Have you ever considered the idea of living in a colossal space colony holding nigh on two million people and having Earth-type gravity? Such cities in space are actually perfectly possible during the coming century - some could even be built in the next thirty years if the will is there. Mark Hempsell and Stephen Ashworth of the British Interplanetary Society have been involved in engineering and social studies of orbiting cities, and in this episode they take us on a stunning ride through the possibilities of there being over 100 billion people living in space by the end of the twenty-second century.
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