The need for a large-scale industrialization of outer space is conditioned by the global environmental problems faced by the humanity. The Belarusian scientist, engineer and inventor Anatoli Unitsky, member of the USSR Cosmonautics Federation, creator of string transport technology, proposed the most optimal (and most likely the only possible) way to solve them.
On September 12, the town of Maryina Gorka hosted the III International scientific and technical conference “Non-rocket space industrialization: problems, ideas, projects”, which was attended by inventors, representatives of academic and scientific circles, as well as public organizations from many countries.
It should be recalled that the first conference on this subject was held 32 years ago and gathered about 500 guests from all over the world. In our time, the problem has only aggravated, which was reflected in the documents of the second conference held a year ago: “The Earth’s biosphere is undergoing negative changes caused by the activities of a modern technocratic civilization. If we don’t take drastic measures, we are all doomed to perish within two or three generations.”
Unitsky’s solution is the SpaceWay cosmic program, which consists in transferring all harmful production facilities into the Earth’s orbit that will mark the beginning of the near space industrialization. This will allow the biosphere to free itself from the harmful impact of technosphere, and the humanity will obtain unlimited space resources at its disposal.
Anatoli Unitsky made a report “Technosphere 2.1 – Reset in the Earth Industry to the Cosmic Vector of Development” to the participants of the third conference. This was followed by a discussion of many practical aspects of the SpaceWay program implementation, including the following topics:
- Relay principle of radio communication for predicting and preventing threats to humanity in the deep space.
- Legal aspects of international cooperation in the field of space exploration.
- Feasibility study of the investment project “Non-rocket space industrialization” as a tool for saving the Earth’s biosphere.
- Industry 4.0 as a key driver of innovations in supply chains for geospatial systems.
- Aquatic ocean areas with a floating overpass of the General Planetary Vehicle (GPV).
- Passage of GPV overpass through mountains in South America and Africa.
- Creation of a mathematical model of GPV with position optimization and taking into account the impact of dynamic factors.
- GPV flywheel drive and much more.
It is obvious that the creation of technical support for the global project to save the biosphere is close to completion. “There is a little thing left to do” – the good will of nations and governments of the Earth.
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