Musk and Bezos have different ideas about how they could colonize space
News! One of the smartest and richest people on the planet has an equally different vision. This is Jeff Bezos. He recently claimed that his vision for the future is that people will be born outside the Earth, human space colonies will be created. In addition, humans will be able to be born on other planets, perhaps even on the ISS (International Space Station). And, they will come on "vacation" to visit Earth.
In the future, Jeff Bezos will try to lead such discoveries with Blue Origin as high as possible. He said he would like to have floating space and habitats in the future that mimic Earth's weather and gravitational attraction. However, it is quite difficult, but the second one is not so easy to create gravitational attraction. He also claimed that she would like floating cylinders.
That is, the cylinders, it is not known what, which are in space and there are forests, rivers on them and almost everything on Earth. It's a bit hard to believe that you can build something like this in space. But Bezos came up with some shocking statements, as you can see in his comment: "Over the centuries, many people will be born in space. It will be their first home, they will be born in these colonies, they will live in these "Then they'll visit Earth the way you do, you know, Yellowstone National Park." . However, Bezos prefers floating cylinders and the creation of space colonies.
He claims that it would be too difficult to start life on another planet and easier to create space colonies. "Even if you were to terraform Mars or do something very dramatic like that - which could be very, very challenging, by the way - even if you did, that is at most a doubling of the Earth," Bezos said. . "Then you go from 10 billion people to 20 billion people." And here, Bezos refers perhaps to the year 2080-2090, because only then we will be about 10 billion on Earth alone, now we are 7.9 billion people.
Elon Musk totally contradicts Bezos. Musk claimed that Imperuna with SpaceX, the company he owns, wants to create colonies on Mars, not "cylinders". Musk said that if we tried to transform Mars with some nuclear weapons, we could live there in a few years. But NASA ruled out the possibility and said from the start that it was impossible.
Of course, Musk said back that Bezos' idea can't be possible either, as he put it: "It would be like trying to build the United States in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean." It is not known yet which idea is better, it is still being researched (for both ideas).
We wish success to all.
Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 14 November 2021, at 11:31 am Los Angeles time
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