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P. McRell
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Meet the CEO of Elon Musk's 760mph Hyperloop transportation company


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VIDEO: TED2015 yesterday showed this "fast grow" 3D technique that looks more like sci-fi than reality when you see the counterintuitive video below...but it actually works and has some profound advantages over existing tech

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VIDEO: TED2015 yesterday showed this "fast grow" 3D technique that looks more like sci-fi than reality when you see the counterintuitive video below...but it actually works and has some profound advantages over existing tech.

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VIDEO: TED2015 yesterday showed this "fast grow" 3D technique that looks more like sci-fi than reality when you see the counterintuitive video below...but it actually works and has some profound advantages over existing tech.

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Buzz is right: we can get to Mars faster, cheaper; and with more permanence by focusing on one-way missions.
Buzz Aldrin showed his support for a permanent human settlement on Mars before the U.S. Senate's Subcommittee on Space, Science and Competitiveness. Check out this interesting article for more information! http://mars.social/pzjqqm - NBC News
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NASA's last CTO has a strong opinion on Mars One and its technical/scientific challenges 

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NASA's last CTO is concerned that the cynics of the future are winning...

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NASA's last CTO has a strong opinion on Mars One

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Not a movie set - but the kind of aesthetic 100 people at a time might experience on their way to Mars in the 20's if Elon is successful with Falcon Heavy/MCT/re-usable rockets in the next few years
NASA's Next Space Race: SpaceX vs. Boeing ... BELOW: The inside of SpaceX's Dragon V2, designed to take seven crewmembers to space. ... "Two American spaceflight companies are quietly competing in a space race for the new era.

SpaceX and Boeing are vying to become the first private firms to fly astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA sometime in 2017. NASA chose both companies as part of the agency's commercial crew program, which may effectively end NASA's current sole reliance on Russian vehiclesto get astronauts to and from the orbiting outpost. ..."

MORE: http://www.space.com/28411-spacex-boeing-nasa-space-race.html
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Who cares about consumer goods - this is the real threat to Western dominance...
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