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  • SubGenre:Development / Sustainable Development
  • Language:English
  • Pages:215
  • eBook ISBN:9781483549521

The Space Trade

by L. Paul Turner

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Most comprehensive step-by-step to profitable space development. How to develop orbital real estate before the advent of low cost access to space.
How to develop a profitable space presence before the advent of low cost access to orbit, and free from the specification restrictive purse strings of government. Some enterprising company will take the first step to universal riches from space resources. As a species, we can do this now without the snail's pace of governmental hegemony. "The Space Trade," describes a variety of step-wise paths to new self-sustaining trade in space. Shows how the orbital economy profitably develops without the advent of low cost access to orbit. Reveals for the first time, how to divide risk to propel growth of private sector real estate in orbit, how to shorten return on investment to produce sustainable space profits in the new economy of space wealth. Timeline included, describing a spaceship-filled mining and trading system. Tells how the space trade saves the earth. Exposes a quickly developing, green, low cost method to achieve orbit. Four years to compile, "The Space Trade" includes extensive references and end notes.
About the author
L. Paul Turner flew jets for the USAF, then studied law, real estate planning, and the history of the law, earning his doctorate. During law school he was Director of Environmental Affairs for a local wholesale company, managing one of the early recycling centers. After teaching law and economics, and winning his first appellate case, he started one of the first law seminar websites to provide approved California Bar Association continuing education credits. He is the author of two construction law books. After serving as Educational Director for a local bar association, Paul returned to the recycling field as a Recycling Specialist, collecting and analyzing data for California's unique and successful bottles and cans program. In 2004, Paul joined JP Aerospace as an Associate, building experimental airships and propulsion systems for low cost access to space. Paul can be contacted through www.TheSpaceTrade.com.