JAKARTA – As if he wasn’t bothered by the tragedy of the sinking of the Titan submarine, one of the founders of Oceangate announced that he was going on an expedition to Venus. This plan is also under consideration, as his expedition to the wreck of the Titanic in June 2023 ended tragically.
Report from Travel Tomorrow, Friday (4/8/2023), Guillermo Söhnlein, the ambitious founder of Oceangate, wants to promote Venus as a potential long-term destination for humanity. He will implement his vision of him through a US-domiciled non-profit organization, Humans2Venus.
Söhnlein himself had previously said that the world would forget OceanGate for the disaster that occurred. According to him, human beings may be on the verge of a major breakthrough if they continue to take advantage of existing potential, instead of just floundering in sadness and regret.
As an adventurer, Söhnlein also shares with Stockton Rush, another Oceangate founder who died in the tragic sinking of the Titan submarine, his view that safety certification is an obstacle in risky exploration missions.
Unfortunately, it is not yet known how Söhnlein will carry out this crazy mission. What is clear is that scientists have been studying the possibility of life on Venus since the mid-20th century, although Venus has recently been notorious for its high temperatures.
An area of Venus’ atmosphere about 50 km (30 miles) above the planet’s surface is speculated to support human life. Söhnlein’s ambition is to establish a colony in this part of the atmosphere by 2050, even though he himself admits that his idea is undervalued by the public.
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