You know, it's one thing to talk about doing this and doing that, but a time comes when you have to do more than just talk. You have to actually act, but before you do that, you have to plan. You have to do some research, crack open a book or two and basically get your act together to show that you actually know what you're doing. And so it is with what probably is the most ambitious exploratory mission ever taken since Apollo 11. Mission - Earth:12KB4. The time travel project to establish bases, and then ultimately settlements and cities, approximately 12,000 years in the past as I described in the breakthrough paper, A Special Report:TEMPORAL_ESCAPE.
As I finished this article I watched as the weather doused the hopes of a much hyped and historic Elon Musk/SpaceX launch to carry NASA astronauts to the ISS. I realized later that the whole event was a metaphor for exactly what I'm writing about here - that despite the best plans laid for projecting our wills into space, unforeseen and chaotic circumstances can render them all for naught, so it's best to have a B plan.
"One of the great challenges in this world is knowing enough about a subject to think you're right but not enough about the subject to know you're wrong." - Neil deGrasse Tyson
"Is it really possible to travel back in time? What about traveling into the future, have we finally figured out how to do that? Well, you’ll have to read on to find out…"