The Millennial Project 2.0

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Aeroponics :

Aeroponics is the process of growing plants in an air or mist environment without the use of soil or an aggregate medium. Aeroponic culture differs from both hydroponics and in-vitro (Plant tissue culture) growing. Unlike hydroponics, which uses water as a growing medium and essential minerals to sustain plant growth, aeroponics is conducted without a growing medium.[1] (See also: Wikipedia:Aeroponics, Agriculture, Hydroponics)

Active agent :

(See also:Passive agent)

Agriculture :

(See also: Wikipedia:Agriculture)

Airship :

(See also: Wikipedia:Airship)

Algae-based biofuel systems :

Algeaculture :

(See also: Wikipedia:Algeaculture)

Alternative hydrolizer systems :

Ambient environment assemblers :

Antimatter :

(See also: Wikipedia:Antimatter)

Aquaculture :

is the farming of freshwater and saltwater organisms including molluscs, crustaceans and aquatic plants. Unlike fishing, aquaculture, also known as aquafarming, implies the cultivation of aquatic populations under controlled conditions. Mariculture refers to aquaculture practiced in marine environments. Particular kinds of aquaculture include algaculture (the production of kelp/seaweed and other algae), fish farming, shrimp farming, oyster farming, and the growing of cultured pearls. Particular methods include aquaponics, which integrates fish farming and plant farming. (See also: Wikipedia:Aquaculture)

Aquarian bounty :

Aquarian colony design concepts :

Aquarian digital infrastructure :

Aquarian intermediate stages :

Aquarian mariculture and farming :

Aquarian marine resources :

Aquarian SE Downstation :

Aquarius :

(See also: Wikipedia:Aquarius)

Architecture :

(See also: Wikipedia:Architecture)

Arcology :

(See also: Wikipedia:Arcology)

Artificial gravity :

Artificial intelligence (AI):

is the intelligence of machines and the branch of computer science which aims to create it. Major AI textbooks define the field as "the study and design of intelligent agents," where an intelligent agent is a system that perceives its environment and takes actions which maximize its chances of success. John McCarthy, who coined the term in 1956, defines it as "the science and engineering of making intelligent machines." (See also: Wikipedia:Artificial intelligence)

Artificial life (A-life):

(See also: Wikipedia:Artificial life)

Artificial sentience :

Asgard :

(See also: Wikipedia:Asgard)

Asgard digitial infrastructure :

Asgard mining cooperative :

Asgard orbital services :

Asgard SE Upstation :

Assembler :

(See also: Wikipedia:Assembler)

Asteroid :

(See also: Wikipedia:Asteroid)

Asteroid settlements :

Automated transportation :

Avallon :

(See also: Wikipedia:Avalon)


Ballistic engineering program :

Ballistic railway network :

Beachhead systems :

Beamship concept :

Bifrost :

(See also: Wikipedia:Bifrost)

Biosphere :

(See also: Wikipedia:Biosphere)

BioSphere :

BioSuit :

BioZome :

Blog :

(See also: Wikipedia:Blog)

Buckminster Fuller :


Carrier pallets :

Cheap Access To Space (CATS):

(See also: Wikipedia:Cheap Access To Space, SSTO)

Chrysalis Systems :

Circum-Equatorial Transit Network :

Cognitive augmentation :

Cold water radiant cooling :

Cold-bed agriculture :

Colony :

(See also: Wikipedia:Colony)

Comet :

(See also: Wikipedia:Comet)

Commercial concrete complex :

Commercial frame complex :

Container mod complex :

Current systems :

Cyclic transport :


Deep space telemetry and telecom network (DST&TN ):

Diamondoids :

(See also: Wikipedia:Diamondoids)

Disassemblers :

(See also: Wikipedia:Disassemblers)

Disruptive technologies :

(See also: Wikipedia:Disruptive technologies)

Distributed computer :

(See also: Wikipedia:Distributed computer)

Down-range telemetry and telecom network (DRT&TN ):

Dynamic gate array processors :

(See also: Wikipedia:Dynamic gate array processors)


Eco-Community :

EcoCruiser :

EcoJet :

Ecology :

(See also: Wikipedia:Ecology)

Ecosphere :

(See also: Wikipedia:Ecosphere)

Ecospherics :

(See also: Wikipedia:Ecospherics)

Elysium :

(See also: Wikipedia:Elysium)

Enclosure :

Equatorial Marine Space Center :

eVillage :

EvoHab :

Evolution :

(See also: Wikipedia:Evolution)

Excavated settlement :

Exponential manufacturing :


Fabber :

(See also: Wikipedia:Fabber)

Fab-it-yourself (FIY):

Foundation :

Foundation CIC :

Foundation communities :

Foundation Community Network (FCN):

Foundation Convention Circuit :

Foundation fairs :

Foundation Media :

Foundation promotional effort :

Foundation Trilogy :

Freedom :

Free-range fish farming :

Fusion :

(See also: Wikipedia:Fusion)

Future Fair :


Galactia :

Galaxy :

(See also: Wikipedia:Galaxy)

Geopolis :

GreenStar :

GreenStar Aerospace :

GreenStar AgroSystems :

GreenStar Biotech :

GreenStar Codeworks :

GreenStar Community Cooperative :

GreenStar Construction :

GreenStar Credit Union :

GreenStar Cultural :

GreenStar DigiTech :

GreenStar Education :

GreenStar Energy :

GreenStar Free-Market Exchange Network :

GreenStar Industrial Cooperative :

GreenStar Materials :

GreenStar Medical :

GreenStar Modular Building Products :

GreenStar PharmaTech :

GreenStar Properties :

GreenStar Relief :

GreenStar Robotics :

GreenStar Science Research Cooperative :

GreenStar Securities :

GreenStar Security :

GreenStar Telecommunications :

GreenStar Toolworks :

GreenStar Transit :

GreenStar Transportation Systems :

GreenStar Ventures :


Habitat :

(See also: Wikipedia:Habitat)

Hari Seldon :

Heliopolis :

Humanism :

(See also: Wikipedia:Humanism)

Hydride storage systems :

Hydroculture :

(See also: Wikipedia:Hydroculture)

Hydroponics :

(See also: Wikipedia:Hydroponics)


Inchworms :

Internet of things :

Inter-Orbital Shuttle :

Inter-Orbital Transport :

Inter-Orbital Way-Station :

Interstellar :

(See also: Wikipedia:Interstellar)



Kardechev Scale :


Lander :

Large area cast acrylic structures :

Laser molecular conveyance :

(See also: Wikipedia:Laser molecular conveyance)

LightCraft :

(See also: Wikipedia:LightCraft)

Living Universe Foundation :

(See also: Wikipedia:Living Universe Foundation)

Long tail economics :

(See also: Wikipedia:Long tail economics)

Luz Azul :

(See also: Wikipedia:Luz Azul)


M3 Game Project :

MagTrack Transport System :

Manned habitats :

Manned Orbital Factory (MOF ):

Mariculture :

is a specialized branch of aquaculture involving the cultivation of marine organisms for food and other products in the open ocean, an enclosed section of the ocean, or in tanks, ponds or raceways which are filled with seawater. An example of the latter is the farming of marine fish, including finfish and shellfish e.g.prawns, or oysters and seaweed in saltwater ponds. Non-food products produced by mariculture include: fish meal, nutrient agar, jewelries (e.g. cultured pearls), and cosmetics. (See also: Wikipedia:Mariculture)

Marine mass launcher (MML ):

Mars :

(See also: Wikipedia:Mars)

Marshall Savage :

Marshall Thomas Savage is an advocate of space travel who wrote The Millennial Project: Colonizing the Galaxy in Eight Easy Steps and founded the Living Universe Foundation, which was designed to make plans for stellar exploration over the next 1,000 years. (From: Wikipedia:Marshall Savage)

Mass launcher system :

Materials internet :

Matter compilers :

Meat culturing :

Media :

(See also: Wikipedia:Media)

Microchips :

(See also: Wikipedia:Microchips)

Microfabbers :

Microgravity food processors :

Milkyway galaxy :

(See also: Wikipedia:Milkyway galaxy)

Millennial Project 2.0, The (The Millennial Project 2.0) :

Millennial Project, The (The Millennial Project) :

MODroc :

Modular Unmanned Orbital Factory (MUOF ):

Modular Unmanned Orbital Laboratory (MUOL ):

Moon :

(See also: Wikipedia:Moon)

Mountain Waverider :

Museum of Tomorrow :


NanoAspic :

Nanochips :

(See also: Wikipedia:Nanochips)

NanoFabbers :

Nanofabrication :

(See also: Wikipedia:Nanofabrication)

NanoFoam :

NanoFoundry :

NanoLathe :

Nanomaterials :

(See also: Wikipedia:Nanomaterials)

NanoSoup :

Nanotechnology :

(See also: Wikipedia:Nanotechnology)

Next-generation hydrogen storage :

Nuclear isomers :

(See also: Wikipedia:Nuclear isomers)


Ocean Thermal Energy Converter (OTEC):

On-Line Community Program :

Open Computer Project :

Open Courseware Network :

Open Energy Project :

Open Fabber Project :

Open source :

(See also: Wikipedia:Open source)

Open Source Everything Project :

Open Space Project :

Open-source law :

Orbital mining systems :

Organic hybrid colony :

Organic/ferro-cement complex :

Organica :

OSbot :

Outpost :


Pallet truck :

Passive agent :

(See also:Active agent)

Personal Packet Transit (PPT):

Personal Rapid Transit (PRT):

Plasma :

(See also: Wikipedia:Plasma)

Plasma waste conversion :

Pneumatically stabilized platforms (PSP ):

(See also: Wikipedia:Pneumatic stabilized platforms)

Polymorphic composites :

(See also: Wikipedia:Polymorphic composites)

Polyspecies mariculture :

(See also: Wikipedia:Polyspecies mariculture)

Portfolio Development Project :

Posthumanist :

(See also: Wikipedia:Posthumanist)

Post-industrial :

(See also: Wikipedia:Post-industrial)

Post-industrial economics :

Post-industrial era :

Programmable matter :

(See also: Wikipedia:Programmable matter)

Propulsion :

(See also: Wikipedia:Propulsion)

Psychohistory :

(See also: Wikipedia:Psychohistory)



Railgun :

(See also: Wikipedia:Railgun)

Relay archipelago :

Remotes :

Resort prefab complex :

Resource based economy :

(See also: Wikipedia:Resource based economy)

RhiZome :

Robot :

(See also: Wikipedia:Robot)

Robotics :

(See also: Wikipedia:Robotics)

RocShaw Personal Mobility Units :

Rough lander :


SeaBox Village :

SeaFoam :

SeaFoam Colony :

SeaStar :

Seed settlement :

Self-replication :

(See also: Wikipedia:Self-replication)

Settlement :

(See also: Wikipedia:Settlement)

Single Stage To Orbit (SSTO):

(See also: Wikipedia:Single Stage To Orbit)

Sky mimicry :

SkyFarm :

SkyGarden :

SkyScraper :

Small space animal husbandry :

Smart materials :

(See also: Wikipedia:Smart materials)

Soft lander :

Solar Circle :

Solar Ferry :

Solar Power Satellite (SPS ):

Solar Ribbon :

Solar sails :

Solar Snowflake :

Solar Wingsail Cruiser :

Solaria :

(See also:Solaria)

Solaris (Sol):

(See also: Wikipedia:Solaris, Solaria)

Space :

(See also: Wikipedia:Space)

Space advocacy :

(See also: Wikipedia:Space advocacy, Foundation)

Space elevator :

(See also: Wikipedia:Space elevator, Bifrost)

Space elevator (SE ):

Space settlement :

Spacial ambiance enhancement :

Special mission vessels :

Star :

(See also: Wikipedia:Star, Solaria)

Star Festivals :

Starship :

(See also: Wikipedia:Starship, Solaria)

Stateless Future :

Stationary Cluster Systems :

Statistical Assembly :

Stellar colonization :

Submarine habitats :

Supercritical Water Oxidation :

SuperStore :

Surface shuttle vehicles :

Surface transit waystation :


Tectonic colony :

Telecommunications :

(See also: Wikipedia:Telecommunications)

Telerobot families :

Telerobotics :

(See also: Wikipedia:Telerobotics)

Terra Firma :

Terra Preta :

Terraforming :

(literally, "Earth-shaping") of a planet, moon, or other body is the hypothetical process of deliberately modifying its atmosphere, temperature, surface topography or ecology to be similar to those of Earth to make it habitable by humans. The term is sometimes used more generally as a synonym for planetary engineering. (See also: Wikipedia:Terraforming, Elysium)

The Millennial Project (TMP):

The first book to describe the The Millennial Project[1] was written by Marshall Savage. Among other things, it had the effect of inspiring the creation of the Living Universe Foundation. Since that time, however, technology has marched on, and so has our knowledge of what works, and what doesn't. Consequently, rather than accept obsolescence, a new book is being written. (See also: Wikipedia:The Millennial Project)

The Millennial Project 2.0 (TMP2):

(See also:The Millennial Project)

Tidal systems :

TMP Model Series :

TMP Phases :

(See also:)

Transhumanism :

(See also: Wikipedia:Transhumanism)

Transhumanist :

(See also: Wikipedia:Transhumanist)

Transhumanist spectrum :

(See also: Wikipedia:Transhumanist spectrum)

Transportation :

(See also: Wikipedia:Transportation, Category:Transportation)


UltraLight SSTO :

(See also:SSTO)

UpLift :

(See also: Wikipedia:UpLift, Transhumanism)

Utilihab :

Utilimobile :


Valhalla :

(See also: Wikipedia:Valhalla)

Vanadium redox systems :

VersaBot :

Virtual habitat :

Virtual Habitat Program :

Virtual people :

Virtual Reality (VR):

(See also: Wikipedia:Virtual Reality, Virtual People)


Wave systems :

Wiki :

(See also: Wikipedia:Wiki)

Wingship :

Work Breakdown Structure (WBS):

WristRocket Personal Mobility Unit :




ZipLine Tether Transport System :

  1. Stoner, R.J. and J.M. Clawson (1997-1998). A High Performance, Gravity Insensitive, Enclosed Aeroponic System for Food Production in Space. Principal Investigator, NASA SBIR NAS10-98030.