The space elevator demystified

The space elevator should really be called a space syringe, ideally the space elevator or space syringe is used to transport processed materials into outerspace preferably in some sort of raw processed format so as construction of spaceships & spacetankers can be done in outerspace, nobody has done any studies which state how many space elevators or space syringes planet earth could have but it could well be possible that planet earth could have quite a large number of them, perhaps the entire planet earth all the way down to the central core, including the earths atmosphere can all be processed & sucked up the space elevators or space syringes into space for outerspace space habitat construction, with the help of robotics of cause, this might well be our best bet to prevent humanities extinction due to the Sun expanding into a Red Giant.[/size]

And remember Lucifer was a AUSI & he can save humanity from burning in hell. AUSI, AUSI, AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries


Hybrid water nitrogen air solar vehicle might be a better option than Laser powered vehicles or hyperloop . . .

Laser powered vehicles might be a better option than a hyperloop . . .

Proposed hyperloop to replace all cars & trucks . . .

In order to beam city sized spacecraft into orbit by using lasers you will need alot of renewable energy . . .

Solar energy
Tidal power
Wave power
Wind power
Osmotic power
Marine current power
Ocean thermal energy conversion

In order to develop the renewable energy infrastructure & renewable energy technologies you
will have to use robotics, this is called RREIC Robotic Renewable Energy Infrastructure Construction.

City sized spacecraft can then be beamed into orbit by using laser beams powered by renewable
energy, once the city sized spacecraft are in orbit they can begin to travel to other planets & moons
by using solar sails or other propulsion systems.

Lasers can also simulate a magnetic field in a BEC, Bose–Einstein condensate, this is ideal
for space fountain construction, this could even be a better option than building space elevators
with carbon nanotubes all along the equator.