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https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/secure-resources-and-funding-and-begin-construction-death-star-2016/wlfKzFkN

 

we petition the obama administration to:
Secure resources and funding, and begin construction of a Death Star by 2016.

Those who sign here petition the United States government to
secure funding and resources, and begin construction on a Death Star by
2016.

By focusing our defense resources into a space-superiority
platform and weapon system such as a Death Star, the government can spur
job creation in the fields of construction, engineering, space
exploration, and more, and strengthen our national defense.

Created: Nov 14, 2012





total signatures
34,435

 

 

e la risposta:

 

 


Official White House Response to
Secure resources and funding, and begin construction of a Death Star by 2016.


This Isn't the Petition Response You're Looking For



By Paul Shawcross


The Administration shares your desire for job creation and a strong
national defense, but a Death Star isn't on the horizon. Here are a few
reasons:


  • The construction of the Death Star has been estimated to cost more than $850,000,000,000,000,000. We're working hard to reduce the deficit, not expand it.
  • The Administration does not support blowing up planets.
  • Why
    would we spend countless taxpayer dollars on a Death Star with a
    fundamental flaw that can be exploited by a one-man starship?

However, look carefully (here's how)
and you'll notice something already floating in the sky -- that's no
Moon, it's a Space Station! Yes, we already have a giant, football
field-sized International Space Station
in orbit around the Earth that's helping us learn how humans can live
and thrive in space for long durations. The Space Station has six
astronauts -- American, Russian, and Canadian -- living in it right now,
conducting research, learning how to live and work in space over long
periods of time, routinely welcoming visiting spacecraft and repairing
onboard garbage mashers, etc. We've also got two robot science labs -- one wielding a laser -- roving around Mars, looking at whether life ever existed on the Red Planet.


Keep in mind, space is no longer just government-only. Private American companies, through NASA's Commercial Crew and Cargo Program Office (C3PO), are ferrying cargo -- and soon, crew -- to space for NASA, and are pursuing human missions to the Moon this decade.


Even though the United States doesn't have anything that can do the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs, we've got two spacecraft leaving the Solar System and we're building a probe that will fly to the exterior layers of the Sun. We are discovering hundreds of new planets in other star systems and building a much more powerful successor to the Hubble Space Telescope that will see back to the early days of the universe.


We don't have a Death Star, but we do have floating robot assistants on the Space Station, a President who knows his way around a light saber and advanced (marshmallow) cannon, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, which is supporting research on building Luke's arm, floating droids, and quadruped walkers.


We are living in the future! Enjoy it. Or better yet, help build it
by pursuing a career in a science, technology, engineering or
math-related field. The President has held the first-ever White House science fairs and Astronomy Night on the South Lawn
because he knows these domains are critical to our country's future,
and to ensuring the United States continues leading the world in doing
big things.


If you do pursue a career in a science, technology, engineering or
math-related field, the Force will be with us! Remember, the Death
Star's power to destroy a planet, or even a whole star system, is
insignificant next to the power of the Force.


Paul Shawcross is Chief of the Science and Space Branch at the White House Office of Management and Budget


Tell us what you think about this response and We the People.

 

Però! Probabilmente la stima l'avranno fatta a cave canem come per il gundam :S 8,5 x 1017 $ toglici quei due - tre ordini di grandezza ... un pensierino ... :x

 

EDIT: pls correggere titolo :S grasssie

Edited by windsaber

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E meno male che alla Casa Bianca hanno qualcuno che ha lo spirito e, soprattutto, il tempo di rispondere a proposte di tal fatta ....

 

E' però anche vero che .... "Domandare è lecito, rispondere è cortesia" .... :D

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una standing ovation per la risposta ufficiale della casa bianca. veramente. :lollollol::belgarioncer:

Edited by nik978

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È bello che alla White House abbiano un consulente scientifico che non so se vi sia una controparte in Italia.

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E meno male che alla Casa Bianca hanno qualcuno che ha lo spirito e, soprattutto, il tempo di rispondere a proposte di tal fatta ....

 

E' però anche vero che .... "Domandare è lecito, rispondere è cortesia" .... :D

Non tanto cortesia perchè un sito che aveva commentato questa richiesta scriveva che alle petizioni con un numero di firme maggiore di 25000 la Casa Bianca è obbligata a rispondere

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Non tanto cortesia perchè un sito che aveva commentato questa richiesta scriveva che alle petizioni con un numero di firme maggiore di 25000 la Casa Bianca è obbligata a rispondere

^

volendo la 'Murrica avrebbe già l'arma principale: un cannone laser in grado di disintegrare un pianeta un' astronave un velivolo? il bilancio americano. :woot: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Excalibur

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No ok .. io non rido tanto per il fatto che ci siano 34 000 persone che hanno firmato per far costruire al governo USA la Morte Nera ... io rido per la risposta :rotfl:voglio anche io la Morte Nera con le insegne dell' Air Force ahahhh

Edited by fabio-22raptor

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Credevo che a fare questo stesse già provvedendo il programma JSF .... :whistling:

 

Questo era il nonno, faceva parte dello scudo spaziale di Reagan, e l'hanno effettivamente testato! Peccato fosse monouso (era alimentato da una testata termonucleare) e che non servisse a una cippa per più motivi, però non si può dire che non ci abbiano provato, l'idea merita! =D

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