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5 Near Earth Asteroids=100 Trillion $ (USD)

  • Myleso
  • uploaded: Oct 1, 2011
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Some near earth asteroids contain up to 20 Trillion $ in USD. 500 large Near Earth Asteroids at $10 Trillion $ each is 5000 Trillion. 20,000 mid sized asteroids valued at 250 Billion is 5000 Trillion. There are practically an infinite number of asteroids in the universe, in fact this solar system is small compared to the really large solar systems, the universe is always creating new star systems.

Bill Gates spends millions investing into toxic genetically modified corn to grow ethanol, when hemp produces 6-10 times more ethanol per acre in comparison, and is a lot less energy intensive. Bill Gates is selling the global warming hoax to the public.

I don't want rocket fuel in the organic food I buy do you?

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  • Myleso#

    Myleso October 1, 2011 11:44:32 PM CEST

    Meteors are linked with the emergence of precious metals on our planet. According to the British and Swiss scientists, 200 million years after its formation, the Earth has been heavily bombarded by meteorites. Along with the asteroid matter the planet was hit with precious metals like gold, silver and platinum.http://english.pravda.ru/science/earth/26-09-2011/119156-meteor_shower-0/

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    Myleso October 1, 2011 7:05:54 PM CEST

    Attachment techniques in microgravityOne of the main challenges of dealing with an asteroid, whether it be probes or mining, is working in the microgravity environment. We have little experience in this. Once we gain some experimental experience, we will develop some routine techniques, and the first to gain experience will get some valuable patents. However, we have very little experience in microgravity to date, especially as regards something like an asteroid.So far, the alternatives considered by various studies for surface attachment and mobility on, in and around an asteroid are:Just relying on the microgravity and moving around ballistically ("hoppers"), by wheels or by crawling using a claw device (the claw in turn having many potential designs...)Attaching a net and moving around along its cablesOne penetrator attachment, and moving around by rigid crane, or ballistically by tether and winchTwo penetrator attachments with two loose tethers and winches, and move from location to location by moving one of the penetrators at a timeThree penetrator attachments with winches, holding device tightly down to the asteroid by tension of three cablesUsing propellant to fly around from spot to spotMagnetic attachment (iron rich asteroid)Tunnelling in and pushing against opposite walls for wheels, treads or crawlingPenetrator attachments can be one or more of the following:Simple spikeHarpoon with retractable catchScrew device - helical drill http://www.permanent.com/a-overvw.htm

  • Myleso#

    Myleso October 1, 2011 7:05:25 PM CEST

    One should fully understand the environment in which we are working.An asteroid the size of a domed football stadium filled with ore (roughly equivalent to 100 meters wide, tall and long), contains 2,000,000 tons of material. (In comparison, the space shuttle has maximum capacity of less than 30 tons.)The surface gravity of this 100 meter asteroid would be practically zero -- less than one ten-thousandth that of the Moon. The excape velocity would be around 0.3 kilometers per hour (0.2 miles per hour), or 0.1 meter per second. Drop an object at arm's length and it would take 5 minutes to fall to the ground.If you have an asteroid double the size and hence seven times the mass, the gravity only doubles at its surface (since the surface is further from the center of mass).This means that you don't launch and land on an asteroid the same way you do on the Moon, and you use propellant differently. Landing and relaunching using just a locking spring is not a bad idea, for example.Material can be moved around easily, and structures erected don't have to be concerned about gravity, only operational stresses. http://www.permanent.com/a-mining.htm

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