SpaceWay as the Only Way of Civilization Development

SpaceWay as the Only Way of Civilization Development

31 July 2020

On the eve of the third conference "Rocket-free Industrialization of Space: Problems, Ideas, Projects", which will be held in September 2020, we bring to your attention a new project of the Unitsky String Technologies information service: a series of podcasts about the upcoming industrialization of near-Earth space through Unitsky General Planetary Vehicle. From the first issue, you will learn about the historical background of the SpaceWay program as the only path for sustainable development of civilization. In retrospect, engineer Anatoli Unitsky studied the problem of global changes in the Earth's biosphere as a result of the existence of Homo Technocraticus.

Happy listening!

Matej Husu
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31 July 2020
This video is great, but i think it is too early to talk about GPV, for this kind of project we would need billions, and billions and billions. I think first Skyway should pay more focus on implementation of our transport system. We should build some great projects, show the world what we have, show that our transport is the best transport in the world. After years of many implemented project we could start developing GPV. this is my opinion
Yes, you are right, that is why we ARE ALREADY IMPLEMENTING SkyWay, only beginning TO TALK about SpaceWay.

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