In all geologic time, the responsibilities are on our generation ... including you ...

In all geologic time,

the responsibility is on our generation

... including you ...

Be part of this for your children, too.


Feature articles:
Others & Elon Musk / SpaceX vs. Jeff Bezos / Blue Origin

PERMANENT 2021 Update

Cosmic Greed: Jeff Bezos vs. Elon Musk

Lunar poles vs. asteroids near Earth vs. Mars

Criticisms of space -- solve problems on Earth first?

Some main introductory sections:
Lunar Resources
Asteroids Near Earth
Transportation
Space Industrialization
Products & Services
Space Colonization


Please see our SiteMap or floating menu for additional sections on this site.

PERMANENT is about space industrialization and colonization using resources already in space, not blasted up from Earth. PERMANENT focuses on the Moon, especially the lunar poles which have water ice and other volatiles, as well as Near Earth Asteroids (NEAs) / Near Earth Objects (NEOs).




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Reasons to do something yourself:

  • It will help save life on our special planet -- be part of the solution in your generation.
  • It will create and secure a better future for your children and grandchildren.
  • It could be an interesting, cool, and a fun adventure for your life!

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If you're short on time, you can just donate:


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PERMANENT needs a PHP / MySQL (actually, MariaDB) programmer. Are you a PHP / MySQL programmer interested in getting into space development as a career, or already working in space development? Or do you know somebody else who might be interested?

This is a volunteer, unpaid role at this point in time. A limited paid role would be considered on a tight budget, such as for at least bug fixing with some minor improvements, and/or a security review of our code before it goes online publicly. If you or one of your friends or associates may be interested, please send an email to spaceprogrammer at ... of course this domain.



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