I am passionate about space and aviation. Interested in looking at common problems in a novel way and trying to provide new solutions with minimum side effects.
1.Research in space still seems to be lacking a certain level of risk taking. Aren't we curious what would happen if a human was born in space? What would be the developmental consequences of being born in a different environment than Earth? Why aren't we taking bigger jumps in experiments such as sending more humans rather than plants for certain experiments. Human life is very precious but sooner or later humanity will have to find a new planet to live on as Earth will not be as accommodating forever.
2.Are the founding laws of physics that rule our society valid? Are they flawless? I sometimes believe that the founding laws are either faulty ( some of them) or some of them just have not been "discovered" partially.
3. Ever wondered whether humans would live longer if they would be born and lived in a constant cold environment? This idea might seem unfeasible but think about raw flesh and its "validity" once you thaw it. Hence do seasons have an impact on our life span?
Innovation, technology,research in space and just about everything that could have an impact on providing a novel look on the world and its founding laws.
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