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Post by Spooky_Zalost on Thu Jan 27, 2011 11:49 pm

Back in the 1970's people thought of amazing space technologies and mankind moving out and thanks to nasa releasing some of this concept art I will post a link to the originals as well as show it off here.

http://settlement.arc.nasa.gov/70sArt/art.html

First Cylindrical Space colonies

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what the 1970's thought of the future AC75-1921q

what the 1970's thought of the future AC75-1086q

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Next Ringworlds

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what the 1970's thought of the future AC75-1086-1q

what the 1970's thought of the future AC76-0525q

what the 1970's thought of the future AC75-1886q

and Finally Sphere colonies

what the 1970's thought of the future AC76-0965q

what the 1970's thought of the future AC76-0852q

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Photos are Credited to NASA Ames Research Center

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Post by brian48 on Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:16 pm

really some great art . from a long forgotten era
Fantastic stuff, leo.. thanks a lot !!

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Post by Lot Creator on Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:56 pm

Wow, It is incredible how idealogies have changed from that time to this date. Nowadays, I don't know how our future is, but yet our dreams are always changing, Incredible.

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Post by meister1235 on Wed Feb 09, 2011 5:48 pm

I hope i'm still alive when the first space colonies will be build Smile
Than we know how they will be build and how they look like in reallive Smile

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Post by brian48 on Sat May 28, 2011 9:32 pm

also everyone, Tom Campbell , and Robert Monroe got there starts in th
70's , mostly with altered states of consciousness and hemi-synch.
Now of course the "new Physics " is exploding on the scene from its
development that started back in the 70's.

Thanks ,brian
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