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Guest: Dr. Philip Harris. Topics: space enterprise, terrestrial law vs. astrolaw, space and culture synergy. Dr.Philip Harris was our guest today to discuss his new book, "Space Enterprise: Living and Working Offworld in the 21t Century." Visit www.drphilipharris.com for more information about the book and the full scope of work produced by Dr. Harris. You can also purchase this book through One Giant Leap Foundation and Amazon www.onegiantleapfoundation.org/books.htm. We started our discussion with Dr. Harris by focusing on the space vision for humanity and various countries as well as casting the space vision representing the image for the future. In this discussion, Dr. Harris referenced the work by Kraft Ehricke and we talked about how we are not limited in resources when space is factored into our awareness, economy, and actions. This is in sharp contrast to the school of thought represented by Club of Rome thinking regarding the limitation of resources. What type of world do you want to live in is a question that needs to be asked and answered as space provides the options and opportunities that unbound us. Listen to this discussion and see if you agree with Dr. Harris. We spent considerable time during the show talking about education and culture. Synergy was mentioned as a major part of culture was depicted as key to our becoming space-faring. You will certainly want to hear what Dr. Harris had to say about global cultural synergy and interdependence in our space planning. Space enterprise from the macro perspective was an overriding theme for this discussion and space development. Later in the show, Dr. Harris discussed his recommendations for how best to move forward. He described in detail the Global Space Trust concept for here on Earth and the the Lunar Economic Development Authority for the Moon. See what you think of the programs and suggestions offered during this discussion. One of the recurring themes of our discussion was the need for education starting in grade school. If you have questions or comments for Dr. Harris, you can reach him through me at firstname.lastname@example.org or his website, www.drphilipharris.com/contact.html.