Mining Asteroids

The writing is on the wall for this silly prediction, the spirits need some help with the difference between Asteroid and Meteor, that’s the second time they have done that, and the last time got me in serious trouble:

Prediction 18: Meteor Mining
The entrepreneur idea to go into outer space to collect water from meteors will fail.

The Facts reported on 1-13-14: “A new study might contain some bad news for companies hoping to mine asteroids for their valuable ores.
In the last couple of years, start-ups – including one backed by Sir Richard Branson – have announced plans to extract resources from space rocks.
But calculations by Dr Martin Elvis suggest our cosmic neighbourhood might not be such a treasure trove after all.” Quoted News: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-25716103

9 responses to “Mining Asteroids”

  1. Obake Avatar

    Eric … not a lot of difference between the two, except what humans name them and define them. They both lack an atmosphere. Asteroids are generally from solar orbits and meteors can be from anywhere, essentially. To the Spirits, they is little difference in these rocks, except perhaps size.

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      Yep I think they would argue the same point. I actually only thought it was a size difference though.

  2. star48 Avatar

    Eric I think this adds to spirits veracity..
    Asteroid worth 3 trillion, pass by earth on This Sunday..

    See.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3165222/Asteroid-worth-3-TRILLION-precious-metals-set-pass-Earth-Sunday-watch-live.html

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar
  3. star48 Avatar

    Eric,SWC,
    Massive planet with clouds packed with rubies and sapphires..discovered by Kepler telescope..

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2387121/stargazers-discover-priceless-planet-which-has-clouds-of-rubies-and-sapphires/

  4. […] But they may not be so profitable – 

https://worldwidepredictions.com/2014/01/14/mining-asteroids/ […]

  5. star48 Avatar

    Eric

    Ref:: Asteroid mining..
    USGS plans space missions to probe $700 quintillion in resources

    See.
    Excerpt.
    NASA space probes have already visited some asteroids and comets, which have been speculated to be home of valuable resources.

    https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/727608/asteroid-mining-space-usgs-mission-worth-value-asteroid-belt-minerals-700-quintillion

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