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Entertainment 50,000-Plus People Want Jeff Bezos to Go to Space and Never Come Back

00:02  22 june  2021
00:02  22 june  2021 Source:   thewrap.com

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Like Virgin Galactic and Space X, Blue Origin will also give rides to customers for money one day. Bezos has announced that he will personally fly next month aboard Blue Origin's flagship spacecraft, New Shepard, with his brother and a third person. The launch is expected on July 20, 2021. It is written in this petition that, Jeff Bezos is actually Lex Luthor, who is known to be the alleged owner of a super successful online retail store. Although he is an anvil who is doing global domination. Jeff has worked with Epstein and the Knights Templar as well as the Free Masons to gain control of the entire

Days after billionaire Jeff Bezos announced he would be flying to space , multiple petitions have been launched to prevent the Amazon CEO’s return to Earth. Two of these petitions have collectively gathered over 56, 000 signatures. On June 7, Bezos said that he would be going to space with his brother Mark Bezos , when his space exploration company Blue Origin launches its first flight Needless to say, netizens are quite amused by this turn of events and are sharing the petitions, asking others to sign them. Some are sharing hilarious reasons for not wanting Bezos back on earth.

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Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is set to embark on a brief journey into outer space in one month but an online petition that's racking up thousands of signatures requests that the world's richest man be kept floating in space instead of allowed back to Earth.

More than 50,000 people worldwide — yes, you read that right — have signed a petition created on activism platform Change.org titled, "Do not allow Jeff Bezos to return to Earth." While Change.org encourages people to write deep descriptions of their petitions, this one is just one concise sentence: "Billionaires should not exist... on earth, or in space, but should they decide the latter they should stay there."

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Jeff Bezos is scheduled to launch into space on his company Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket on July 20. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Space Exploration Initiative has partnered with Blue Origin and conducted critical research aboard its previous space test flights. Participants board a plane to experience the weightlessness that accompanies a zero gravity environment. “It’s a Boeing 727 a little bit modified and just like what you’d fly in across the Atlantic, for example, and what that plane does, is it does what you never want a plane to do,” says Ekblaw.

Jeff Bezos ' space trip: How far Amazon boss is going , how he'll get back and how safe it is. Why Jeff Bezos needs to come back from space . Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is headed to space on a suborbital flight run by his company Blue Origin. As of this taping, more than 16, 000 people have signed a

The petition was created by a guy who goes by the username Ric G., who made it a couple weeks ago on behalf of "The Proletariat." It doesn't appear to be affiliated with any particular group; just one guy who'd rather see Bezos stuck in outer space and made to try dominating another planet's economy.

Bezos is the CEO of Amazon, but not for long — he will step down from his post July 5 to focus more on his aerospace venture Blue Origin. The billionaire planning to go to space for roughly 11 minutes July 20. He'll go alongside his brother and one other space tourist in the first crewed mission by Blue Origin. The capsule and rocket the group will take off on is called the New Shepherd and current bids for the third seat on the mission are topping $2.8 million.

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More than 56, 000 people have signed petitions to stop Jeff Bezos from returning to Earth after his trip to space next month. Once New Shepard reaches the Kármán line — an imaginary boundary 100 kilometers, or 62 miles, above the Earth's surface — the capsule is designed to separate from the booster, reenter the atmosphere, and float back down to Earth with the help of parachutes. "I want to go on this flight because it's a thing I wanted to do all my life," Bezos said in a video posted to Instagram on June 7. "It's an adventure — it's a big deal for me."

We reached out to Amazon and Bezos on this, and to see if this might at all make him consider actually living on another planet like his fellow billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk, but Amazon didn't immediately respond to requests for comment.

One of the best parts about Change.org petitions is they allow the person signing it to leave comment when they support. The only issue is there's no profanity filter, so we went ahead and made a couple of the more obscene messages SFW, like this cheeky one below.

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Some of the statements on this petition are true comedic gems… like this person who argued that if you go into space you're not necessarily guaranteed entry back home: "Being let back into Earth is a privilege-- not a right. If he wants back in he's gotta work for it," they said.

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"Any man who allows his workers to pee in bottles does not deserve to live on this earth," a petition signee named Mbone Elango noted, referencing Amazon's recent apology for denying reports that some of its delivery drivers aren't given proper breaks and forced to urinate in plastic bottles while working deliveries.

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Thousands of people have signed online petitions to bar Amazon founder Jeff Bezos from entering the Earth. On July 20, Bezos will be going to space .

Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos in July will blast off, ushering in a new era of private space travel, and raising questions about who gets to call themselves an astronaut. Will paying customers be considered astronauts? With that definition, getting to space could be dependent on the size or shape of an aircraft. Another wrinkle is that the changing atmosphere may effectively move the line, Turner said. Cantrell's Phantom Space aims to mass produce launch vehicles to carry people to space . Its goal is to make it easy for anyone to travel out of Earth's atmosphere, meaning anyone could be an astronaut.

One signee named David Bond who wondered if Bezos would just try to colonize space if given the chance.

"I cannot imagine a more despicable person. I also feel like him having all of outer space to himself would be his dream come true. Aren't there loads of alien species he could subjugate, now that he's done doing that to us?" Bond questioned.

One signee named Lynda Dods questioned why we can't just send every billionaire into space, if Jeff figured it out.

"If they can send a billionaire to Mars why can't they send them all there," Dods said.

Other people argued that exiling Bezos to space would be payback for his company's poor treatment of its workers. "Stay in space or treat your workers with dignity," a signee named Alexandria Bagwell wrote, after noting that Amazon's profits skyrocketed during the pandemic.

Take a look at the petition here, and stay tuned for more news on Bezos' interstellar journey later next month.

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