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?

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