All for One and One (Space) for All!


  • Jialu Xin



 Global equity is the common pursuit of most people all over the world. Although fairness is not absolute, we should try our best to achieve global fairness in resource allocation and opportunity supply. But it’s hard to make the distribution of the resources and development opportunities fair enough with the limited resources on the earth. With the depletion of the earth's resources, more and more people realize that the earth's resources are not enough for people to use permanently, so scientists have created a great idea of asteroid mining. With the limitation of technology and the economy, there is still a long way to go. After solving the problems above, it’s still hard to achieve global equity while allocating mineral resources. Aiming at rationalizing the allocation of resources mined on the asteroids, we try to establish a global equity model. At the same time, we will also study the feasibility and vision of asteroid mining. The impact of variability and volatility factors on the model will be analyzed.


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How to Cite

Xin, J. (2023). All for One and One (Space) for All!. Academic Journal of Science and Technology, 4(2), 148–157.