PhD students in econ are mostly weirdos.
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Say your wife or girlfriend has to walk home from a building in the city to her car a few blocks away. She can take two routes, left or right. Left has her pass by a group of 6 or so South Asian immigrants, Deepak Prahashnawhateverthef**k and his buds. Right has her pass by a group of 6 or so blacks, LaTravious Dontravious and his crew.
Would you prefer it if your wife/gf took the left path or right or would you have no preference? Please disregard your beta white guilt libtard BBC cuckold fetish for the purpose of this hypothetical. Thank you.
A US startup backed by film director James Cameron and Google's top executives on Tuesday unveiled bold plans to mine asteroids for precious minerals and water.
Heralding a new frontier space exploitation, Planetary Resources announced plans to send a swarm of robot miners into space to prospect resource-rich chunks of rock not far from Earth.
The firm's co-founder Peter Diamandis said he wanted to "make the resources of space available to humanity," and add trillions of dollars to global wealth in the process.
Among the goodies to be found on near-earth asteroids are much-sought-after platinum, iron, nickel and sulfur as well as more obscure minerals that make excellent semi-conductors.
The equipment could also harvest water, which scientists believe holds the key to building propellants that will allow deep space exploration.
The first step will be to send a telescope into space within the next 18 to 24 months that can spot which asteroids may be useful.
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