2 edition of Krafft Ehricke"s extraterrestrial imperative found in the catalog.
Krafft Ehricke"s extraterrestrial imperative
Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-296) and index.
|Other titles||Extraterrestrial imperitive|
|Statement||by Marsha Freeman ; forward by Harrison H. Schmidt.|
|LC Classifications||TL790 .F74 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||2009529776|
published, book he wrote in , a year before the publication of the Club of Rome’s counterculture mani-festo, The Limits to Growth. 1. The Extraterrestrial Imperative The Extraterrestrial Imperative is a driving force in the natural growth of terrestrial life beyond its plane-tary limits. As such, it is an integral part of the obvi-. Its genesis is my book, The Seventh Continent: The Industrialization and Settlement of the Moon, which was written during the past ten years. It also considers a philosophy that I began developing in the early s called The Extraterrestrial Imperative." by Krafft Ehricke [See the attached PDF for the paper in its entirety.].
The concept of the extraterrestrial imperative, which initially asserted itself when, through photosynthesis, an extraterrestrial energy source was made an integral part of life on this planet, permits one to see beyond what seems to be an irreconcilable confrontation of rapid human development and comparative environmental by: 7. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Krafft Ehricke's Extraterrestrial Imperative at nd: Freeman, Marsha.
The Extraterrestrial Imperative Ap Rand Simberg 8 Comments Back in the early eighties, I had the privilege of taking a class from Krafft Ehricke at Cal State Northridge (arranged by sociology professor and space enthusiast B. J. Bluth). Template:Infobox scientist Krafft Arnold Ehricke (Ma – Decem ) was a German rocket-propulsion engineer and advocate for space colonization. Contents[show] Biography Born in Berlin, Ehricke believed in the feasibility of space travel from a very young age, influenced by his viewing of the Fritz Lang film Woman in the Moon. At the age of 12, he formed his own rocket.
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Out of 5 stars Krafft Erichke's Extraterrestrial Imperative Reviewed in the United States on Ap Although we have been is space for 50 years, there are only a few space visionaries that have mattered in all of that time/5(3).
Marsha Freeman’s book “Krafft Ehricke’s Extraterrestrial Imperative” describes one man’s passionate efforts to keep this dream alive.
Sadly, it is still a dream, shared by many but no. Krafft Ehricke's Extraterrestrial Imperative by Krafft Ehricke,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2).
The third unpublished book that Ehricke worked on in his final years was his Collected Works. Krafft Ehricke’s Extraterrestrial Imperative can be considered a highly abridged version of this.
Either of the two sections of Krafft Ehricke’s Extraterrestrial Imperative – the biography or the selected works – is alone worth the price of.
Krafft Ehricke () was a space visionary who made significant Krafft Ehrickes extraterrestrial imperative book to astronautics and laid the philosophical basis for space exploration. Marsha Freeman's book benefits from a collaborative relationship she shared with Ehricke for the last few years of his life.
Ehricke came to the United States as part of the German rocket team, following the end of World. Krafft Ehricke's Extraterrestrial Imperative (Apogee Books Space Series) by Krafft Ehricke (): Krafft Ehricke, Marsha Freeman: : Libros/5(2).
Krafft Ehricke's Extraterrestrial Imperative by Marsha Freeman. Readers of this book will gain an insight into one of the most creative minds in the history of space exploration. Krafft Ehricke's contributions encompassed details of new and innovative ideas, but he also taught us how to think about the importance and value of space exploration.
A Grand Vision of Man’s Role In Colonizing the Universe. by Oyang Teng, LaRouche Youth Movement. There are two reasons to read Marsha Freeman’s book, Krafft Ehricke’s Extraterrestrial Imperative.
The first, is that it adds a crucial dimension to the historiogaphy of 20th-Century spaceflight, through a loving portrait of one its most important and interesting founders, Krafft Ehricke.
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Microcosm Astronautics Books. A summation of Krafft Ehricke’s work on encouraging the exploration of space, this account offers biographic information on the man himself; encompasses details of his new, innovative ideas; and portrays his thoughts on the importance and value of space travel for society.
Inwhen the zero growth counterculture was be coming hegemonic and Krafft Ehricke was preparing the manuscript for his book, The Extraterrestrial Imperative, he created a chart to make explicit why development, representing a Renaissance view of man, was imperative. The graphic depicting Growth Versus No Growth, makes starkly clear what.
Krafft Ehricke’s Extraterrestrial Imperative by Marsha Freeman Burlington, Ontario: Apogee Books, Paperback, pp., $ There are two reasons to read Mar-sha Freeman’s book, Krafft Ehricke’s Extraterrestrial Imperative.
The first is that it adds a crucial dimension to the historiogaphy of 20th Century space. Extraterrestrial Imperative Ehricke promoted a philosophical concept called the "Extraterrestrial Imperative." This idea refers to Ehricke's belief that it was the responsibility of humanity to explore space and exploit the resources of the Solar System, in order to sustain the development of the : MaBerlin, Germany.
"Krafft Ehricke's Extraterrestrial Imperative" is the summation of his work on encouraging the exploration and development of space. The book contains all of his reasons why we need to get off the planet and explore space.
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Krafft A. Ehricke. Far from being isolated in space, Earth is a spaceship with external supplies. The most fundamental commodity, energy, comes from an external source. Terrestrial environment and the biosphere run on the billion billion kilowatt-hours. Colonize Space. Open the Age of Reason: Proceedings of the Krafft A.
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Ehricke, a German-born rocket specialist who became an innovative engineer in the American space program, died Tuesday at his home in La Jolla, Calif., after a long illness. To Krafft Ehricke, space exploration was not an extracurric ular activity, but a function of an "extraterrestrial imperative." For man to progress, he has no choice but to expand his world view and his realm of activity to the entire Universe.
There are no File Size: 1MB. On the Centennial of the German-American Space Pioneer: "Realizing Krafft Ehricke’s Vision for the Future of Mankind" Munich, Germany, Saturday, Ma 10.
K A Ehricke article The Extraterrestrial Imperative exhorts man to expand his presently earth-centric and finite perspective, and couple wiser mgt of terrestrial resources with the tapping of.