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Gentlemen prefer blondes.
Obviously many religious sectors of the community will be bring their creed into space, for many it is a continuation of a prophecy that has been fabled for hundreds and perhaps thousands of years. The religion of Rastafari for many is the walk of life's path towards the maintenance of love, the love which emanates in this universe from the seat of the Constellation of Leo which is the mainland of Africa's origin of DECLINATION.
The journey into the desert for what started out for many Jewish people, Palestinians, Iraqi's, Iranian's Kurdistan's and many other tribes and clans was to find the water of clarification in that life doe's time unravel to show the mechanics of life. It is in the desert when the humble man speaks to life that he becomes a man. In many Rastafarian home's it is for the father banish the son out into the street to begin his journey as a man, which is the start of the quest to align with his waters.
In the desert the hair doth grow long,the Jewish orthodox men still do their knowledge as such. In Rastafari we call the hair growth of this learning dread locks.
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Clouds of charged particles move along the pulsar's magnetic field lines (blue) and create a lighthouse-like beam of gamma rays (purple) in this illustration.
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Peter Tosh / Wanted dread and alive
Burning Spear / Old Marcus Garvey
Burning Spear / Follow Marcus Garvey
Burning Spear / Marcus Garvey
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Obviously many people travelling as tourists will want some sort of enjoyment added to the initial experience of circling the planet multiple times daily, perhaps parties in low earth orbit will be among the first tourist regular activities, low earth orbit platforms are not yet showing any immediate plans for space hotels capable of supporting 100 guests, but, it is certainly possible to build a hotel for geosynchronous orbit.
Richard Branson has the facility available to deliver and collect from a Low Earth orbit, and Skylon has the payload delivery facility, perhaps soon a company will propose a space hotel plan for the enjoyment of 21st century party people. Obviously smoking would be strictly prohibited, but, alcohol would certainly be an interesting prospect for love makers in a micro gravity environment.
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Ben E King / Stand by me
Stand by me / Song around the world
Many people are eagerly anticipating advertisements from the travel agencies that offer space holidays. The sort of space holidays that would become available initially would obviously have facilities for civilians to enjoy basic enjoyable experience's. Those experience's could range from journeys to the moon to see historic landing sites of previous astronaught mission's. They could perhaps be journeys to show civilians modern construction work on the moon for science and colony base resource, obviously 250, 000 miles to the moon isn't a long journey at 100, 000 miles per hour, but, a moon port for tourists and a hotel type complex would be an attractive opportunity for an exciting Holiday.
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Shirley Bassey / Moonraker
James Bond / Moonraker
Shirley Bassey / Moonraker
The pornographic industry would certainly be interested in filming micro gravity sex. I guess it would certainly be an interesting film.
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A lot of film's have been made in Hollywood studio's, when photography developed the ability to fast frame picture's the cinema had arrived, for thousands of year's the modern western world had been waiting for an accurate description of story telling device's, as soon as the camera could use reel motion thousand's of years of knowledge that had been waiting to be spoken was released into film. Obviously the film's varied from type of situation to drama and the art of story telling still evolves as a method of which to unravel story.
One thing is for certain, we are still learning the method's...
Passenger 57 Wesley Snipes...
Hopefully Wesley's agent wasn't doing the sum's on tax declaration day...
With the development of an immunity to micro gravity effect pill the NASA bed rest study will not be a necessity for deep space travellers and stag and hen parties could be a big spender for people getting ready to marry among the stars!!!
Scrubs / Guy love
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I do wonder what government would actually start the empirical science data collection for testing zero and micro gravity effects on men's reproductive systems as well as a woman's, men's testicle's drop at an early age, but, would they continue dropping and would the penis continue growing inside a different envelope of water atmospherics?
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Astronomy passenger flight experience's have recently been given a huge boost for civilian star watching opportunities, I expect the demand for low earth orbit astronomy experiences would be among the most popular initial birthday gifts as as well as presents for loved ones and friends.
The Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA), a joint program by NASA and the German Aerospace Center, achieved a major milestone May 26, with its first in-flight night observations.
The highly modified SOFIA Boeing 747SP jetliner fitted with a 100-inch diameter reflecting telescope took off from its home base at the Aircraft Operations Facility in Palmdale, Calif., of NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center. The in-flight personnel consisted of an international crew from NASA, the Universities Space Research Association in Columbia, Md., Cornell University and the German SOFIA Institute (DSI) in Stuttgart. During the nearly eight-hour flight, at altitudes up to 35,000 feet, the crew of 10 scientists, astronomers, engineers and technicians gathered telescope performance data at consoles in the aircraft's main cabin.
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Similar experiences could be available on converted NASA x-37 space planes for groups of people and could easily cater for moon observatory orbit viewing, close viewing of moon landing sites and a reasonably thorough tour of lunar areas such as ancient ocean basins and new crater regions. With technology advancing as it is, close viewing of planetoid surfaces could be as soon as 20 years away.
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For those of you who need to do the sums with what is available now using refueling methods that are being practiced today these comparison's coupled with the calculators on the side of the page will help you plan your dreams now...
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Measurement 747-100B 747-200B 747-300 747-400
Cockpit Crew Three Two
Typical seating capacity 452 (2-class)
366 (3-class) 496 (2-class)
412 (3-class) 524 (2-class)
416 (3-class) 467 (3-class)
Length 231 ft 10 in (70.6 m) 250 ft 2 in (76.3 m)
Wingspan 195 ft 8 in (59.6 m) 211 ft 5 in (64.4 m) 224 ft 7 in (68.5 m)
Tail height 63 ft 5 in (19.3 m) 63 ft 8 in (19.4 m) 63 ft 6 in (19.4 m)
Operating empty weight 358,000 lb
(162,400 kg) 383,000 lb
(174,000 kg) 392,800 lb
(178,100 kg) 393,263 lb
ER: 406,900 lb
(184,600 kg) 472,900 lb
Maximum takeoff weight 735,000 lb
(333,390 kg) 833,000 lb
(377,842 kg) 875,000 lb
ER: 910,000 lb
(412,775 kg) 975,000 lb
(at 35,000 ft altitude) Mach 0.84
(555 mph, 893 km/h, 481 knots ) Mach 0.85
(567 mph, 913 km/h, 493 kn)
ER: Mach 0.855
(570 mph, 918 km/h, 495 kn) Mach 0.855
(570 mph, 918 km/h, 495 kn)
Maximum speed Mach 0.89
(594 mph, 955 km/h, 516 kn) Mach 0.92
(614 mph, 988 km/h, 533 kn)
Required runway at MTOW* 10,466 ft (3,190 m) 10,893 ft (3,320 m) 9,902 ft (3,018 m)
ER: 10,138 ft (3,090 m) 10,138 ft (3,090 m)
at MTOW 5,300 nmi
(9,800 km) 6,850 nmi
(12,700 km) 6,700 nmi
(12,400 km) 7,260 nmi
ER: 7,670 nmi
(14,205 km) 8,000 nmi
Max. fuel capacity 48,445 U.S. gal
(40,339 imp gal/183,380 L) 52,410 U.S. gal
(43,640 imp gal/199,158 L) 57,285 U.S. gal
(47,700 imp gal/216,840 L)
ER: 63,705 U.S. gal
(53,045 imp gal/241,140 L) 64,225 U.S. gal
(53,478 imp gal/243,120 L)
Engine models (x 4) PW JT9D-7A/-7F/-7J
RR RB211-524B2 PW JT9D-7R4G2
RR RB211-524D4 PW JT9D-7R4G2
RR RB211-524D4 PW 4062
ER: GE CF6-80C2B5F GEnx-2B67
Engine thrust (per engine) PW 46,500 lbf
RR 50,100 lbf
(223 kN) PW 54,750 lbf (244 kN)
GE 52,500 lbf (234 kN)
RR 53,000 lbf
(236 kN) PW 54,750 lbf
GE 55,640 lbf
RR 53,000 lbf (236 kN) PW 63,300 lbf (282 kN)
GE 62,100 lbf (276 kN)
RR 59,500/60,600 lbf (265/270 kN)
ER: GE 62,100 lbf
(276 kN) 66,500 lbf
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The SOFIA science web address.
Boeing 747 airplane class.
Passenger flight in this era will be changing in national airspace because of modern technology as well, though many of the recent space planes that have been developed are pre flight programmed they are in effect still man rated, the robot drones totally out of order concept represent a serious national security risk aswell as a space hazard for any developing payload experts. The utility to use cargo flight controlled planes is perhaps debatable because as usual companies want to save money as opposed to saving jobs and building proper sustainable economic infrastructure.
THE OLD BUSINESS SAYING WAS 'WE CAN DO IT, WE CAN DO IT, WE CAN DO THAT, WE CAN DO THIS', but, the truth is that with robot development 'WE CAN'T', a serious problem for explorers and pioneers is that desk loiterors do not overstand the surfacing problems.
Opposing robotic flight paths.
Hopefully though the president has forseen the problems with remote control robot flight paths, and opposition to them flying sorties in America will be successful.
FAA under pressure to open US skies to drones
WASHINGTON — Unmanned aircraft have proved their usefulness and reliability in the war zones of Afghanistan and Iraq. Now the pressure's on to allow them in the skies over the United States.
The Federal Aviation Administration has been asked to issue flying rights for a range of pilotless planes to carry out civilian and law-enforcement functions but has been hesitant to act. Officials are worried that they might plow into airliners, cargo planes and corporate jets that zoom around at high altitudes, or helicopters and hot air balloons that fly as low as a few hundred feet off the ground.
On top of that, these pilotless aircraft come in a variety of sizes. Some are as big as a small airliner, others the size of a backpack. The tiniest are small enough to fly through a house window.
The obvious risks have not deterred the civilian demand for pilotless planes. Tornado researchers want to send them into storms to gather data. Energy companies want to use them to monitor pipelines. State police hope to send them up to capture images of speeding cars' license plates. Local police envision using them to track fleeing suspects.
Like many robots, the planes have advantages over humans for jobs that are dirty, dangerous or dull. And the planes often cost less than piloted aircraft and can stay aloft far longer.
"There is a tremendous pressure and need to fly unmanned aircraft in (civilian) airspace," Hank Krakowski, FAA's head of air traffic operations, told European aviation officials recently. "We are having constant conversations and discussions, particularly with the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security, to figure out how we can do this safely with all these different sizes of vehicles."
There are two types of unmanned planes: Drones, which are automated planes programmed to fly a particular mission, and aircraft that are remotely controlled by someone on the ground, sometimes from thousands of miles away.
Last year, the FAA promised defense officials it would have a plan this year. The agency, which has worked on this issue since 2006, has reams of safety regulations that govern every aspect of civilian aviation but is just beginning to write regulations for unmanned aircraft.
"I think industry and some of the operators are frustrated that we're not moving fast enough, but safety is first," Krakowski said in an interview. "This isn't Afghanistan. This isn't Iraq. This is a part of the world that has a lot of light airplanes flying around, a lot of business jets."
One major concern is the prospect of lost communication between unmanned aircraft and the operators who remotely control them. Another is a lack of firm separation of aircraft at lower altitudes, away from major cities and airports. Planes entering these areas are not required to have collision warning systems or even transponders. Simply being able to see another plane and take action is the chief means of preventing accidents.
The Predator B, already in use for border patrol, can fly for 20 hours without refueling, compared with a helicopter's average flight time of just over two hours. Homeland Security wants to expand their use along the borders of Mexico and Canada, and along coastlines for spotting smugglers of drugs and illegal aliens. The Coast Guard wants to use them for search and rescue.
The National Transportation Safety Board held a forum in 2008 on safety concerns associated with pilotless aircraft after a Predator crashed in Arizona. The board concluded the ground operator remotely controlling the plane had inadvertently cut off the plane's fuel.
Texas officials, including Gov. Rick Perry, Sens. Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, and Rep. Henry Cuellar, have been leaning on the FAA to approve requests to use unmanned aircraft along the Texas-Mexico border.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has told lawmakers that safety concerns are behind the delays. Cornyn is blocking a Senate confirmation vote on President Barack Obama's nominee for the No. 2 FAA job, Michael Huerta, to keep the pressure on.
Other lawmakers want an overall plan to speed up use of the planes beyond the border. A bill approved by the Senate gives FAA a year to come up with a plan; a House version extends the deadline until Sept. 30, 2013, but directs the transportation secretary to give unmanned aircraft permission to fly before the plan is complete, if that can be done safely.
Marion Blakey, a former FAA administrator and president of the Aerospace Industries Association, whose members include unmanned aircraft developers, said the agency has been granting approvals on a case by case basis but the pace is picking up.
Some concerns will be alleviated when the FAA moves from a radar-based air traffic control system to one based on GPS technology. Then, every aircraft will be able to advise controllers and other aircraft of their location continually. However, that's a decade off.
Michael Barr, a University of Southern California aviation safety instructor, said the matter should not be rushed.
"All it takes is one catastrophe," Barr said. "They'll investigate, find they didn't do it correctly, there'll be an outcry and it will set them back years."
Recent News from the Whitehouse suggests that the president has a watchful attitude to the sort of defence policy needed to enforce this generation of travel airspace safety.
HOPEFULLY THOSE OF YOU INVOLVED WITH POLITICS WILL BE VIGILANT AGAINST THE IMMINENT THREAT OF TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT WHICH IS TENDING TO LEAN TOWARDS THE FAVOUR OF TERRORISM, I MYSELF AM FRIGHTENED AT THE THOUGHT THAT WE HAVE NOT RESRICTED ACCESS TO THE SORT OF TECHNOLOGY WHICH HAS EASY CAPABILITY TO RAIN HAVOC AND MAYHEM ON OUR CITIES FROM THE SKY WHICH WAS ONCE THE INSPIRATION OF OUR SAFE HAVEN.
GOD BLESS THE PRESIDENT.
GOD BLESS AMERICA.
The National Security Strategy, released May 27, 2010, lays out a strategic approach for advancing American interests, including the security of the American people, a growing U.S. economy, support for our values, and an international order that can address 21st century challenges.
•Read the full National Security Strategy (pdf) at the whitehouse blog
Administration also intends to provide $5 billion in assistance through the Shared Security Partnership over the next several years to enhance the ability of our partners to improve their own security and work with us to defeat terrorism worldwide.
Strengthen Our Bio and Nuclear Security
Attacks using improvised nuclear devices or biological weapons, as well as outbreaks of a pandemic disease, pose a serious and increasing national security risk, We will focus on reducing the risk of these high-consequence, nontraditional threats:
•Ensuring that decision-makers have the tools they need to manage disease outbreaks by linking health care providers, hospitals, and public health agencies. By building on America's unparalleled talent and through international partnerships, we can create new drugs, vaccines, and diagnostic tests, and manufacture them more quickly and efficiently.
Gathering, analyzing, and effectively sharing intelligence is vital to the security of the United States. In order to prevent threats, including those from terrorism, we will strengthen intelligence collection to identify and interdict those who intend to do us harm. The information we collect must be analyzed as well as shared, and we must invest in our analytic capabilities and our capacity to share intelligence across all levels of government. As we grow our intelligence capabilities, the President is also committed to strengthening efforts to protect the privacy and civil rights of all Americans.
Ensuring a Secure Global Digital Information and Communications Infrastructure
•Soon after taking office, the President called for a comprehensive review of the security and resiliency of the global digital infrastructure, a top priority in his administration.
Ensuring the resilience of our critical infrastructure is vital to homeland security. Working with the private sector and government partners at all levels will develop an effective, holistic, critical infrastructure protection and resiliency plan that centers on invest¬ments in business, technology, civil society, government, and education. We will invest in our Nation's most pressing short and long-term infrastructure needs, including modernizing our electrical grid; upgrading our highway, rail, maritime, and aviation infrastructure; enhancing security within our chemical and nuclear sectors; and safeguarding the public transportation systems that Americans use every day.
Pursue Comprehensive Transborder Security
To address transnational threats effectively, we must take a comprehensive approach to securing our borders, including working with international partners, state and local governments, and the private sector. The President supports efforts to develop and deploy technology to maximize port security without causing economic disruption, and enhancing the security of key transportation networks—including surface, air, and maritime networks—that connect our nation and the world. However, we must also work to address issues such as immigration that are directly related to our ability to effectively secure our borders.
Ensure Effective Incident Management
I envisage that many passengers will be travelling to planetoids to train for sporting events. I think particularly that denser atmospheres will be good for stamina and could easily visualise colonies designed specifically for sportman to train on. For instance the ice covered regions of Europa would be excellent for ice hockey training sportman, figure skaters could improve dexterity with gravity variations, speed skaters could certainly increase flux. Bobsleders, husky dogs, skiers, and cross country skiers would all be people to advance their game on other planets. It could perhaps be easy to envisage the 'Europa games' becoming a popular sporting event or even weekly coverage. It would certainly be very interesting playing golf with such gravity variations.
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