Jun 18 2015

Bruce Returns to The Space Show Friday June 19

Published by at 11:47 am under Uncategorized

It’s a pleasure to announce that I’m returning to The Space Show, hosted by Dr. David Livingston on Friday, June 19, 2015 at 9:30 am PDT.

On Friday we’ll explore the increasingly compelling evidence that we’re rapidly approaching a new, international renaissance in space. Long-term trends, as well as current directions in international space activities, macroeconomics, and geopolitics, point toward a new, international, Apollo-level space age that’s right around the corner.

We’re currently experiencing the often disorienting economic and global challenges of a 1960s-style “critical state” that previously stimulated President John F. Kennedy to give birth to the 1st human spaceflight to the Moon. All indicators suggest another transformative JFK-style decade with unprecedented activities in space and on Earth is in our near-term future.

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  1. Kenneth Harmonon 27 Jan 2016 at 1:20 am


    A quick question that I submitted 2 years ago now concerning 2014 with a required update since we are now in 2016 and no Recession occurred, although 2014 was indeed an Historically memorable year unlike 2015. Your timeline has moved from the original 2015 to 2017 given the political realities of the last few years. It now appears as if 2016 and 2017 may also see both the Global Economy and U.S. Economy enter another Recession or perhaps more accurately finally complete the Great Recession of 2007-2009. Can you square your long forecasted start of the next Space Age and 1960’s style ebullient era in 2017 with another Global/U.S. Economic crash and Recession circa 2016/2017?. Would such a development abort the next Space Age or be perfectly consistent with it if the next major Recession was over and done with 2 years from now? How about the same question for 2020 given how the FED may launch one final great QE to kick the can down the road until then,

    Thank You
    Kenneth Harmon

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