A new asteroid-mining company launches Tuesday with the goal of helping humanity expand across the solar system by tapping the vast riches of space rocks. The new firm, called Deep Space Industries, Inc., announced today (Jan. 22) that it plans to launch a fleet of prospecting spacecraft in 2015, then begin harvesting metals and water from near-Earth asteroids within a decade or so. Such work could make it possible to build and refuel spacecraft far above our planet's surface, thus helping our species get a foothold in the final frontier.
That's awesome! Maybe we'll see in our lifetime copies of The Doctor (Mark 1), mining dilithium.
(And while I was looking for a picture of the Mark 1s, mining the dilithium, look what I found!
I'll take Wendy singing, any day over that opera shit.
Howard Stern: We were just taking pictures. I'm practicing, I'm learning how to work my camera. So I took some and she said "Submit them to Hampton's Magazine, so it's very nice. But the problem is, if I known it was a cover...
This isn't like Milli Vanilli; she sang to a song she pre-recorded due to not wanting to sing in the cold weather. It has been shown a million times in the past that Beyonce can sing live so what is the big fucking deal that she lipsynched at that shitty dog and pony show on Monday?
It's like you hired a marvelous artist to paint a portrait for you...but just this once, he/she took a picture and secretly displayed it, pretending it was a painting. But the artist had painted great paintings before, you say