The struggle

The Strug­gle

The fol­low­ing years were spent rais­ing aware­ness, try­ing to get peo­ple to take an inter­est, talk­ing about hol­i­days in space, Zero­Grav­i­ty­Sex. Avoid­ing the word spaceship.

The Ottawa streets were walked, post­ing up lit­tle post it‘s about HotelsIn­Space and LivingInSpace.

Some peo­ple say they don’t like to fly but they would like to own a piece of the infra­struc­ture so they could col­lect profit shares.

A plan to rent the units in the hotels for $1,000,000 per week, maybe a lit­tle less, to pro­duce profit shares ful­filled that dream.

Not hav­ing access to the esti­mated $7.5BUSD to get these Space­ships off the ground, stopped for­ward momentum.

Like the ISS, Phase II will wrap around where the robotic arms held on.

If the use of the hotel units was sold for $2,000,000 per week on a time and profit share, Con­do­minium style, it could be built.

This space­ship could be mass pro­duced just like the automobile.

In 1988 some of that con­ver­sa­tion was about zero grav­ity sex, build­ing APlaceInSpaceToPlay.

Learn­ing that launch­ing from a moun­tain top would require less fuel because of the reduced grav­ity and being past the thick­est part of the atmos­phere suf­fer less fric­tion, led to the idea of buy­ing a moun­tain along the Equator.

Once a moun­tain is pur­chased, the roads fac­to­ries and launch pad built, how many of the Space­ship we pro­duce is a ques­tion of how fast we can launch 6 more rockets.

Buy­ing Rocket fuel and find­ing clien­tal would be the next speed bump.

If we mass pro­duce one new rocket every week we would be pro­duc­ing eight new Space­ships every year.

A few draw­ings were slapped on the inter­net to pro­tect the design from being lost in 2005.

Money was invested to pay some­one to pro­duce an ani­ma­tion from the Auto­CAD draw­ings in 2007.

In 2008, 100 t-shirts were printed with ‘tasha9503’ ‘HotelsIn­Space’ and ‘APla­ceIn­Space­To­Play’ across the back and front for advertising.

A Face­Book account was opened to put all the pic­tures on for the world to see.

All that was afford­able was free advertising.

Found attached to each Face­Book account was a Year­Book account, so another place to post the pho­tos was used.

All the pic­tures are now avail­able on three Year­book accounts.

In 2009 a busi­ness plan was drawn up, a one year free Pay­Pal account was acquired and the ani­ma­tion was all avail­able on the internet.

All the prob­lems that the peo­ple talked about were solved with this design and more.

Should a rock fall out of the sky 1 kilo­me­tre diam­e­ter, I would like to know some­one is watch­ing from afar. The Aster­oid Belt is far enough.

Peo­ple talked about ver­tigo and not hav­ing win­dows elim­i­nated that illusion.

Peo­ple talked about bone and mus­cle degen­er­a­tion and by spin­ning parts of the infra­struc­ture we pro­duce arti­fi­cial grav­ity remov­ing the bone and mus­cle degradation.

Spin­ning the infra­struc­ture also pro­duces sta­bil­ity and a Magnetosphere.

Each Space­ship will include six lev­els of arti­fi­cial grav­ity between 0g and 2g.

The amount of grav­ity on Earth at sea level is deter­mined to be 1, referred to as 1g.

Ath­letes spend­ing time in the 2g sec­tions may find new strength when they return to Earth.

Each Space­ship can be attached to two other Space­ships, end to end pro­duc­ing larger infrastructure.

Peo­ple talked about food, but as long as the infra­struc­ture is Low in Earth‘s Orbit (LEO) we can lift the needed food with the peo­ple who are plan­ning to eat the food.

In 1988, a vehi­cle to take us to the aster­oid belt was discussed.

Gar­dens were designed into the infra­struc­ture to feed 36 peo­ple on AwayMis­sions which is any mis­sion past the Moon, are assumed to last 99 years.

Peo­ple talked about bath­rooms and so plumb­ing has been included so each unit has a sink, toi­let and bathing facilities.

Each Space­ship will include six large Zero­Grav­ity sec­tions for games, sports, sci­ence and sex.

Each Space­ship will include every­thing seen at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivHAO96FIiw and more, as new tech­nolo­gies allows.

Now, imag­ine the walls cov­ered with iPad technology.

You will be able to walk up to any wall and touch an apt. to open what­ever apt. is available.

It took a lot of years but in 2000 the dream was pos­si­ble with plans and a design.

StarTrek­This­Gen­er­a­tion

Few liked the name Tasha9503 and the deci­sion to change the name from Tasha9503 to HotelsIn­Space was accepted. How about just call­ing it, spaceship.

Tasha9503, HotelsIn­Space or Space­ship is offer­ing outer space to the masses of people.

If Pluto, Sat­urn, Mars or Venus were still stars, we could go to the stars, but never land on one.

Build­ing each Space­ship from 6 iden­ti­cal used rock­ets (HLV) means redun­dancy of all needed life sup­port sys­tems is to the sixth or twelfth.

To lower the launch cost, mak­ing the infra­struc­ture afford­able, each launch has been designed to lift six satel­lite pay­loads along with a 213 pas­sen­ger land­ing craft.

In 2009, it cost $20,000,000 to lift one satellite.

Charg­ing $7,000,000 for each of the six satel­lites low­ers the cost for each and pays for the launch.

200 of 213 pas­sen­gers pay­ing $100,000 each, for air fare, will pro­duce a profit.

One of the 213 seats of each launch is ded­i­cated to a draw for an owner who uses Pay­Pal to buy in.

12 of the pas­sen­ger seats are for staff.

Many peo­ple showed a will­ing­ness to be a staff member.

Chefs, jan­i­tors, maids, and gar­den­ers, along with the pilots, doc­tors, engi­neers and com­man­ders etc. will be needed.

One comment

  1. I spent 12 years know­ing that build­ing a space­ship was impos­si­ble but worked at it con­stantly until learn­ing the tech­nol­ogy was avail­able 5 years ago. I spent 10 years try­ing to tell the world until I found you. I gave you 5 pages and 31 arti­cles to think about. You want more. Tell me what topic you want to read about.

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