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 In July 1969 Western man achieved a centuries-old dream.   He placed  two of his kind on the moon and returned them to earth.   This supreme achievement was hailed with enthusiasm by the man in the street.   This success of rationality, of western science, lit a glow of pride in the heart of the European race.   It was a justified and wholesome pride, for never before in the history of men had such a peak been reached.   
 A small important group however, did not join in the general feeling of elation.   These people, the self-defined intelligentsia, the cultural trend-settlers of our modern society, dissociated themselves from the enterprise.   They were not content merely to stay aloof, but instead went out of their way to denigrate the whole concept of the Apollo project.   
As this group runs the mass media, the message that came over from the TV screen, radio, newspapers and magazines was that the moon landing was spectacular, but expensive and useless.   Implicitly this criticism was extended to the whole concept of space exploration.
  Why? they asked, are we throwing money away in space when we have so many problems here on earth we could spend it on? Then followed the usual list of bleeding-heart liberals and Third-World loving ethno-masochists.   Welfare? the "re-distribution" of money earned by the producers to support parasites.   The ghettos? the pumping of money into decayed inner-cities, once the epitome of an advanced civilisation, today turned into urban jungles by unassimilable minorities. 
 The Third World? the waste of billions of dollars, our money in a futile attempt to feed alien billions failing to control their feckless fecundity.
Another more insidious line of attack, took the form of under-mining European man's scientific and technological approach to lifeand nature.   It stated that the space project is nothing more then escapism: man escaping from himself and his "real needs".  That man's rationality, his scientific achievement, will be the death of him.   In other words, that our big brain will prove to be our ultimate flow, as it?s huge body was to the dinosaur.
This is the same concept underlying the extreme environmentalism so rampant today.   A clear denunciation of man's very essence; his mind.   A vitriolic hatred of all man's activities from nuclear power to hydroelectricity; from robots to modern farming methods. 
For the shabby secret of these environmentalists is that for them, the problem is man.   For them mankind is a disease infecting the skin of mother earth.   For these life haters the end of space exploration would be merely a first step.   What they crave for is a return to the cave.   
 Spin offs

  Today, a mere twenty years later, these prophets of gloom and doom have been proved wrong.   Technical spin-offs have already repaid the money "wasted" on space many times over.   Some years ago NASA commissioned a study to assess the value of space research to industry.   It calculated the contribution of NASA expenditure to the productivity growth rates of the national economy.   It found that over a ten-year period every dollar invested returned fourteen dollars to the economy.   

Even Europe, which has been less involved with massive exploration thinks space a worthwhile investment.   It works out that for every one pound sterling spent by the European Space Agency (ESA) in contracts, companies earned three pounds on spin-offs. 
 In practical, material terms these spin-offs include a host of new products today taken for granted.   From advanced monitoring equipment used in modern hospitals, to re-chargeable heart pace-makers; from new alloys and composites, to long-lasting power systems; from miniature and reliable electronic components to high resolution cameras; safer and stronger crash helmets to the non-stick frying pan.   
 In addition to these spin-offs there are the direct benefits resulting from the space programme.   Weather satellites, turning weather forecasting into a reliable science, have already saved in crops otherwise lost, a sum almost equal to that spent on the entire US space programme to date. 
 Earth resources satellites allow us to discover unsuspected mineral and oil deposits.   Even ecologists can now, for the first time, monitor pollution on a global scale! They can take measures to counter harmful trends, without following the 'alternative technologists' back to the caves.   
Communication satellites have ushered us into the new information society where, at the flick of a switch, it is possible to communicate cheaply with any part of the globe.   The space shuttle's ability to launch and move satellites while in orbit, will result in telephone communications beamed directly to customers without having to go through a switching system on the ground.   Portable wireless telephones are now commonplace.   Engineers are predicting that soon, these wrist pocket or purse telephones will become commonplace and phone numbers will be assigned to persons, not places
 And this is just the start! Research aboard the American Skylab and Soviet Salyut manned orbiting laboratories, has shown that space is an ideal workplace for many industrial processes, offering as it does a perfect vacuum and complete weightlessness.   
Hitherto expensive and scarce vacuum-produced components could be produced cheaply in orbit.   The same is true of crystals needed for electricians and of new vaccines.   Giant orbiting factories to produce such goods, launched in sections and assembled in space, are already designed.   Indeed two leading American multinationals, McDonall Douglas and Ortho Pharmaceuticals are planning to put the first such factory into orbit soon.
It is reckoned that industrial users of space could create millions of new direct jobs in the US alone by the year 2010.   Indirectly the number could well be three times higher.   
Energy Problem[

But space also holds the key to our energy problem.   If we just catch one part of the twenty million of the annual power output of the sun, we could scrap all the other energy sources on earth - from atomic power stations to paraffin lamps.   The best place to catch solar energy is in space.
 There, we could collect solar power on a colossal scale, using giant arrays of solar cells.   The resulting energy could then be beamed down the ground receiver-stations in microwave form.   This technique has already been successfully tested at the US Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California.
Technically, orbital power stations are only a few years away.   Economically they will soon be feasible - OPEC will see to that.   
 Large scale space industries and solar power stations could be integrated together in the so-called O'Neill colonies.   These are immense rock, concrete and steel cylinders, tens of miles long and miles across, rotating about their long axis to provide artificial gravity.   
 They would be capable of housing self-sufficient cities of hundreds of thousands of Europeans, together with factories and farms for food and air renewal.   If a start had to be made today - and assuming no more then the technology we have now -   several of these orbiting cities could be operational and in place, at the stable 'lagrangian points' 60 degrees ahead of, and behind the moon in its orbit, by the end of the century.
As for raw materials there is an infinity of them in space.   The Apollo missions confirmed that the moon is rich in mineral resources.   For example, it holds huge deposits of titanium, deposits twenty times more abundant than on earth.   Other minerals abound.   Moonbases will be established to mine the ore, which would then be shot up by means of an electromagnetic 'mass-driver cannon' to refineries in space. 
Further out, beyond the orbit of mars but within our solar system, are the asteroids.   These are a collection of hundreds of thousands of lumps of rubble left over from the formation of the solar system.   They range in size from pebbles inches in diameter, to flying mountains, to bodies hundreds of miles across.   Some of them are made of 80% pure nickel and iron, contaminated by 'impurities' such as copper, tin and lead.   Getting the metal from the asteroid belt to earth would be entirely possible, using technology easily developed from that available today.

Huge hydrogen bomb explosions on the chosen asteroid itself would propel it towards our planet in a carefully calculated way.   Several months later as the asteroid approached earth, other hydrogen bombs would be set off to insert it into stable earth orbit.   Focusing the sun's rays on it, using reflector plastic foil mirrors several miles across, would then refine it.   Each metal would boil off at a different temperature, then caught on condenser plates, hovering in space around the asteroid, thus producing huge quantities of pure metals using solar energy.   
Western man's next step should be the terra forming of the planets Mars and Venus.   This would turn them into habitable earth-like worlds.   It would be a colossal undertaking, but the scientific principles involved are already well known to us. 


It all seems fantastic, an unrealisable dream and not reality.   How, the sceptics will ask, can all this be achieved in the next few decades, when space budgets are being slashed? 
It must be remembered that all that has been achieved so far has been due to the whims of a political race.   When the space race could win votes it was financed but today, thanks to liberal incantations for welfarism, space exploration does not win many votes and is therefore being gradually run down. 
 The real answer to space exploration is one word: Capitalism! We must let the market open up the universe for us.   We must shoot capitalism into space.   Granted, the opening phase of the moon probe and landing was expensive since it was a political, one-shot approach.   An obsessive pique to beat the Russians to it.   It was based on throw-away rocket technology.   Today with the shuttle programme, space exploration is not only cheaper, safer, it pays for itself many times over.   
The successful first flights of the space shuttle Columbia were the first of hundreds of such voyages expected to have a major economic impact in the Western world.   NASA plans scores of such operational flights, reducing the average cost of each satellite launch to as little as three million dollars.   Principle cargoes in the first phase are expected to be communication satellites - created and operated by private corporations.   Such satellites will be operated commercially, i.  e.  , with profit in mind. 
NASA recognises the essential role of private enterprise in space exploration and is taking steps to foster it.   Private companies are benefiting from NASA's Technology Transfer Programme designed to increase the return on money spent on space.   This is done by identifying new ways to employ aerospace technology and to make it readily available to prospective users. 
Private companies using cheap, off-the-shelf rocket technology are even planning to compete with NASA.   Work has already started and NASA officials are optimistic about these companies' chances of success.   
 And this is natural.   For only capitalism based on the profit motive can truly open up space for us.   The idea that capitalism is entering a "mature" phase, that innovation and growth can be elicited only by large bureaucracies, will again be proved wrong.   Entrepreneurship is still very much alive and will spearhead the push into space.   
  The big corporations will probably provide the financial resources needed for the industrialisation of space; but it will be the small to medium sized companies that will continue to provide the creative ideas and innovative technologies.   Just as they did in the microchip revolution which was started not by the leading computer-company IBM, but by a second rank camera firm, Fairchild.   
No Alternative
Today we are witnessing a frightening population explosion in the Third World.   The teeming millions of Asia, Africa and Latin America are doubling their numbers every twenty-five years.   The most frightening aspect is that this is taking place against a background of static, or even declining population in the industrialised white nations - the most productive element of humanity.   The altruistic disease already forces us to channel our scarce resources sustaining these parasitic non-producers.   
As time goes by our ever declining numbers will have to shoulder the weight of their ever-increasing billions.   Is this the future awaiting our children?
  Coupled with this phenomenal non-European population growth, we have witnessed the most evil act ever perpetrated by our traitor politicians - perennial puppets of the international-manipulators - against their own people; the importation of millions of aliens within our midst. 
Outbreeding us in our own home ground, these aliens now demand to live off welfare and with their vote, to determine our destiny.   As the same pernicious cultural trend-setters urge, force our children to miscegenate with these "brothers", the inevitable result will be the irrevocable submergence of our race.   Is this the future awaiting our children?
We must face the fact that the earth's resources are finite.   European brains and technology can certainly stretch them out - but only for a time.   We must also face the fact that these resources, the greater part of them, are under the feet of non-Europeans.   
Since we have seen fit to give away our empires, we must now bear the consequence.   The bulk of the resources we need are now controlled by countries united only by their hatred for us - hatred based on envy due to our success.   Moreover these countries are yearly growing poorer, more chaotic, as the World Bank has finally been forced to admit in its reports of the last few years. 
 We are thus seemingly faced with a stark choice; either involve ourselves in propping them up indefinitely, become their milk cows in order to retain access to their unearned riches - or renounce this hopeless task, thereby starving our industries and then watch our society collapse.   Is this the future awaiting our children?

Certainly it must not be! If European man is to survive, thrive and flourish, we must summon the political will necessary to make a total break with our recent past.
we must preserve the homelands of our race for ourselves only.   By this I mean;   
The European Heartland, stretching from Iceland to Vladivostock.
  Europe Overseas: Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, (with the Zambesi as our Northern border).   
 A re-dimensioned United States linked with Canada in a new
 North American state. 
The sub-Amazonian White Cone.     
The lunatic policy of alien immigration must be reversed and a well-planned repatriation programme instituted.   
Second,we must adopt Triage.  This is a French medical term for the segregation of the battle wounded into those who will recover on their own, those who may survive if helped, and those who will die with or without assistance.
Applied to the world development situation this means that scarce resource transfers from the advanced countries must be channelled exclusively to those developing nations which can use them to pull through.   We must stop supporting the pollulating billions with our lifeblood.   They must sink or swim on their own.   
All this can only be achieved if we push out into space.   With its infinite resources it will assure our continued material well being.   As we develop new technologies, as capitalism opens infinite new possibilities, we will be able to gradually transfer the greater part of an increasingly robotised industry into space.   This is the real answer to pollution.   
As the third industrial revolution proceeds, our people will be mostly engaged in the service industries.   For the foreseeable future the great majority of our population will live here on earth.   They will live in the European Heartland and Europe Overseas; in clean cities surrounded by huge expanses of parklands. 
With our superior technology, security will be no problem.   Ours will be a well-defended continental system.   Our weapons, instead of pointing at our own kith and kin, will be pointed outwards.  We will be invulnerable.   No more fratricidal wars!
Promethian Spirit

Not only material considerations impel us to colonise space.   There is also the all-important factor of racial survival.   For too long has our race kept all its eggs in one basket.   Now that we have the means to do so, we must spread out.   A meteorite could wipe out all life on earth.   A nuclear catastrophe would do the same.   Therefore we have to send our best sons out into space, safe to procreate and carry on the great mission of European civilisation.   However, we must ensure that space remains a white man's preserve. 

 Beyond even our immediate racial survival, space exploration is an imperative need for the white race.   Our Promethium spirit demands that we go out; that we seek the new - and master it.   Without this spirit our civilisation would never have been - without it, it will die.   
One of the pioneers of rocket technology, the Russian Konstantin Tsiolkovsky once said "Earth is the cradle of mankind, but one does not stay in a cradle forever".
The white race is a pioneering race.   It must always have new frontiers, new challenges or else it will turn its abundant energies inwards in self-destruction.   We must carry on the struggle, ever striving, out there in the infinity of time and space.
And if there is a God out there, somewhere in the outermost reaches or innermost recesses of the universe; we will find Him! We will turn the spotlight of our Aryan intellect upon Him and hold Him in its full glare.   We will stand proud, naked, square in body and mind before Him - and we will hold his gaze.   
  November, 1981

From CREDO: A book for the very few.
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« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2006, 06:54:02 PM »

one of the most inspiring pieces in Credo.
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« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2016, 08:25:17 AM »

Things to come in near Future ......

In 1998, Kodak had 170,000 employees and sold 85% of all photo paper worldwide. Within just a few years, their business model disappeared and they got bankrupt.

What happened to Kodak will happen in a lot of industries in the next 10 year - and most people don't see it coming. Did you think in 1998 that 3 years later you would never take pictures on paper film again?

Yet digital cameras were invented in 1975. The first ones only had 10,000 pixels, but followed Moore's law. So as with all exponential technologies, it was a disappointment for a long time, before it became way superiour and got mainstream in only a few short years. It will now happen with Artificial Intelligence, health, autonomous and electric cars, education, 3D printing, agriculture and jobs. Welcome to the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Welcome to the Exponential Age.

Software will disrupt most traditional industries in the next 5-10 years. Uber is just a software tool, they don't own any cars, and are now the biggest taxi company in the world. Airbnb is now the biggest hotel company in the world, although they don't own any properties.

Artificial Intelligence: Computers become exponentially better in understanding the world. This year, a computer beat the best Go player in the world, 10 years earlier than expected. In the US, young lawyers already don't get jobs. Because of IBM Watson, you can get legal advice (so far for more or less basic stuff) within seconds, with 90% accuracy compared with 70% accuracy when done by humans. So if you study law, stop immediately. There will be 90% less lawyers in the future, only specialists will remain.

Watson already helps nurses diagnosing cancer, 4 time more accurate than human nurses. Facebook now has a pattern recognition software that can recognize faces better than humans. In 2030, computers will become more intelligent than humans.

Autonomous cars: In 2018 the first self driving cars will appear for the public. Around 2020, the complete industry will start to be disrupted. You don't want to own a car anymore. You will call a car with your phone, it will show up at your location and drive you to your destination. You will not need to park it, you only pay for the driven distance and can be productive while driving. Our kids will never get a driver's licence and will never own a car. It will change the cities, because we will need 90-95% less cars for that. We can transform former parking space into parks. 1,2 million people die each year in car accidents worldwide. We now have one accident every 100,000km, with autonomous driving that will drop to one accident in 10 million km. That will save a million life's each year.

Most car companies might become bankrupt. Traditional car companies try the evolutionary approach and just build a better car, while tech companies (Tesla, Apple, Google) will do the revolutionary approach and build a computer on wheels. I spoke to a lot of engineers from Volkswagen and Audi; they are completely terrified of Tesla.

Insurance companies will have massive trouble because without accidents, the insurance will become 100x cheaper. Their car insurance business model will disappear.

Real estate will change. Because if you can work while you commute, people will move further away to live in a more beautiful neighborhood.

Electric cars will become mainstream until 2020. Cities will be less noisy because all cars will run on electric. Electricity will become incredibly cheap and clean: Solar production has been on an exponential curve for 30 years, but you can only now see the impact. Last year, more solar energy was installed worldwide than fossil. The price for solar will drop so much that all coal companies will be out of business by 2025.

With cheap electricity comes cheap and abundant water. Desalination now only needs 2kWh per cubic meter. We don't have scarce water in most places, we only have scarce drinking water. Imagine what will be possible if anyone can have as much clean water as he wants, for nearly no cost.

Health: The Tricorder X price will be announced this year. There will be companies who will build a medical device (called the "Tricorder" from Star Trek) that works with you phone, which takes your retina scan, you blood sample and you breath into it. It then analyses 54 biomarkers that will identify nearly any disease. It will be cheap, so in a few years everyone on this planet will have access to world class medicine, nearly for free.

3D printing: The price of the cheapest 3D printer came down from 18,000$ to 400$ within 10 years. In the same time, it became 100 times faster. All major shoe companies started 3D printing shoes. Spare airplane parts are already 3D printed in remote airports. The space station now has a printer that eliminates the need for the large amout of spare parts they used to have in the past.
At the end of this year, new smartphones will have 3D scanning possibilities. You can then 3D scan your feet and print your perfect shoe at home. In China, they already 3D printed a complete 6-storey office building. By 2027, 10% of everything that's being produced will be 3D printed.

Business opportunities: If you think of a niche you want to go in, ask yourself: "in the future, do you think we will have that?" and if the answer is yes, how can you make that happen sooner? If it doesn't work with your phone, forget the idea. And any idea designed for success in the 20th century is doomed in to failure in the 21st century.

Work: 70-80% of jobs will disappear in the next 20 years. There will be a lot of new jobs, but it is not clear if there will be enough new jobs in such a small time.

Agriculture: There will be a 100$ agricultural robot in the future. Farmers in 3rd world countries can then become managers of their field instead of working all days on their fields. Aeroponics will need much less water. The first petri dish produced veal is now available and will be cheaper than cow produced veal in 2018. Right now, 30% of all agricultural surfaces is used for cows. Imagine if we don't need that space anymore. There are several startups who will bring insect protein to the market shortly. It contains more protein than meat. It will be labeled as "alternative protein source" (because most people still reject the idea of eating insects).

There is an app called "moodies" which can already tell in which mood you are. Until 2020 there will be apps that can tell by your facial expressions if you are lying. Imagine a political debate where it's being displayed when they are telling the truth and when not.
Bitcoin will become mainstream this year and might even become the default reserve currency.

Longevity: Right now, the average life span increases by 3 months per year. Four years ago, the life span used to be 79 years, now it's 80 years. The increase itself is increasing and by 2036, there will be more that one year increase per year. So we all might live for a long long time, probably way more than 100 years.


The creative genius of the White Race.
Today under threat from MultiRacialism - where White women are raped or encouraged to cohabit with primitive, savage Blacks with average IQs of 82-85.
And if the White Race goes - all progress will stop and humanity will return to the caves.

And We predicted all this progress in our The Future is Ours written in 1981 -
Published in CREDO: A Book for the Very Few.
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We are the torchbearers!
We are the Creative Spark, sons of the Gods.
We have nothing to apologize for - We gave the world, everything!

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« Reply #4 on: November 10, 2016, 02:30:23 AM »
THE NEW ERA IS START. The liberals and who support them[THE ENEMY no;1] are in panic. 
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