On the other hand, how things are moving now it resembles the world’s militaries are moving into space, and want to use their technologies to combat their enemies. The future of space wars will soon be upon us. Many science fiction writers have written about it, but today with laser systems, satellite murdering missiles, along with the improvement of space programs, it might be almost impossible to stop.

If this is a subject that disturbs the hell out of you, join the club. But, we should not hide our heads in the sand, since it is something we must discuss. If you want to discuss this topic and think about it, then I’d like to recommend a very good book to you, it will surely provide you a little bit of background and history of how we got to where we are today. This is a book that I possess, and one I’d like to recommend for you, the title of this book is;

“War in Space” by James Canan 1982

This book takes us through the Cold War including; the Missile Gap, SALT I and SALT II, and Apollo, the SOYUZ test Project, in Addition to the creation of this ICBM missile, the following loopholes, and Skylab. It explains the Cold War days with submarines with Polaris missiles, and also a land-based MX missile system.

He clarifies future man-made plastics and lightning, which we now see are generated by United States scientists at the military-industrial complex. And he talks about charged particle beams, directed energy, and lasers; one shot one kill. You will find chapters on the The 1978 Deuterum Floride Laser, “TALON GOLD” Project, “Lasers in space” initiatives, PAVE PAWS undertaking, and the space track project.

He describes that the RASV reusable aerospace vehicle. In addition, he tells how the Russians encoded data from their distance program. He describes the “SEESAW” job. Apparently, the author’s summation of things to come, were right on target. FYI; Today we have Chinese shooting down satellites and a number of the generals stating “of course, we are going to have to put weapons in space to protect our country.” Yah, what else is they used for? Please consider all of this.