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Futurnative - Space Aged

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Hello everyone,


I recently started a blog about "Short and sweet thoughts to challenge our sense of reality and open our minds to future alternatives".

It is called Futurnative.


I would like to share my new posts on your forum if that's ok :)

Maybe we can start discussions around them.


Here's an extract from my most recent post "Space Aged", feel free to add a comment directly under the post or start discussing here!


Space Aged


"Space is hard. Going to space takes serious work and coordination. But do you know what is hardest? Motivation! Yes, going to space might sound really cool, but the truth is working your whole life on one mission/spacecraft/plan which has a great chance of failure is just too much to ask. Can you get a sense of pride and accomplishment when all you can ever achieve is a successful yet ephemeral bolt design which through numerous evolutions might one day help our civilisation expand into the cosmos? ..."


Click here to read the rest.



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