There are many job oppurtunites that come with our idea. Here are just a few. All of them are in STEM! There are many colleges located in Georgia that produce these employees such as Georgia Tech, Savannah State University and Poly Tech.
Areospace Engineer: These engineers will build the space shuttle that will house the helium 3 on it's journey to Earth.
Mechanical Engineer: The mechanical engineers will create the machine parts for the robots to be easily put together on the moon.
Robotic Engineer: These engineers will build Eti and Ana.
Nuclear Safety and Regulatory Engineer: These engineers will make sure that the nuclear fusion is safe at all times.
Construction Engineer: These engineers will build the nuclear reactor on Earth.
Physicists: Physicists will help explain the science behind nuclear fusion.
Effects on the Community
This product will help our community by boosting the economy, creating new and cleaner energy, and it will cause people to join togeher to make the project work. The result is, if we were to fill a space shuttle with helium 3, it would supply energy to the United States for an entire year. Get ready for Project Revoulutionary.
Challenges, Education, Workforce, Funding,and Policy
In order for the Revolutionary to work, there will have to be some major teamwork in government in STEM work places today. Young children must be exposed to STEM more often. STEM should be a regular part of the classroom. New technologies and ideas need to be created in order to improve upon our design. With enough teamwork, government, support, and funding, Project Revolutionary is sure to be paid for. It may take a lot of work, but we're ready for the challenge.
Georgia is getting ready to prepare a launch pad on the southern coast. Learn more: Here
Why We Can't "Mine" On The Moon
Today, China is trying to go to the moon and mine from it. This is why our idea is better. If you mined on the moon, the moon would have less mass. That would results in a smaller gravitational force. If there was a smaller gravitational force between the Earth and the moon, varied problems would occur on Earth. Problems such as climate change, tides, volcanic erruptions