NASA’s Next Giant Leap


A live conversation about the future of space exploration with actor, director and narrator Morgan Freeman. He spoke at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, about his personal vision for space. The event also included NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman and Expedition 40 Commander Steve Swanson participating from the International Space Station.

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  1. Mars would be a great 'next step' for mankind and even though we are technologically ready to leave earth exploring new worlds, we, the operators are not ready.  J.F.K. had a goal and by getting the mindset of the people on board, leaps were made.  We have lost the sight of what the space age is about.  We seek for comfort instead  of knowledge and by that, we devolve our minds.  We by choice, or by manipulation are dumbing down.  It's time once more to look forward!

        If we can take control of the political war and the religious war, put aside the differences and competitive mindsets, we could start combing knowledge and technologies to A>learn to take better care of our home…and start looking at EARTH as our home, and not just the town, city, province, state or country. B>learn to embrace the space age and what it means.
       Gene Roddenberry had a vision. He saw a world united.  A singular race and not races, separated by colors or languages. A Race who sought to better themselves as a whole, instead of making their personal possessions their values.  A race who not only had the potential to explore new worlds, but aide the universe in ways we were meant to.  The universe connects us all, meaning we are all a part of the lifeforce. Killing is taking from that lifeforce which ultimately is the only sin. Everything else is experience, and experience makes us who we were, who we are, and who we will be.
       The Truth Shall Set Us ALL Free!

  2. Imagine the things we would learn if we could get outside our solar system and turn around.  We might see how our location in the universe may have effects on our solar system.

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