December 2, 2016

China Space Station Being Upgraded To Fly To Mars. Dec 2016, UFO Sighting News.


News source: http://www.chinatopix.com/articles/105542/20161108/china-testing-emdrive-tiangong-2-really.htm

Its been widely reported that the Chinese are testing the new Emdrive propulsion on the Chinese space station currently in orbit around Earth. What this means is that the space station could be built look like a space station, but  could also be used to fly to Mars in 10 weeks! Thats right, the Chinese may be about to colonize Mars and claim it as their own in the not so distant future. 

The Emdrive is already installed on the space station and has been for awhile...but why? To keep it in orbit perhaps, but what about the long term...what about the future of the space station changing into a space station transport to Mars and back? 

Well, the more space transportation out there the better, because there is more opportunity for aliens to bump into humans and become friends...where on Earth, aliens have to respect humanity and their rules. In space...its humanity that needs to respect the aliens rules of conduct, and no government on Earth can change that. It looks like China may be the first country to get humans transported to mars...publicly. I'm sure NASA has already done it with several of their secret projects...but its kept the public in the dark far too long. 
Scott C. Waring

6 comments:

  1. William - Maybe this will open the door to give the US reason to release finally, secret projects. I think we just might have been there, and if we did, it needs to be proven very quickly before China arrives. I also thought that there is no "claiming" of space for a country. But China never follows rules anyway.

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  2. How cool is that. Afraid I am a little old for a one way trip now, too many dependents. A local trip once around the moon...sure why not. Would you travel?

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    1. In a heart beat. Space travel is a dream of mine and many who visit here.

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  3. I'd rather them work on solving their pollution problems first. Such a dirty and over populated country. Too bad

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  4. I would in a heart beat also, to see the wanders that are out there. Visiting ancient ruins throughout our solar system would be the first thing I wanted to do while exploring space.

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