Clark-Martin Plan text.
Doesn't spec incentivesThus, the plan:The United States federal government should provide incentives to the National Aeronautics and SpaceAdministration for research, development, and implementation of space-based solar power satellites.We’ll clarify.NASA Trade-off DA. Maybe have the DOD do it. Consult Congress.
Kernoff-Olney Plan text.
Says monetary incentives. For development and deployment of SPSPlan:The United States Federal Government should substantially increase monetary incentives for development and deployment of Solar Power Satellites in the United States. We’ll clarify.Doesn't have a good fed key warrant – Their national security space office card doesn't say that theFEDERAL GOVERNMENT specifically should provide incentives, it just says incentives.Their Hamilton card doesn't have warrants why a NATIONALLY coordinated program would solve or why it would have to be led by the USFG. It just sounds like the states which make up the US could doit too.Their NewScientist card also doesn't even mention the USFG
States CP probably solves. Need to cut ptix links – pop, unpop, incr pcap, decr pcap,
Their Morring card doesn't say we can achieve the types of transformational changes indicated by the1ac advantages. It just says some change can happen within 10 years.They claim as their first advantage Information War and say that information solves prolif, but their evis talking in the context of surveillance systems in the military. They say that space solves surveillancewhich allows for a more effective military. This seems extra-T b/c it's not from alt energy incentives.
Links pretty hard to securitization K – surveillance links, militarism links, balancing, eco-managerialismgoogle scholar search on security and space and representations/discourse args. Copenhagenschool.USFG has to do it – Fisc Disc Net Benefit
– US probably has to send the satellites up there.3