Are Space Elevators Growing Closer to Reality? technology 10 years from now

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Theories on how to build a space elevator have been around for decades. Scientists say not only would such technology change humanity, but that we could have built one by now. #Space #Moonshot #BloombergQuicktake ——– Like this video? Subscribe: Become a Quicktake Member for exclusive perks: Subscribe to Quicktake Explained: QuickTake Originals is Bloomberg’s official premium video channel. We bring you insights and analysis from business, science, and technology experts who are shaping our future. We’re home. Subscribe for business news, but not as you’ve known it: exclusive interviews, fascinating profiles, data-driven analysis, to Hello World, Giant Leap, Storylines, and the series powering CityLab, Bloomberg Businessweek, Bloomberg Green, and much more. Visit our partner channel QuickTake News for breaking global news and insight in an instant.

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29 comments

IBRAHIM HAMISU 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

Fùhrer King Bradley, night mode…ON.

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IBRAHIM HAMISU 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

Victoria leitet jetzt London Town.

Hamisu, Ibrahim

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peter lewis 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

No , the failure will be far to dramatic to even contemplate .

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Matt Horrocks 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

Im ready to invest all my money. Where is the coin slot?

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George Feneberg 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

but yeah I have a pretty simple solution for the problem. lol wow I can't believe people haven't thought of the solution I have. Or maybe they, have I don't know, but I haven't heard it and it would work

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George Feneberg 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

if it doesn't snap this is a great Idea. I have a big suggestion for people here but I'm not going to just write that stuff up on comments anymore. But yeah if they can make the elevator to outer space that would be amazing.

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Part Time 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

Space elevators are fiction science..

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This is Crazy 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

Even if we're closer to WW3 than Moon base/city/whatnot or a class out war between poor and the ultra rich, Bloomberg Quicktake is going place with this type of video content.

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Sukry Ronde 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

It was fantastic idea

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Supa Matta 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

The other video estimated it would save 3quadrillion and 10000 years. Its easily worth 20 trillion hours and doable under 4 for a 200km building . Saving 200 trillion in maintenance ,land etc..

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Hail Satan 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

I can’t wait to see the first people break down on it

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Fabrice Besson 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

It will surely take decades
but it can do this they just need to set it at the same speed as that of the earth and have a spring not to go down too many parameters to take into account, I believe that this is possible, the new quantum computers will be able to improve the data in order to have data on which we can actually work, in clear of the high aerobatic calculus

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thepetyo 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

There will never be a space elevator. There is no cable that could even hold it's own weight. No scientist would ever believe it. This is just a lie.

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Ro Will 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

There is no end to the appetite for science fiction. We have no technology that can allow this to happen.

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Royce Peniston 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

A space elevator would simply snap due to inertia, plus there would be a difference in wind drag. For the same reason Neptune has rings that elevator would snap.

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william robson 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

Build a space station at the end of it! no brainier.. Im hearing there might be one coming up for sale..needs work!!

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Edward Duda 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

I think they're a little too optimistic. When you weave carbon nanofibers together, they lose almost 100 times their original strength.

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Dalisu Ngobese 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

Wow Dr Brad clearly doesn’t understand how rockets leave the earth, newsflash it’s not in a straight line, so dropping a cable is gonna be a huge problem

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Infinite Freefall 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

The fact that the japanese professor spoke about how the elevator could cause wars might have been the reason why the writers of Ace Combat 7 wrote their game's story around this concept. Either way it would be dope if we one day build something like this!

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Ekid 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

I wonder what stuff like this does to earths center of mass

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gold nutter 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

Ropes.. cables.. not ribbon

Redundancies are easy.. let's all sit at weaving machines making cables ! 😀

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Yui W 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

This mad scientist is like a gambling addict being at the point of no return. Sad…

Or he can contact Elon Musk coz he's got the inside connection. 😉

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Flavius Nita 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

In my opinion, a construction 40 miles high would be a nice platform in rocket launching. I did some calculus and it saves 80% of rocket contained fuel.

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Salvador Gutierrez 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

Wow

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Phillip Mulligan 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

Going to take a lot of magic beans to grow a beanstalk to space

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Major Kramer 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

Sorry guys but we as humans will never survive the next century. We have decimated our jungles & forests thus destroying a ecosystem of insects. Without plants & animals we have secured our extinction just like we have with or oceans.

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Up North Yooper 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

I wounder whay Elon Musk thinks of this.

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Alex Moreno 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

wrong

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Mad-Cyantist 24/02/2022 - 6:18 Chiều

Sounds a lot like BS

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