Humans have not gone far in space. It turns out to be a lot more difficult to get there and stay put than we ever thought.

Part of the reason is it makes no economical sense now to occupy space. Capitalist economies have no use for it except where it may create markets.

Right now the markets are weather, GPS and communications. Communications will mean internet at high speed so that the other half of the world may join the internet.

But these needs require only Earth orbit. They do not need the Moon or Mars or asteroids and will not for at least a century.

Meanwhile, Earth falls apart and makes it even less likely that space industrialisation will save it.

To occupy space we must re-think the survival of Earth.


The Chronolith® Experiment

Humans need to get into space but they are going the wrong way about it, and Earth's biosphere may fail before space development matures enough to support humans.

The experiment uses ideas about consciousness and an interpretation of physics theory to change an individual's experience of the Cosmos.

To develop a social and political pressure group to change economic behaviour in favour of sustainable development as a foundation to a space economy.

To widen the discussion about what our future society can become.

The Experiment
To deliver a unique experience to individuals, within the public gaze, and to derive precious information about human continuity from it.