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February 09, 2017, 03:14:02 PM
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I doubt we ever get to land properly on mars or see it properly up close, but will see !

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February 09, 2017, 03:16:15 PM
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Hello,

I personally think that we have to develop more further resource extraction from space. Mars, moon, comet mining for resource would get us more money Cheesy

I'm looking forward to hear from you what is more important:

Colonizing MARS or Mining the resources in cosmos?

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Well, your dream may be coming true. A private company should begin getting samples by the end of this year. The moon will be mined in the next 20 years. For sure.

http://www.goldsilverliberty.com/2017/02/the-free-market-unleashed-moon-express.html

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February 11, 2017, 01:05:48 PM
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Hello,

I personally think that we have to develop more further resource extraction from space. Mars, moon, comet mining for resource would get us more money Cheesy

I'm looking forward to hear from you what is more important:

Colonizing MARS or Mining the resources in cosmos?

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Well im not even sure if mars is really livable as i don't we've studied much of it yet. For me there are a lot of resources that we can use frim outer space though it would be pretty expensive for such venture. Though i think it's a lot viable and realistic to do this than to try to colonize another planet

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February 12, 2017, 02:38:05 PM
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Won't happen because then gold hoarders would lose all the value of their holdings  Smiley
You have said the truth. The gold or other precious mental holder will not allow that to happen as greed will get on them. Just as many elites are against bitcoin and others cryptocurrencies because they know the moment bitcoin is legalized their hold on the economic of they countries will loss. The elites whose has they investment on stock, fiat and gold well not allow gold mining from mar and other planets.

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February 13, 2017, 08:25:36 PM
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Won't happen because then gold hoarders would lose all the value of their holdings  Smiley
You have said the truth. The gold or other precious mental holder will not allow that to happen as greed will get on them. Just as many elites are against bitcoin and others cryptocurrencies because they know the moment bitcoin is legalized their hold on the economic of they countries will loss. The elites whose has they investment on stock, fiat and gold well not allow gold mining from mar and other planets.
There are different planets. There is even a planet is a huge diamond and on its surface stones instead of diamonds. Maybe there's a planet where a lot of gold, but bring it to the ground and it will cost pennies
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