you don't get it...the Forces behind the puppet-governments are not out to prolong life or reduce suffering....their collective aim is the reduction of the human population to "manageable levels".... google:.... alex jones.......prison planet...

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Nobody will listen, hidden in plain sight agendas abound but alas your mad/erased if you dare speak of such things.

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indeed... there is little comfort in knowing that we are a species headed to the slaugher by the hand that feed us..even an animal will fight to the death when trapped...we submit....sad commentary...

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Not all of us are domesticated. Good post.

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yes because the money mongers will need a new planet to f#ck up when they are done with this one

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lol

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olving poverty, disease and starvation isn't as simple as fixing a few problems. The power structure needs to be totally dismantled and rebuilt from the bottom up. Any gain in human knowledge should benefit all mankind not just those who first discover it. As someone else said NASA and the military are deeply intertwined, remember most of the technological advancements over the past century were all created with military applications in mind. The military and NASA have been very generous to our state and local government. The U of A gets more money from NASA then any other university. Not to mention our perfect clear skies, the invaluable training tool for the air force pilots.

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Yup, ur right!

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No, but there would be money for both if not for all the black budget crap going on readying for the coming great delusion/attempted genocide of Christians.

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Technological innovations which occurred as off-shoots of NASA's research into the exploration of space have done more for disease, poverty and starvation than any other government expenditures even though, in the scheme of things, NASA's entire annual budget wouldn't keep any branch of the U.S. military running for more than a few days. If every politician in America were to take a pay cut of one-half of one percent and that money were given to NASA it would far more than double their budget and we'd have men on Mars in short order.

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You;re right!.. This is Earth!

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I'm overwhelmed by your brilliance (and punctuation). Perhaps you're not aware that if you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem (or, at the very least, the precipitate).

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NASA's budget reflects the national defense budget these days as much as space exploration. The X37 automated spaceplane, for example, just came back from almost a year and a half in orbit. What it was doing nobody knows. The next planned upgrades to the Saturn V rockets are the military's. The push for small disposable satellites is the military's. The push for hypersonic aircraft capable of reaching orbit is the military's. <br />
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To put the military expenditure into perspective the US currently has a military some estimate to be equal to the next six or seven largest in the world combined and our military expenditures are roughly twice their's combined. The largest single manufactured export of the US is weapons. It's the military-industrial complex at it's most outrageous and keeping all those scientists and engineers employed is a huge part of the idea. Instead of worrying about the poor last year congress debated allowing the military to round people up like cattle and insisted on maintaining 40 year record low tax rates for the wealthy.

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Yeaa you;re right, thanks :)

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No,it is not.It would have taken a fraction of what has been spent on exploration to solve the problems here on earth,if the intent was ever there,which it has never been.

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you have a point, but it's nice to know what's outa there too!

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Thats the sickening thing Someo,one didnt have to be at the expense of the other.We could have done both easily.

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Even it doesn't go to space I highly doubt much will go to any of the causes you've mentioned

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The cure for some diseases may actually be in space so, yes, I think it's good.

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nice thought! :)

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well if you're an astronaut in space who happens to be sick, poor and starving then yes...

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