My name is Trevor Cooper and welcome to my cyber space. In this space on the Internet, I’ll be posting articles about living in space and everything else having to do with space. Of course you’ll want to hear all about my ideas for LivingInSpace, but I also want your ideas too. I need your questions so I know what to text about. I’d like to gather a community of people interested in LivingInSpace and make it happen. I have a design for a spaceship that can be built with 6 launches.
All blog posts on this site are open for discussion. Please feel free to comment and or contact me as well.
Here is the text to the questions and answers seen in the video. The text is cleaner with more detail added.
Q Will there be beer in these HotelsInSpace?
A The six restaurants will serve a wide variety of beer wine and other alcoholic beverages.
Q What will the people do when visiting the spaceships?
A Guests will have access to the ZeroGravity sections where sports and games will be played. One of the ZeroGravity sections will include interior decorations for sleeping or ZeroGravitySex. One of the ZeroGravity sections will be for sports, another for games. One of the ZeroGravity sections will be designated for science. Two of the ZeroGravity sections have not been decided yet but talk is for a day door allowing access to outside the hotel in private vehicles. The first floor has 6 licensed restaurants. We plan to cover all the walls, floor to ceiling, with iPad technology and icons to connect you to the internet. On the second floor there are 18 lounging arias for rest and relaxation in a low gravity experience. The guests sleeping units are also located on the second floor. There are six sections on the third floor with low artificial gravity for more sports and games with more lounging arias. Attached to the outer surface of the ZeroGravity section will be telescopic equipment for studding the stars and planets. When you’re at any wall you can open icons that allow you to see what the telescopes are viewing. We also plan access to the internet so all activities you do in the internet you can do at a wall.
Q Why do the gardens have such low ceilings?
A At launch time the gardens contain fuel tanks and are located on the first three floors. When we raise the ceiling in the gardens we must also raise the ceilings on the first three floors to accommodate the bigger fuel tanks. With lots of redesign, we will make those design adjustments. For accumulated reasoning, the floor on the fuel tanks may get measured at 2.5 meters.
Q Why is the third floor left as big empty rooms?
A Again, during launch the gardens, containing the fuel tanks, are located on the first three floors. The walls, beds and toiletries on the second floor and the tables and chairs on the first floor are packages for launch and during renovations will be moved to the location seen in the video. We left the third floor as empty rooms in the first video because depending on weight restrictions what we lift to fill these rooms will depend on what you the subscriber want to see on the third floor. As empty rooms there is lots of room to play but the owners will decide what we fill the rooms with.
Q How long can we stay in space?
A As guests, you can stay as long as the rent is paid. As owners you can stay as long as your ownership dictates. Your food and drink requirements will be lifted from Earth to support your stay. However, on AwayMissions the crew will stay until they die and their children take over. The crew on an AwayMission may return to Earth, if that decision is made.
Q Where did this idea of building a spaceship come from?
A In 1988, I was involved in a conversation about pollution, global warming, nuclear fallout and the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs. During that conversation, Wanda Graham said she would like to build a spaceship that her children Myriha and Glenna could take to the Asteroid Belt to mine, smelt and manufacture living accommodation on location, so if anything happened to the Earth, her children could watch it from afar. Thou it was, at that time, impossible, it became my life long goal. I began asking people in the know why it was impossible and gathered the sciences that makes it possible. Adding the 72 units is to make the adventure pay for itself with returns and dividends as HotelsInSpace made the dream become profitable for everyone who invests before we begin collecting rent.
Q Why do you feel it is possible now?
A All we need to do is build a rocket that is shaped in a way that it can be reused after reaching orbit. As I looked for ways to make that dream of mining the Asteroid Belt possible, I was told that NASA was offering to give their used External Tanks, off the shuttles, to anyone, if they could use them on location. While looking over the blue prints of the External Tanks, it quickly became obvious that the tanks were shaped wrong. With a few alterations of the design, they could be reused after reaching orbit. While watching Daily Planet, I found the Japanese were building a train that floated on magnets. This removed all friction. We could wrap these train tracks around the different sections of the spaceships to keep them attached, able to move independently, yet produce no friction or ware, removing the need for lubrication and maintenance. It also became obvious that if the External Tanks were lifted to orbital velocity, along with the Shuttle, a lot of computers and equipment could be removed from the shuttle and built in to the External Tanks. Then finally to make it profitable and lure in investors, make the spaceship usable as HotelsInSpace, able collect rent and a profit.
Robotic arms can be designed and built tough enough to mine small asteroids capture SpaceJunk or release satellites.
The robotic arms will also be used to attach, renovate and clean the HotelsInSpace before the first staff arrives to complete preparations.
So to make this dream come true, all we need to do is design and build rockets that are shaped in a way that could be reused after reaching orbit.
Q How would someone make a payment should they decide to invest in Tasha9503 and become owners of every spaceship Low in Earth’s Orbit (LEO)?
A1 Go to www.LivingInSpace.org and click Purchase. From there you will find several PayPal payment plans, allowing you to buy in and own the spaceships we build.
It is no longer possible to become the first person to take advantage of the PayPal payment plan. Someone else took the biggest risk. Someone else was first.
A2 For purchases over $10,000 go to www.LivingInSpace.org and click Contact. From there you will find information.
Q How do we sustain our selves when in space?
A1 When using the spaceships as HotelsInSpace, food, drink water and necessities, will be lifted with each guest to last the duration of that stay. Just like at the ISS or in a submarine. Air and water cleaning and conditioning equipment will be built into every floor and section of the Spaceship. Bathing and toiletry equipment is available in every unit.
A2 On an AwayMission, past the Moon, all support from Earth will be cut off except communications. The spaceship will include air scrubbers and gardens, water filters and purifiers so we can breathe and eat. The spaceship has the ability to move throughout our solar system, avoiding collisions with cosmic dust. The mini magnetosphere will protect us from solar radiation.
We will be trading all our telescopic studies with the astronomers of the world hoping they will find space dust that we are on a collision course with. As more and more spaceships pass the moon on AwayMissions they will be able to communicate with the other spaceships that we built.
It is still possible we are not able to pass the moon until after Phase 2 is complete, but if man did walk on the moon, we can pass the moon.
Q What type of people will invest in HotelsInSpace?
A Who will invest? 1) People who want to receive profit shares every time we rent a room in one of our spaceships. 2) People who want to mine Asteroids for the riches found there. 3) People who would like to holiday in space. 4) Movie producers. 5) People who want to preform scientific research in ZeroGravity. 6) People who would like to study the stars from the Asteroid Belt to add to what we see from Earth producing a bifocal view. 7) Organizations in the media who want to pay to have satellites launched at a realty reduced cost.
Q What food will the AwayMission crew eat?
A1 We will continue scouring the planet for vegetation that we can eat in full, root, stock and leaf. Like carrots, beets, celery, dandelion, Wheat grass, flax etc. As long as we can eat the plant in its entirety we will take it along. The six gardens are totally separate so we can start a spring season every two month. We can also remove two of the winter months allowing us to grow enough food to feed the crew.
A2 The bugs we take to help in the potting soil preparation aria of the gardening section.
Q Do you offer activities outside the spaceship such as floating in outer space?
A All the activities we offer are within the protection of the spaceship. As long as you’re within the spaceship and landing craft, you are within our responsibility. We can protect you from Solar Radiation and SpaceJunk. However, if you bring along your own spacesuit with maneuvering capabilities and your insurance covers such activities, we will allow you to exit the spaceship. It will be totally up to you to get back to the bay doors before your spacesuits life support gets used up. For your safety we prefer you stay inside the infrastructure.
Q What about medical facilities and emergency surgery?
A We will have pharmaceutical equipment designed and built into the servant’s quarters and the next flight down will include patients. We plan to have doctors and assistance on our staff.
Q Your intention to pay for part of the launch costs with a cargo service of lifting satellites is optimistic. 36 satellites lifted in six launches … who are the clients?
A I have been told of several satellites that were built launch ready but never launched. I have been told of other television, radio and internet services who would like to have satellites launched. I believe we will have no trouble finding 6 customers per launch, with our prices so low, even if we launch once per week.
In 2009 it cost $20,000,000 to lift one satellite.
6 satellites at $7,000,000 each saves everyone money. Smaller and lighter satellites means room for more satellites. The old way of lifting one payload per launch and dropping the hardware that got them there into the ocean has got to end.
Q How do you expect to; research, engineer, static test, integrate, test launch and get approval for live loads in under 7 years (assuming no time needed to build condos) for a monster rocket the likes which have never been built?
A The seven years I mentioned is the time it would take if funds were available today. The funds are not available today. As the funds begin rolling in, the needed studies will begin. I tell people it will take 12 years from the first subscriber to the first launch. The funds will become available slowly at first and speed up as we get closer to launch time. If the dream of all dreams came true and $7,488,000,000 landed in our bank this week, hands and heads would move, people would be hired, the math would be corrected, the tests would begin, the land would be bought, roads factories and launch pad build, taxes paid, raw materials purchased and BlaBlaBla. Money makes politicians agree. Money is the only thing stopping the production of these spaceships.
Having all the needed money would allow us to go from the dream to the first launch in seven years. We need six launches to produce one spaceship. The time it takes to produce one spaceship depends. The rockets will be produced on a factory line like an automobile so I hope we will be producing them fast and furious.
Q What are your qualifications?
A2 Da Vinci designed a parachute that 400 years later was tested and found successful. The Write Brothers did not go to aviation classes or engineering schools. Ford had a dream. These people had access to tools and equipment with a destination that they were willing to invest time and effort towards as the world laughed.
A newspaper printed an article of apology to Robert Goddard 40 years after they published the first article regarding his rocket experiments.
A2 My only qualification is my drive, my burning desire to see life evolve past the restrictions of this beautiful planet, and my experience as a business owner. The first seven year I spent on this dream, it was still impossible but I was finding the existing needed technology to get over the hurtles. It took me another five years to design all the technology into a functional piece of hardware that could be used to satisfy all the requirements while being used in space as infrastructure after finding the last of the technology.
Human Beings have walked in space, traveled in space, and currently live in space in space stations. This is far from science fiction; this is real and it’s happening now.
Traveling and LivingInSpace will be as common as airline travel is today. Years before the Wright Brothers, few actually thought that flying to and from any country in the world would be an every day occurrence.
We often have a tendency to dismiss unusual developments as something that only exists in someone else’s mind, and not as something that can actually happen. Like the oil-less light, the horseless carriage, radios, the camera, silent film, talking movies, the world was flat and Christopher did fall off the edge in 1492.
The average person has no need to travel in space, so it’s not something we think about often or realize it’s importance in the future. Now that we can lower the cost for travelling in a spaceship and LivingInSpace, we will see more people taking an interest. I am hoping people will soon see the profitability of investing in Tasha9503.
How to turn a million dollars into a one month stay in HotelsInSpace, 6 friends each pay $100,000 launch costs and chip in $166,666.66 per week or $666,666 each. that times 6 =$3,999,999.84
So for $766,666.64 someone gets a 4 week stay in space. But instead, if you own it every time we rent out a week, 25% is for profit shares.