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Will we evolve in these spaceships?

Slowly, but every day, the Earth gets big­ger. Lit­tle Mete­orites rain down every day. Our Mag­ne­tos­phere sucks in clouds of plasma, cool­ing it to gas, liq­uid and solids, every hour, so Earth changes. And slowly over the gen­er­a­tions, the DNA reshapes the body to make life eas­ier. Every now and then a BIG rock hits Earth and alters its spin, orbit and grav­i­ta­tion. The DNA strug­gles to 1) sur­vive, 2) repro­duce and 3) make it easier.

What will our DNA do after mov­ing into these Space­ships? When a crew of 12 peo­ple pass our moon and it takes 15 years to reach the Aster­oid Belt. Dur­ing that time, all twelve peo­ple spend time in all 6 arti­fi­cial grav­ity zones, between zero and two times the grav­ity at sea level on Earth. Dur­ing the tenth year, all six women get preg­nant. Is the DNA so fast that it will have begun reshap­ing the human body this gen­er­a­tion? The veg­eta­bles (food) will have gone through 10 gen­er­a­tions and may be show­ing any changes if any are tak­ing place. After Humans have spent 10 gen­er­a­tions within one of these space­ships, will the human body take on a new shape? A shape that makes life eas­ier under the new conditions.

The humans and plants will be grow­ing in a dif­fer­ent place with dif­fer­ent con­di­tions than here on Earth. The atmos­pheric pres­sure will be lower like it was a cou­ple of bil­lion years ago on Earth. The level of arti­fi­cial grav­ity will be fluc­tu­at­ing like it NEVER did on Earth. How will our DNA react? Will our feet grow to help us sta­bi­lize our bod­ies on these curved floors? Will our chest cav­i­ties grow or shrink due to the cho­sen lev­els of atmos­pheric gasses within these space­ships? Will our brains increase in size because we teach the chil­dren to read as they learn to talk and have them read every day, all their lives show­ing by example.

Can we humans, with the help of visual stim­u­la­tion show our DNA a mew shape for our bod­ies to evolve into?

These Space­ships are our next evo­lu­tion­ary step. We will never have to run from fear. We will never go hun­gry. Our brains will be used like never before. Life with in these space­ships on away mis­sions will be very sim­ple. The only dif­fi­culty will be stick­ing to the rules. Rules like who repro­duces with who and when. Rules like sleep­ing and eat­ing pat­terns. Rules like mak­ing time to read every day, so every­one knows how to repro­duce all the needed parts of the space­ship. Rules like spend­ing time search­ing for space dust on a col­li­sion course with this and other space­ships, and shar­ing new­found space dust tra­jec­to­ries with all the other spaceships.

We will be grow­ing our food within the space­ship. We will be tak­ing the space­ship to the rocks we will be min­ing. The robotic arms will be min­ing the Aster­oids and pass­ing the mate­r­ial into the space­ship. The humans will be smelt­ing and man­u­fac­tur­ing within the spaceships.

some of the changes the DNA have made to the design of the human body are known but future changes will remain unknown until t is part of our history.

Now let’s look at the DNA in an other space­ship that went to a dif­fer­ent loca­tion in our solar sys­tem. Hav­ing the DNA suf­fer­ing all the same con­di­tions but with dif­fer­ent food, will they make the same deci­sions? Will the DNA reshape the human body in this space­ship the same as it reshapes the human body in that space­ship? Look at the dif­fer­ences in the human species here on earth. Peo­ple sep­a­rated by con­ti­nents look dif­fer­ent. In ten gen­er­a­tions, the peo­ple in one space­ship may not be able to repro­duce with the peo­ple in other space­ships. I assume they will for hun­dreds of gen­er­a­tions and for­ever if the space­ships meet and the blood line mixed.

What’s in these spaceships?

Start­ing in the restau­rants, top floor, we call the first floor, look at the coun­ters. Under the coun­ters you will find a few fridges and freez­ers for food. You will also find dry goods for food prepa­ra­tion. We only show a few sinks in this first video but will have more. Adding more as puke col­lec­tors the Vomit Comet sug­gests. With the sinks you will find water sep­a­ra­tors. Watered poured down the drain will go through the first of many water sep­a­ra­tors. Remove some of the water here and putting it back for the taps send­ing the rest of the water and stuff down to the Jer­stub to be taken to the gar­den­ing sec­tion for fur­ther sep­a­ra­tion.
This is where you come in. We need your sub­scrip­tion of $25/week so we can afford to build these parts.
Under the coun­ters you will also find air con­di­tion­ers for adding or remov­ing humid­ity, car­bon diox­ide, oxy­gen and other ele­ments.
This is also another space to place redun­dant mem­ory stor­age devices for the computers.

Plumb­ing, wiring, mem­ory stor­age and fibre optics can also be found under the coun­ters.
The plumb­ing is also con­nected to the ele­va­tors, we call upper and lower Jefrstub, for mov­ing liq­uid, solid waste and mem­ory to the other sec­tions of the space­ship. All this con­nect to the Dock­ing Bays for trans­fer­ring it to and from the land­ing crafts.

This again is where you come in. We need your sub­scrip­tion of $25/week so we can afford to build these parts.

Look­ing at the benches on the sec­ond floor you will find within them stor­age places, air fil­ters, water treat­ment equip­ment, as well as wiring and plumb­ing and mem­ory stor­age devices.
Again we need your $25/week to afford these parts.

Going down to the third floor, again you will find benches. The benches on the third floor will run the full length of the walls they are attached to in the next video, to allow more room for air and water puri­fiers. Some believe we will not need so many air and water puri­fiers but we have room for redun­dancy and will take advan­tage of every­thing we can to make these HotelsIn­Space safe for all guests.
When the first space­ship passes the moon on an AwayMis­sion, we want to know that with a lit­tle main­te­nance, these ships can last 2000 years or more.

Within the Jefrstub’s, sep­a­rate from the pas­sen­ger sec­tion, there will be pumps and tanks to assist in the trans­port of liq­uids and gasses to and from the three sep­a­rate sec­tions of the space­ship as well as to and from the land­ing crafts.
Once we get a bunch more Sub­scribers, buy­ing $25/week of these space­ships, big money will be invested. For $2,000,000, any­one can buy the use of one unit for one week every year we have one space­ship at Earth. When we have two here, you will own the use of the unit for 2 weeks every year. We will have 10 space­ships before one leaves on an AwayMis­sion so if you buy the use on one unit for 6 weeks for $12,000,000 when we have ten orbit­ing Earth, you will own the use of one unit for 52 weeks a year and you also own a sec­ond unit for 8 weeks every year for friends or rent. We will be rent­ing the units out for $1,000,000/week. If you do not use your time share you can rent it to whomever for how­ever much you can. Or Tasha9503 rents it out and your share is 25%

Big money will get a big return.
Lit­tle money will get a lit­tle return.
No money could get a return.
Invest­ing your ser­vices get the best return.
It is some of you we will be hir­ing.
We need a $100,000 web­site built and if your com­pany builds it as trade for part of our adver­tis­ing bud­get, it is the same as you invest­ing the $100,000 and we pay some­one else. There are lots of com­pa­nies who could build the site.
If your com­pany pro­duces $100,000 worth of adver­tis­ing for trade and owns that much of tasha9503, your name will appear on or Con­trib­u­tors.
Tax dol­lars will not build these space­ships so it is up to you indi­vid­u­als.
Tasha9503 has the design, you have the money.
You invest and you own it, with time and profit shares.
Your money built the Inter­na­tional Space Sta­tion (ISS), but who owns it?
Your dol­lars built the deliv­ery ship that built and sup­plies the ISS.
Did one of you win a trip on any of the launches?
Humans liv­ing off the Earth might be the next evo­lu­tion­ary step.

Do the math with me and build real spaceships with me.

At one time, I was told we had 7,500,000,000 peo­ple on planet Earth, 50% of them alive today will never know we built space­ships. 25% will laugh for it is still an impos­si­ble dream; one per­cent will laugh so hard they will tell 1,000 peo­ple who would not have heard of Tasha9503 oth­er­wise, but each of those will tell two peo­ple. 10 per­cent will never get in a plane or a rocket ship. 5% will never invest in any­thing the Wright Broth­ers had any­thing to do with. 1% will fight against this evo­lu­tion­ary leap. 0.1% will rent APla­ceIn­Space­To­Play. Then 0.001% will under­stand how this and that part works. Then 0.000,01% will want to own the space­ships Tasha9503 puts in space. Finally the 0.000,12% per­cent of the fam­i­lies will buy in, and own by click­ing ‘Sub­scribe‘. Who will be next? A Lawyer, a bus dri­ver, an ani­ma­tion cor­po­ra­tions? A house wife, a col­lage grad, or an exec­u­tive, a Min­ing Cor­po­ra­tion that buys between 10% and 25% of every space­ship Tasha9503 builds? Please sub­scribe so we can get off the ground.
I could whine about why I can­not afford to build these space­ships, these HotelsIn­Space, but I would rather sell you 85% of the space­ships we launch so that we can afford to mass pro­duce and then begin to pay you time and profit shares?
Last chance. If you want us to build these space­ships so you can pay rent, you want to let other peo­ple invest, own and col­lect, tell 10,000 inter­net friends two or three time and give them the chance to invest.
I’m only keep­ing 15% so when I die my chil­dren are taken care of, on or off this beau­ti­ful planet.

Maybe you want to invest your efforts rather than your money?
Con­tact us. Add a con­tact link in your comment.

Who wants to own these spaceships.

When robots were intro­duced to Amer­ica, they were attack­ing us, movie mad­ness.
Japan made them a gift to ManKind, toys.
Canada made them use­ful in space, the robotic arm.
When space­ships were intro­duced to ManKind, they were attack­ing us, War of the Worlds.
The first space­ships known to ManKind will be Man­Made.
Tasha9503 has one ready to be built but we need your $25/weekly sub­scrip­tion.
We need a min­ing cor­po­ra­tion to buy 25% and begin min­ing the Aster­oid Belt for gold, nickel, cop­per and every other ele­ment found ear­lier than planned.
We need a sports orga­ni­za­tion to buy 4% and take advan­tage of our 2g sec­tion.
We need a movie cor­po­ra­tion to buy 8% and orga­nize the use of one of the 0g sec­tions.
A gov­ern­ment may buy any per­cent they want.
Com­pa­nies like Face­book could buy 51%
You can buy as much as you want up to 85%
Why do you think we can’t make these space­ships? Tell us in a com­ment.
We are sell­ing time and profit shares to peo­ple like you.
Tasha9503 can’t afford the prop­erty, build the roads or fac­to­ries, launch pad, and pay util­i­ties.
Not till Tasha9503 opens your first space­ship for rent.
You know the story, if you read all the Archives.
Do you want to own time and profit shares?
Tasha9503 can do it with your money.
With the explo­sion of tech­nol­ogy today, in the seven years till we get off the ground, the view­ing we gave in the first video will be out­dated.
With your money we will show the progress with a sec­ond walk through, more user friendly, video.
New sci­ences, activ­i­ties and com­mu­ni­ca­tion with inte­rior dec­o­ra­tions will be drawn into the video.

As more peo­ple sub­mit draw­ings we can show you ideas for the third floor and Zero­Grav­ity sections.

You are the first gen­er­a­tion to be able to own a space­ship.
Prob­a­bly the only gen­er­a­tion able to buy a space­ship, unless you wait for your chil­dren you design phase 2 that raps around floor five and attaches to the robotic arms tracks.
Once we open for rent, no new own­ers. It’s pay­back time. Time shares for some and profit shares for all.

What a spaceship must do.

A space­ship must be fun.
How would you dec­o­rate the inte­rior of these HotelsIn­Space?
We want to cover the walls with touch con­trol mon­i­tors.
What toys would you design into these Space­ships?
A space­ship must pro­tect its inhab­i­tants from the state of ele­ments in the sur­round­ings. The sur­round­ings are filled with ele­ments in the plasma state at or above 27,000 degrees hot. Between the plasma there is also space at freez­ing tem­per­a­tures, unless a space dust passes. We must sur­vive every encounter. The mag­net­ism of this design pro­tects us from the plasma and the robotic arms pro­tect us from the space dust. Insu­la­tion pro­tects us from tem­per­a­ture fluc­tu­a­tion.
A space­ship has to sup­port life with no help from a planet. The spin cre­ates arti­fi­cial grav­ity to elim­i­nate bone and mus­cle degra­da­tion so our bod­ies don’t turn week. Toi­lets work with grav­ity. Treat­ment that makes soil out of human excre­ment is needed to grow the plants in. Atmos­pheric and water clean­ing facil­i­ties must be built in.
A space­ship has to have a sec­tion of Zero­Grav­ity for fun, sci­ence and sex. Attach­ing the two sec­tions (Grav­ityAndNo­Grav­ity) demands lubri­ca­tion. Japan­ese MAGlev tech­nol­ogy removes the fric­tion and need for lubri­ca­tion.
A space­ship must feed its crew. There has to be room to grow the food the crew eats.
It must be pos­si­ble to per­form main­te­nance on every sec­tion of the space­ship. And we must be able to col­lect needed and wanted mate­r­ial from the sur­round­ing space.
A space­ship has to be prof­itable. Every launch costs money and prof­its can be made.
To pro­duce investors, a promise of a return on invest­ment is needed. A clien­tèle to rent the units within the space­ship to on an ongo­ing bases. A space­ship needs a health mon­i­tor­ing ser­vice such as doc­tors with equip­ment. A space­ship must last a long time. The life time expectancy must exceed 2000 years. We may need that time to har­vest the needed mate­r­ial to repro­duce other space­ships. If it takes a lot of years to get there, we don’t want the space­ship to wear out on route. A space­ship must con­tain the needed tools to man­u­fac­ture the equip­ment to re-produce itself. The robotic arms must be man­u­fac­tured within the space­ship so as they wear out while min­ing the Aster­oids, they can be main­tained and replaced. A space­ship must have propul­sion. A space­ship must be able to speed up, slow down, change direc­tions.
There must be a busi­ness that builds space­ships.
It took 50 years and here we are.

http://tasha9503.com/Business%20Plan.pdf

http://livinginspace.org/living_in_space_contributors

Sto­ries about all the needed tech was dis­played on the Dis­cov­ery Chan­nel.
David Suzuki, Jay Ingram and a few oth­ers with their many co-hosts brought the needed infor­ma­tion together that solve all the stop­pers, allow­ing humans to fly off this nest called Earth, with­out the need to land on another planet.

- wiring, increases the mini mag­ne­tos­phere to mag­net­i­cally pro­tect the inhab­i­tants from solar plasma.
– spin parts of the infra­struc­ture to pro­duce 6 lev­els of arti­fi­cial grav­ity using MAGlev tech­nol­ogy
– lift the food require­ments for each guest with the guest.
– grow food on board
– every six launches pro­duces 1,278 Astro­nauts and another piece of infra­struc­ture that can be rented out as HotelsIn­Space with 72 units to pro­duce prof­its
– the price for every launch is shared between 200 peo­ple and six satel­lite pay­loads
– updated air scrub­bers from sub­marines, scuba and the ISS with six inde­pen­dent gar­dens
– a few large cor­po­ra­tions buy­ing large sec­tions
– a few mil­lion­aires buy­ing in to make prof­its
– a nickel min­ing orga­ni­za­tion decid­ing to own 10% and use the 11th HotelsIn­Space to begin min­ing the aster­oid Belt.
– many peo­ple buy­ing small time and profit shares at $25/week, sub­scribe
– staff of 24 to care for guests
– gar­den­ing sec­tion with com­post and pot­ting soil prepa­ra­tion.
– we have a 10 gen­er­a­tion life expectancy increas­ing plan

Being unfunded momen­tar­ily, we have a 50 year plan and a 7 year plan.
The 50 year plan is you tell two peo­ple and they tell two peo­ple.
The seven year plan is you tell 10,000 peo­ple and they tell 10,000 peo­ple.
If you want us to build, now, tell 100,000 peo­ple, twice. (ThatsCalledAd­ver­tisin­gOrSpam)
Should ten mil­lion peo­ple tell the gov­ern­ments to adopt this design?
Should one mil­lion peo­ple invest $10,000 and each own a small per­cent at 12% return?
Should one orga­ni­za­tion own the whole thing?

Trevor found a way to get off this beau­ti­ful planet, mine the Aster­oid belt, smelt and man­u­fac­ture repro­duc­tions on loca­tion. But to afford the start up costs he has to sell 85% of the infra­struc­ture Tasha9503 puts in space before he builds. Then use the infra­struc­ture as 72 unit HotelsIn­Space to pro­duce prof­its. 1995 tech­nol­ogy will mass pro­duce these HotelsIn­Space and lift 213 peo­ple per launch but not cover the walls with iPad tech­nol­ogy. We need 1,000,000 peo­ple (Trekies) to sub­scribe for seven years or we need 1000 mil­lion­aires to invest $7,488,000 each.
We are sell­ing the use of the units at $2,000,000 per week. Allow­ing all the own­ers to use their time again every year.
52 weeks x 72 units x $2,000,000 = $7,488,000,000 start up costs.
Then you own the use of that unit for one week every year, pre paid.
We could build with one mil­lion peo­ple invest­ing $25/week for seven years, sub­scribe.
1,000,000 peo­ple x $25 x 52 weeks x 7 years = $9,100,000,000 start up costs.
$25/week will buy you time and profit shares with a sub­scrip­tion. Each launch will lift one ran­domly cho­sen sub­scriber. (Lot­tery)
Should any­one decide to own 51% of Tasha9503, that would be good.
This is one solu­tion to the dinosaur inci­dent.
PuttingPeopleInSpace

Here is a vehi­cle that can take you to any orbit in this solar sys­tem.
Tasha9503 plans to lift 213 peo­ple per launch and reuse the hard­ware that lifted them as infra­struc­ture in Space. We need six launches to build one spaceship.

Using the Robotic arms to col­lect space dust and plac­ing mini satel­lites orbit­ing other planets

In 2007, http://www.tasha9503.ca/ was put on the net to show the new shape of the HLV (rocket), where to posi­tion every­thing and what the infra­struc­ture will be able to do.
In 2009, it cost $20,000,000 to lift one satel­lite, Tasha9503 plans to lift six satel­lites per launch and charge $7,000,000 each. (2009 dol­lars)
In 2009, http://www.LivingInSpace.ca/ was pro­duced to cre­ate the abil­ity to sell 85% of the infra­struc­ture Tasha9503 puts in LEO to raise start up costs, offer­ing time and profit shares to those who invest the start up expense
Here is a one solu­tion to the dinosaur incident.

If it takes 50 years to get 1,000,000 peo­ple to see this or the next video Tasha9503 releases, then we build.
If every­one likes and shares this video and it takes only a year to get 1,000,000 views at LivingInSpace.org, then we build. If we find investors within the first mil­lion peo­ple.
If no one shares the video or likes the video, we don’t build. We wont find the investors.
It is up to You. Do You want us to build? How many peo­ple will you tell? Share your inter­est?
Will you tell 2 who might tell 2 or will you tell another 1000 peo­ple who might tell 1000 peo­ple?
Will you be one of the 0.00012% of the peo­ple who invest and own the space­ships we put in space by click­ing the “Sub­scribe” button?

Magnetic spaceship and plasma for space travel.

Before the sun lit, a long time ago, it was small like the moon, built of basi­cally the same mate­r­ial as the moon, cos­mic dust. It grew quickly to the size of the Earth still out of the same cos­mic dust as the moon and Earth are built from. As it grew it became pos­si­ble to with­hold ele­ments in a gaseous form as the Earth and larger plan­ets do. It still grew, hold­ing lighter and lighter gasses. As it grew the atmos­pheric pres­sures turned gasses to liq­uids. It got so big the force of grav­ity caused so much fric­tion it got hot and began to burn.
Now it burns and as the mate­r­ial burns it is released in the state of plasma. So in my mind the plasma has to be the same mate­r­ial as the sun was made of. Just as lead, gold, rock etc. falls from the sky in the form of solids, it blasts off the sun in the form of plasma. Each ele­ment we have stud­ied so far has four states that we know of; solid, liq­uid, gas and plasma.
Some or all this plasma is mag­netic. As it passes the moon some of it hits the moon and some passes by. The Earth is mag­netic so it attracts a lot of plasma that would not hit it if it was not mag­netic. There is a story of how the Earth’s mag­net­ism pro­tects us from the plasma. I, Trevor HM Cooper, must dis­agree. The Earth’s mag­ne­tos­phere does pro­duce the Aurora Bore­alis by suck­ing the plasma in towards the poles. What pro­tects us from the plasma is the atmos­phere. The plasma is com­ing at us at 27,000 degrees hot. When the plasma hits the atmos­phere, the heat is absorbed by the atmos­phere. The colour­ful bore­alis is the burn­ing of the atmos­phere. (In my under­stand­ing) As the plasma cools it returns to a gas before it hits land, or us. Dif­fer­ent ele­ments con­tinue to cool to a liq­uid when still above the sur­face. Some of the ele­ments still con­tinue to cool and becomes a solid and set­tles as a dust on the land.
When the plasma approaches the mag­netic space­ship it is sucked into the Plas­ma­Core were there is no atmos­phere to absorb the heat. So the Plas­ma­Core will fill with 27,000 degree hot plasma. We need to cover the ends of the Plas­ma­Core with semi-permeable mem­brane. (Not shown in the video) We must cool it. As it is packed into the Plas­ma­Core, will the pres­sure com­pact it into a gas like we do with oxy­gen? When we pack oxy­gen into a con­tainer it liq­ue­fies. Will the plasma become a gas just by con­cen­trat­ing it in the Plas­ma­Core. What hap­pens to the heat? We must deal with the heat, col­lect­ing the energy, con­vert it to elec­tric­ity, or dis­perse it. When the plasma returns to a gas, we can use the gas to pro­duce thrust sim­ply by allow­ing it to escape in a con­trolled fash­ion.
We can also col­lect the gas for study pur­poses. Cool it to a liq­uid to study. Cool it to a solid to study and col­lect­ing energy, in the form of elec­tric­ity, at each stage along the way. We can then wire the elec­tric­ity back into the mini mag­ne­tos­phere to con­trol its strength.
I have men­tioned, some ware, how the spin of the first three floors around the Plas­ma­Core and the outer two floors spin­ning in the oppo­site direc­tion around the first three floors, pro­duces sta­bil­ity. It also pro­duces mag­net­ism, hav­ing things like cop­per, lead, and oth­ers ele­ments within the space­ship. We will also har­ness the mag­net­ism to col­lect elec­tric­ity. We plan to use elec­tric­ity col­lected from cool­ing the plasma to enhance the mag­net­ism of the space­ship, col­lect­ing more plasma from the sur­round­ing space, allow­ing us to go either way.
We also use mag­net­ism, via MAGlev tech­nol­ogy, (See Japan­ese Trains) to con­nect the Plas­ma­Core to the first three floors and outer two floors and the Zero­Grav­ity sec­tion all together. Even robotic arm will also travel along mag­netic tracks.
What we end up with is a mag­netic space­ship. If Mars and Venus were still stars, we would have a Mag­netic Star ship. But ‘to the stars’ is not planned for this gen­er­a­tion, in this ship. That is for the next gen­er­a­tion
The Plas­ma­Core was designed by the peo­ple who were look­ing for the God Par­ti­cle. We need a minia­ture Hadron Col­lider. In the video, we show the Plas­ma­Core with red. It is the hol­low cen­ter of the space­ship, shown with­out the semi-permeable mem­brane cover, in the video. We left one meter for the wiring and hard­ware of the tech­nol­ogy needed to move the plasma from one end to out the other. The Plas­ma­Core is 10 meters in diam­e­ter. This is why we want to con­trol the mag­net­ism of the whole space­ship, want­ing to turn it down when expelling the plasma to pro­duce thrust. Then turn up the mag­net­ism to col­lect more Plasma, always keep­ing the mini mag­ne­tos­phere strong enough to pro­tect the liv­ing within.
Under­stand, we may want the mag­net­ism turned down most of the time because we are col­lect­ing TOO much plasma. We may want the mag­net­ism turned up all the way, most of the time, to col­lect as much plasma as pos­si­ble. We have never done this before and MUST be pre­pared for all pos­si­bil­i­ties. We may need to turn up the mag­net­ism as we travel fur­ther from the source, the sun, to be sure we col­lect enough plasma to manoeu­vre the space­ship.
I you have read this and are going to make a com­ment, use words like Plas­ma­Core, mag­net­ism or star ship so I know you read the arti­cle and not just com­ment­ing with­out read­ing it.