Science says the Earth is running out of the Resources to continue using Missiles, Solid Rocket Boosters to get to Space.
Sir Arthur C. Clarke was asked when the Space Elevator would become a reality. He answered, "Probably about 50 years after everybody quits laughing."
At the Space Elevator 2nd International Conference held in Santa Fe in 2003, he had become more optimistic, updating his estimate to "10 years after everybody stops laughing ... and I think they have stopped laughing." - Sir Arthur C. Clarke Author, Mathematician, Inventor, Undersea Explorer, Science Writer, Science Fiction Writer (2001 A Space Odyssey, and many sequels, with the direct assistance of NASA Scientists)
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