Even in tragedy – we must keep pushing

01 Nov 2014 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 3

  1. Olav Folland 1 Nov 2014 Reply

    Everything I've heard from +Richard Branson tells me that this is his dream and everything he's done up to this point has led to this. I can't imagine him backing down.

    And yeah, space is hard. Very hard. Everything about it is poised to kill you if you make the slightest mistake, or dare underestimate it even a little. Even if you do everything right, the risks are still enormous.

    But the gains are even more enormous, and for the sake of our future – or more appropriately our children's children's future, we must.

  2. Brent Burzycki 1 Nov 2014 Reply

    I cannot either and I can see him fully taking care of all involved and families etc…

    +Olav Folland​ read The Martian by Andy weir…. That truly shows the issues with space and it's an awesome read…

  3. Olav Folland 1 Nov 2014 Reply

    +Brent Burzycki I'd work for him in a heartbeat if my skills were useful, etc.

    I'm a Arthur C Clarke fan because even when he breaks from physics, it's generally fairly well-grounded theoretical physics but I'll check Andy out 🙂

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