Archive for 2012/03/31

Determining Problems for Living In Space

In 1993, Trevor began deter­min­ing prob­lems asso­ci­ated with liv­ing in space before design­ing a des­ti­na­tion in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) for peo­ple to visit and enjoy space adven­tures. Hotels in LEO, can be used as hol­i­day resorts, or can be moved to any orbit within our solar sys­tem. In 2000, the last of the prob­lems was over come. Fric­tion had been elim­i­nated between the indi­vid­u­ally mov­ing pieces. Now Trevor could design APlaceInSpaceToPlay.

Redesigned Saturn V Rockets for LivingInSpace

In 2005, Tasha9503 redesigned the ‘Sat­urn V’ rocket so that upon arrival in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) it could eas­ily be recon­fig­ured and attached to five other redesigned rock­ets, pro­duc­ing a 72 unit hotel. Six launches will be used to place 36 satel­lites in orbit (shar­ing the cost). With each satel­lite launch, extra weight in acces­sories will be lifted off Earth and attached to the fuel tanks. Cas­ings will be re posi­tioned also. Every six suc­cess­ful launches leaves enough pieces to build a fully func­tional orbit­ing hotel in LEO. All this so we can be LivingInSpace.

Living in space in Low Earth orbit (LEO)

Low Earth Orbit
Earth now has sev­eral orga­ni­za­tions with the capa­bil­ity to launch into Low Earth Orbit (LEO), and sev­eral pri­vate orga­ni­za­tions devel­op­ing vehi­cles to take pay­ing pas­sen­gers to sub-orbital flight. It will not be long before these com­pa­nies are offer­ing space adven­tures to every­one. What Tasha9503 is offer­ing is a des­ti­na­tion in LEO at a cost of one mil­lion dol­lars per week. With pub­lic inter­est and money enter­ing into the space fron­tier, and with all the gov­ern­ment know how, it is time, and this is the gen­er­a­tion, to truly open space travel and space tourism to the gen­eral pub­lic. Would you like to be liv­ing in space for a few weeks? To build these HotelsIn­Space we need your fund­ing. One mil­lion peo­ple invest­ing $25/week for 7 years and we build and thet one mil­lion peo­ple own 85% of the space­ships we build.

How to sell real spaceships? Mass produce HotelsInSpace.

Unless you have the funds;

Just the name, Space­ships. Ya, I am try­ing to sell you the prof­its from real space­ships. They can be used as hotels in space. Search hotels in space on any search engine and find all the hotels with space avail­able. Try HotelsIn­Space as a name. Try Tasha9503 as a name. Both of those will get you to all our sites.

I have a design for a rocket that trans­forms into infra­struc­ture Low in Earths Orbit (LEO) after deliv­er­ing its pay­load to space. The space­ships (infra­struc­ture) is multi pur­pose.
Each launch lifts a robotic arm so every space­ship has 6 robotic arms which can begin col­lect­ing the space junk it orbits close to.
Each space­ship has equip­ment to use the space junk it col­lects to build other things.
Each space­ship includes 6 arti­fi­cial lev­els of grav­ity between zero and two times the grav­ity found at sea level on Earth so it can be used as a sports recre­ation facil­ity. Imag­ine, all new games.
Each space­ship includes 72 units that sleep three with a toi­let, sink and shower.
Each launch lifts a 213 per­son land­ing craft, with one for a sub­scriber.
The space­ship is filled with empty space that can be filled with more than can be seen in the first video.
I am try­ing to sell 85% of the infra­struc­ture so every­one who becomes a sub­scriber or makes a pur­chase or trades for part of the 85% can vote on the final deci­sions about the inte­rior dec­o­ra­tions.
I assume the sixth space­ship will look dif­fer­ent than the first.
When some­one who now designs, builds or owns satel­lites under­stands that they are able now to own part of infra­struc­ture that can col­lect the satel­lites, repair and re-orbit the satel­lites, big money will begin por­ing in.
Each space­ship can be taken past the moon on an AwayMis­sion with a twelve per­son crew.
All the walls can be cov­ered with iPad tech­nol­ogy.
Because we are sell­ing time in the units for two mil­lion per week, we will not need one mil­lion peo­ple to begin sub­scrib­ing.
25% of all rental income will be par­ti­tioned to pay­ing profit shares.
This is an evo­lu­tion­ary leap and it is only for sale till the day it opens for rent.
The day we open for rent we stop sell­ing, and begin pay­ing profit shares.
If you own 10% or more, you can trade part of your own­er­ship of the ten at Earth and take one space­ship for your self.
When you sub­scribe, you begin pay­ing $25 every week to own time and profit share in every space­ship we have at Earth.
Every time we launch 6 times we have another space­ship pro­duc­ing prof­its.
Our busi­ness plan

If you have read this far, I need you to con­tact your local news, TV and paper, ask­ing then to research Tasha9503 and

We don’t offer warp speed, laser guns, Aliens or beam me up Scotty with these spaceships.

Other than damper shields, laser guns, warp speed, Klin­gons, Romu­lan or beam me up Scotty, the Star Trek audi­ence did invent the auto­matic doors, the com­mu­ni­ca­tion devices and the Jefrstub. They also devel­oped the doc­tors tools, the Plas­ma­Core and the thrust capa­bil­i­ties. Then you pro­duced the tech­nol­ogy to put it all in space, in air tight, life sup­port­ing vehi­cles at an afford­able cost and then cover all the walls with iPad tech­nol­ogy. We also fig­ured out how to mass pro­duce these space­ships every six launches. Every time we build another space­ship, we have another six armed satel­lite col­lect­ing the space junk it orbits close to. Now NASA has an XPrize to build the tri­corder.
Any life form that has the abil­ity to sur­vive in space has no use of plan­ets. They would rather learn and repro­duce with the smaller cos­mic dust. The chances of life evolv­ing, there for sur­viv­ing, in our atmos­pheric con­di­tions are low so they need not our planet. Tasha9503 has no plans to meet or deal with aliens These space­ships are not star ships. They are not equipped to travel to the next star. We leave that to the next gen­er­a­tion.
But I can not afford it. You can’t afford it. But if you col­lec­tively sub­scribe for $25/week, for seven years, becom­ing own­ers, we can afford it. Your tax dol­lars will not do it. This is a prof­itable busi­ness. It has to be pri­vately funded. Before we have one mil­lion sub­scribers, we will be able to afford it. When you sub­scribe you become one of us, you will own a per­cent of every space­ship here orbit­ing Earth. Can you see past the Pie In The Sky to see the HotelsIn­Space? Before we have a thou­sand sub­scribers both the rich and wealthy will see a profit and will invest big bucks. The Mars Soci­ety may invest their knowl­edge. Any min­ing cor­po­ra­tion may like the idea of min­ing the Aster­oid Belt. Every launch we fill the seats with 1 sub­scriber, 12 staff and 200 pas­sen­gers. We also lift 6 satel­lite pay­loads to help share the launch costs. Will you fly with us or col­lect shares every time some­one else flies with us. Or both? You may be one who never tasks your feet off the ground. Your name will be found on this site as your prof of own­er­ship when your sub­scrip­tion begins. Their names are found on this site.
Say­ing all that, what we do offer the guests at these HotelsIn­Space is an expe­ri­ence of a life time. Did you read the archived arti­cles? The arti­cles are bet­ter than the pages.
With the six arti­fi­cial grav­ity sec­tions new games and sports will quickly be devel­oped. With the curved floors, the sport­ing are­nas will be an all mew experience.