As NASA’s defense ‘can only endure so long,’ an asteroid mission has sparked an end-of-the-world warning.


As NASA’s defense ‘can only endure so long,’ an asteroid mission has sparked an end-of-the-world warning.

Despite fears about risks to Earth, NASA’s quest to save the globe from a deadly asteroid has generated calls for a planetary escape plan.

The Dart mission, which is due to launch at 6.21 a.m. on Wednesday, could one day save the globe by slamming an Earth-bound asteroid off track. In what could out to be a life-saving mission for future dangers, the spacecraft will crash with an object dubbed Dimorphos to see how much its speed and path can be adjusted. However, Pulsar Fusion CEO Richard Dinan believes that there may be a better way to preserve civilization that would completely eliminate any fears of apocalyptic-sparking asteroid.

“These missions are hugely important, but there are two schools of thinking,” the former Made in Chelsea star turned nuclear fusion expert told This website.

“One is that if we spend enough time near this star (the Sun), it will eventually expand.

“And if the Sun is growing, the Earth must move, and the only way to drive it away from the Sun is to employ a meteorite as a tractor.”

Mr. Dinan’s company recently test-launched their first high-power chemical rocket engine, demonstrating that nuclear fusion rockets can fuel interplanetary travel and, ultimately, save civilization.

“The second school of thought is that there are 2.2 billion livable planets in the Milky Way, and the reason they are completely out of reach for us is that the distance in space is so great that it would take engines to go there using combustion engines,” he stated. You won’t be able to reach there by using fire.

“If we have highly powerful nuclear rockets, we might be able to investigate nearby planets in our Solar System.”

“This would mean that in our lifetimes, we may possibly discover a new planet, or even a group of lone planets instead of islands, which we could care for provided we could properly power it, understand what population it requires, and evolve into a more loving species.”

Mr Dinan argues that colonizing other planets in space, rather than NASA’s goal of destroying asteroids, is a better approach to save humanity.

“We use asteroids to protect our Earth for as long as we possibly can,” he explained, “but I believe that if.


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