THE 3-D PRINTING SCRAPBOOK, OR MR GLOBAL'S SCRAPBOOK: NASA SCIENTIST WANTS TO 3-D PRINT DWELLINGS ON THE MOON, BUT THAT'S NOT THE REAL STORY

THE 3-D PRINTING SCRAPBOOK, OR MR GLOBAL’S SCRAPBOOK: NASA ...

Mr. T.M. shared this story, and I have to admit, when I saw his header in my email inbox - "NASA and scientist want to 3d Print Dwellings on the Moon" or something to that effect - I wasn't too enthused about the article. "So what?" I thought, "just another article about the wonders of 3d printing and how we can use it to speed up the human colonization of other planets." Granted, you and I both know that 3d printing will revolutionize the manufacturing and assembly process, not only on Earth, but in space and potentially on other planets as well.

Imagine, for a moment, a printer able to take surface materials found on a planet, and literally mine, process, and use those materials to construct dwellings and other structures without having to haul the materials from the surface of the Earth. That, at least, is the current thinking about the possibilities and applications of the new additive manufacturing technologies. We're a long way off, of course, but closer than we were half a decade ago. Houses are already being built on earth using the process, and  tools have been constructed on the International Space station using the process.

So with all this in mind, lest I miss why Mr. T.M. had sent me this article, I read it, lest I miss some new detail or revelation.

And then it hit me, in the very last paragraph:

A professor is working with NASA to 3D print houses on the moon — here’s his plan

Here's that last paragraph:

"How can we ever end such conflict of territorial problems between nations? When can we get rid of countries, the notion of nations, and have one world for the whole of humanity under one government?" Khoshnevis said. "That's why I'm so dedicated to the vision of space. I know it won't happen in my lifetime, it's just the right thing to do for the future of humanity."

This was not, and is not, I suspect, merely a bit of the usual glassy-eyed utopian "hope" that gets expressed in certain quarters. As I put it a few weeks ago in an interview with former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Catherine Austin Fitts, and as I also put it in a recent blog, it appears that Mr. Global has either changed the "plan" or is investing more into one of its "alternative backup" strategies, which I think is more likely. What's that strategy?

In the wake of the BREXIT vote, and a growing worldwide revolt against "internationalism, unipolarism" and "globalism", as more and more people from every area increasingly perceive it as a threat to their indigenous culture, and their individual sovereignty and freedom, I hypothesized that we might be looking at the end of the "bottom up" attempt to impose global government on Earth, via increased "trade" agreements, the emplacement of regulatory bureaucracies on whole regions, the adjudication of disputes not by law but by regulatory bodies, the creation of artificial "unions" based solely upon geography rather than on real appreciation of the cultures one is attempting to "unify" (think only of the EU and its refugee crisis in this respect, or, in the more recent example of this goofy dystopian vision, the beginning attempts to create an "African Union" out of the whole continent, in spite of deep tribal, religious, and economic divisions).

Because of the increasing oppositions to these projects and the manifest failure of the globalists and multinationals to run the world in a peaceful and beneficial fashion for everyone and not just themselves, I  offered Ms. Fitts and her listeners, and regular readers here, the hypothesis that the Globalists (or at least one faction of them) would shift the focus to space, in a "top down" approach, and export their project of global government and unification to space. And professor Khoshnevis has given it perfect expression: we will be able to create the institutions and cultural approaches needed, if we allow truly international, "multi-cultural" colonies to exist in space, and transplant the model here.  It is for precisely this reason that I suspect space commercialization has been pushed so quickly in the past decade, and that everyone is lining up to take advantage of it, for everyone wants a seat at the table that will create those institutions.

The project might work... for a time.

But inevitably we will see the same problem manifest itself: increasing centralization, a central government on Earth becoming bloated and indifferent to the colonies it pretends to rule and govern, and a revolt of the sectional factional interests.  Why am I so sure of this?

SImple: human nature, for Mr. Global has no plans to abandon his power; he's merely in the process of shifting his power base from North America, into space.

See you on the flip side...

22 thoughts on “ THE 3-D PRINTING SCRAPBOOK, OR MR GLOBAL’S SCRAPBOOK: NASA ...”

  1. The entry for Tuesday, June 11, 1985 (page 334) reads:

    -Lunch with 5 top space scientist. It was fascinating. Space truly is the last frontier and some of the developments there in astronomy etc. are like science fiction, except they are real. I learned that our shuttle capacity is such that we could orbit 300 people.

    That was in 1985, according to President Reagan.

  2. Robert Barricklow

    Mr. Global’s power is based upon deception.
    A power that relies on faith in an illusion.
    A fake money system; a fake news media; a fake history; fakes sciences; fake economic theories; fake physics; fake foods; I mean to say Mr. Global’s system of power is illusion upon illusion.
    Apropos for mankind’s…

    1. Robert Barricklow

      …evolutionary biology provides the foundation for the function’s view of the subject-we lie to ourselves, the better to lie to others. At the very heart of this paradox is a striking tell-tale sign: we seek out information and then act to destroy it[unconscious of our actions].
      Deceiver and deceived are trapped in a coevolutionary struggle that continually improves adaptations on both sides.
      It is ironic that dishonesty…

      1. Robert Barricklow

        …has often been the file against which intellectual tools for truth have been sharpened.
        The conscious mind is more of an observer after the fact, while behavior itself is usually unconsciously initiated.

        The point herein is that deception is a very deep feature of life. It occurs at all levels-from the gene to the cell to the individual to the group-
        By Any & All Means Necessary.

  3. Do our godmenchen know what a tribe, nation, community is to begin with. This just the twenty first century version of imperial feudalism perpetual warfare. As to different ethnic-racial groups would kill each other at a drop of a hat that’s a lie. They have live with other for millennia sure there have been conflicts but it only when power junkies set people against each other. And usually these are the people with no real culture or sense of what culture is in the first place. They are the I am the universe types narcissist.

  4. johnycomelately

    The ancients seemed to be aware of the ‘ages of the sun’, like Hesiod’s 5 ages, the Aztec’s 5 suns and the Biblical warning of the sun blistering skin and men hiding from it.

    Some seem to think space is a misdirection of subterranean activities, hiding from the effects of the changing of the ages and the sun going bonkers.

    The nuclear arms race seemed to be a good cover story for building ‘underground’ cities and what not.

    3d printing is all and good but there needs to be a stockpile of accessible raw materials.

    This brings into question the recent mining booms and countries seemingly stockpiling raw materials, particularly rare earth metals.

    Could the breakaway civilisation be below our feet?

    1. Have a post under moderation, bleh.

      I would imagine a great deal of their infrastructure is underground given the rate at which such facilities are being constructed. Why we seem to be going underground at this time, as in ages past, is a good question. Continuity of government, and elite survival hideaways can only account for so much of it.
      The revelation of the discovery of ancient underground cities and tunnel systems has been increasing lately, as well. Just why they saw the need to go underground is unclear.

    2. Underground isn’t likely an option anymore in much of the northern hemisphere because of fracking destabilization of the crust and rising magma. Perhaps in South America and non-volcanic isolated islands it might still be viable. If aliens are real and hiding underground fracking may be wiping them out as well. I think they realize space is the only place they can safely hide from the masses once their depopulation campaign against the human race planet wide becomes a little more obvious when half of everyone you know is sick and dying. But I suspect they aren’t nearly as technologically advanced enough to pull this off yet. Their power base is much shakier and weaker than most suspect. Their hinted at capabilities are a psyop.

      1. I agree, if they had the capabilities they would have us believe, things would be a lot different. You don’t hide in the shadows and manipulate from a safe distance if you have the upper hand. They have considerably more to fear from us than we have to fear from them; hence the constant fear porn in the MSM.

  5. Control of the high ground is a military strategy. You can’t get any higher ground than space. If you wanted to subjugate an entire planet, you would do it from space. If Mr. Global controls the secret space program, then he is well on the way to obtaining his goals as long as there is no competition.
    If there are “others” out there, then he has a problem, especially if they have a “prior claim” and the ability to back it up. What do you do then? Well, you might just prepare the earth for a global thermonuclear war which would make the planet unusable for anyone. An if we can’t have it you can’t either scenario. A stalemate of sorts allowing you time to attempt to catch up.

  6. Now here’s a case of a common surface between the globalist ideologues and the technical side. Either this gentleman just can’t see out of his inventor’s box – as the superficiality of the utopian assertions tends to suggest – or one just has to say the right things to be taken onboard in prestige projects.

  7. Space colonisation won’t work. We are unable as a species to share our own planet with each other; Why in the name of blue blazing hades does anyone think we’ll be able to share space?? Because there is so much of it? OK, but Space isnt what people are interested in. Water, Hydrogen, Precious metals, (which wont even be a problem anymore according to our Russian Alchemists) these things will cause people to claim planets, areas, etc; and what 1 person wants, many can want. You think the Bolshevik Revolution was a bloody affair? Wait until you can kill 3.5 to 6 billion people in order to claim mining rights on a planet.
    There is an author, cant remember his name, does great space opera. States that in the future, Mankind has mastered wormhole technology, the human race has spread out over the galaxy. How does it work? Each ethnic group has their own planet. No more race hate, no more imperialist intentions.. Its a Utopian vision, but underlines what the main problem with the human race is. We hate each other. No one really wants peace. Someone always wants something that someone else has. Bring out the Terror Weapons. Lets start negotiating.

    http://i.imgur.com/GsDZWSI.gif

    1. Not everyone or even the majority of the human race is really like this. The beast natured just have become the ruling minority. Most of the human race has been domesticated and do what they are told even when it goes against their own best interest. Somehow we have to reverse these centuries of domestication(dumbing down and weakening) of the human race. A global war or worldwide natural disaster would do just that.

      1. As long as the pitch forks are targeted at the right people! I don’t know why the masses take it from such pipsqweeks – they couldn’t fight their way out of a wet paper bag.

      2. Have to agree. Maybe I am naive, but I do not buy the humans are violent brutes by nature argument. Instead, it looks,to me that most people just want to live and let live. The problem, it seems to me, is that we are currently dominated by a smal minority of psychopaths. They are not the majority, but form what I’ve read, somewhere around 3% of the population.

        1. Dont want to offend anyone’s sensibilities, but humans are violent by nature and are brutes by nature. Any period of (relative) peace is ALWAYS preceded by violent wars and empire building. PAX Romana.. PAX Britannica, PAX.. People are at peace when the victors have stopped killing everyone in their way. The end of WW2 in the Pacific came about because..#BigAtomicExplosion. 2 of them. World peace will NOT come about because people believe in the goodwill of all men. It comes about because the guy on the other side of the river has a bigger sword than you do and you having insecurity issues about getting your own sword out. (And that the other guy thinks your sword is bigger than his so he keeps his in his pants too..)

          1. The animal nature of man is something the ”
            gods” failed to genetically engineer or breed out of mankind. The base model was an animal they essentially gave the ability to reason and other “human” attributes. It’s probably the reason this system may be under quarantine.
            Now we are considering doing the same thing to other animals through genetic manipulation. And the beat goes on…

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