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Bioship-20

Collaborate universities, NASA with ocean liner designers for biosphere evolution
 
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If we get an interstellar drive/motor, we are going to need all the associated biosphere plumbing. How about using ocean liner evolution as a way to develop more and more closed systems, for life support?

The designers would be getting the kudos that the ships are more and more selfsufficient and greener for Humanity. People buying tickets would experience the good feeling, knowing that humanity, in the long run, will benefit from their pleasure. And with current computing and communication abilities, monitoring and data acquisition could be done remotely.

Anyone keen to see the view from the farm deck? [Farmer John] probably is already there.

wjt, Dec 17 2016

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