NASA Continues Wasting Billions on Mindless Agenda

NASA recently spen an undisclosed amount of money so that two women could walk in space at the same time.

NASA stated:
"Although it's the 221st spacewalk performed in support of space station assembly, it's the first to be conducted entirely by women"
"The first all-woman spacewalk is a milestone worth noting and celebrating as the agency looks forward to putting the first woman and next man on the Moon by 2024 with NASA’s Artemis lunar exploration program. "
"When asked in an interview about the importance of conducting her mission and this spacewalk, Koch said, “In the end, I do think it’s important, and I think it’s important because of the historical nature of what we’re doing. In the past women haven’t always been at the table. It’s wonderful to be contributing to the space program at a time when all contributions are being accepted, when everyone has a role. That can lead in turn to increased chance for success. There are a lot of people who derive motivation from inspiring stories of people who look like them, and I think it’s an important story to tell."
NASA then claimed that the all female walk was unplanned. If it was unplanned then why the pre-walk hype?

What about the advancement of science?  The all female space walk is insignificant for human advancement into space. It contributes nothing to scientific knowledge. NASA has been spending billions over the last several decades on mindless unscientific goals. Wasting money on goals such as this is exactly why NASA has been unable to produce a manned interplanetary ship despite the fact the moon landings happened half a century ago. On average, a manned space flight to Mars still takes between 6-9 months. Thats a long time. NASA as been unable to improve upon this time for the past several decades. The agency has been stagnant.

Maybe its time to replace NASA's current managers with people who are actually interested in scientific progress rather than pursuing mindless, unscientific, feminist agenda.

October 18, 2019


Anonymous said...

Let's also replace them with people not invested in the climate change hysteria.

Andre Surkis said...

You write that over the past few decades, NASA has spent billions on meaningless unscientific goals. Spending money for such purposes, that’s why NASA cannot create a manned interplanetary ship, despite the fact that flights to the moon occurred half a century ago. I know that NASA has the largest budget among all space agencies in the world. From 1958 to 2008, NASA spent about $ 810.5 billion on space programs (adjusted for inflation). Is there anyone who approves the agenda and the allocation of funds?