmed wrote:Is there a great intellectual cohesion in promoting a technical process aimed at an ever greater development of space exploration? : Oops:


Apparently it is the current fashion of billionaires (and especially not to criticize them for their catastrophic CO2 balance) ... the one who will have the biggest ... the longest ...

What do you want this is the kind of debate since the dawn of time between male humans ... : Lol:


For lack of space on earth, it is necessary for new sections of economism to develop in space in order to crystallize the masses of fictitious earthly liquidity.
The astronomical cost and the fallout (sic!) Of its technologies only play a temporary and mainly advertising role for its multinationals. Indeed and unless we are perfectly stupid, we are not ready to spend weekends in the space ... This mess is all the more insulting in times of energy crisis, where many people will have the greatest difficulty paying their gas bills!
In reality, and once the enthusiasm of the general public has subsided, it is the military who will take over in the framework of public / private agreements for the new US / China cold war. times, that a sex cache for the militarization of space.
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Re: Rocket by 3D printer




by Ahmed » 12/10/21, 09:54

Indeed, even without open and massive war, the military industry is able to absorb huge amounts of liquidity, materials and energy ... The Sino-American rivalry is able to fuel this escalation of sophisticated armaments , although their mutual interests rule out the hypothesis of a conflict in the present configuration. It is therefore likely that the USA will hardly accept a questioning of its position as world economic leader, but, failing to be able to remedy it, refocus their efforts on nationalist aspects.

Another issue advanced in the "conquest" of space would be the recovery of minerals or energy on bases located in other planets: it goes without saying that the energy cost of transporting one KG of material to Earth is reduced. to nothing this fantasy only intended to evacuate the idea of ​​finitude of resources, which is consistent with the absurdity of a system which presupposes the absence of limits.
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