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  1. “Turn the space program into a REAL race for the top and let it be funded by private businesses.”

    Yes, agree with this 100%. Because when this happens, private enterprise will dismiss the EXPENSIVE futility of sending a human to uninhabitable places like “Mars” to do what artificial intelligence can do at a much more affordable costs.

    If the ultimate goal of man is to populate other planets, it will take hundreds, if not thousands of technology-years to get there. “Project Genesis” will require robot inhabitation well before the first human footprint arrives.

  2. I generally agree with a more libertarian approach to space, as a social conservative.
    As a social conservative, I generally agree with any chance to take a cheap shot or expensive shot at libertarians.


    Because experience has proven that if you’re nice to libertarians, they attack you. Hit them first, and they have good manners.
    I wish it were not so, but I cannot change libertarians, only they can change themselves.

    • Really? I generally find that if you leave libertarians alone, which is what they want, they are pretty nice. Try it.

      • I have tried it. I’m walking along, doing my little political bit, not trying to be offensive to any body but liberals, and even not most of them…..SMACK. Some Libertarian is screeching about how if the socons would just shut up…

        I’ve tried to be nice to libertarians, and they bite my hand, and start demanding ridiculous things. Its not enough that I might agree ninety percent, oh no, I have to agree entirely and confess my sins.

        There is one libertarian site where they put up a list of ideas, and I agreed with 93% of them. But still I was a statist nanny-stater, and probably a theocrat.

        Now on a personal level, yeah, Libertarians are fairly decent, which is what your reply seems to be about.