(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Elon Musk’s SpaceX will send tourists to space to fly around the Moon in 2018. The question is, what will they see? Will they watch extraterrestrial space craft lifting off the lunar surface? Will they see bases on the Moon? Or, are the people going up already “in the know”—like the Moon landing astronauts who kept the secrets of the Apollo missions. Time will tell.
by Joseph P. Farrell, March 9th, 2017
In case you haven’t noticed, there’s been a lot of “space-related” news in my high octane speculations this past week, and today is no different. Mr. P.K. and many others shared this story, which I find intriguing for a number of reasons, not the least being my recent two part blog earlier this week about BREXIT, Commonwealth revivification, and the United Kingdom’s plans to build a space port to test health effects of low or zero gravity (at least, that was the cover story, though after years of the operation of the International Space station, many of these effects are already known).
But there’s another aspect to this emerging “project,” for that’s what we have to call it, and that is this story…