© 2018 by Jack Newbury

The S.I.A National Broadcast

01/29/2018

The S.I.A’s (Space Immigration Administration’s) latest project focuses on human enhancement for the advantage of future space immigration and travel.  

 

According to NASA, humans require a healthy BMI, blood pressure level, 20/20 vision, high IQ (including fluent Russian) and no history of mental disorders to travel to space. In a future where the earth is undergoing contamination from overpopulation, war, climate change, political leaders etc. humans will not be able to survive the harsh conditions on earth in 100 years. The value of immigration into space will allow for new exploration to other “exoplanets” for a chance at a new life for future generations.

The S.I.A application form 

 

Our situation recognises a world where our company have identified the requirements for humans to travel to Kepler-452 b. From this, the company have proposed a range of products that are available on the market, for the public, which allows for bodily enhancement through biotechnology and biomedicine; rather than biohacking as it is less invasive and harmful for the body. This world now sees many people using these products to enhance their body for future generations to already require the adequate specifications in their genes to be able to travel to space.

Our video is set in 2028, where we see a national broadcast being shown at home, moreover, a collection of individuals use the products to enhance or stabilise their vital physical, emotional and mental levels. We plan that future generations within the next 100 years would start to colonise on our first destination Kepler-452 b; an “earth-cousin” that orbits a star like ours in the habitable zone, where liquid water could exist.

 

 All source material and clips are used for educational purposes only.

If we can identify another Earth-like planet, it comes full circle, from thinking that everything revolves around our planet to knowing that there are lots of other Earths out there.”-

Sara Seager, Professor of Planetary Science and Physics at MIT.

Designed by Jack Newbury & students from MAMF / MAID at CSM

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