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  • while we are struggling to make ends meet, some people make more money in a single year

    寅吃卯糧,寅吃卯糧,有的人一年賺得更多

  • than some nations do.

    比一些國家。

  • And I am not exaggerating.

    我也沒有誇大其詞。

  • If you are lucky, you might make a million dollar over your lifetime, but the founder

    如果你運氣好,可能一輩子就能賺到100萬美金,但是,創始人

  • of Amazon, Jeff Bezos in 2018 alone made over 27 billion dollars.

    的亞馬遜,傑夫-貝佐斯在2018年就賺了270多億美元。

  • In fact, his net worth peaked at 167 billion dollars in September of that year.

    事實上,他的淨資產在當年9月達到了1670億美元的頂峰。

  • But he isn't the only one who made such an incredible fortune in such a short period

    但他並不是唯一一個在這麼短的時間內賺到這麼多錢的人。

  • of time, many other billionaires have boosted their wealth as well.

    的時間,許多其他億萬富翁也提升了他們的財富。

  • Of course, it's great to make so much money, but when you are at that level of wealth,

    當然,能賺到這麼多錢固然好,但當你的財富達到這種程度。

  • it's pretty easy to lose it as well, since it gets quite difficult to manage.

    這是很容易失去它,以及,因為它變得相當困難管理。

  • Take an example of the founder of Zara who lost over 16.2 billion dollars just last year.

    以Zara的創始人為例,他去年就虧損了162億多美元。

  • Or Mark Zuckerburg who's net worth was down by almost 19 billion dollars.

    或者馬克-扎克伯格的淨資產減少了近190億美元。

  • But the richest man in modern history was John Rockefeller who's net worth was estimated

    但現代史上最富有的人是約翰-洛克菲勒,他的淨資產估計是

  • to be around 400 billion dollars.

    為4000億元左右。

  • He took advantage of the resource that was newly discovered then and built his wealth

    他利用當時新發現的資源,建立了自己的財富。

  • around it, by monopolizing the entire industry.

    圍繞它,通過壟斷整個行業。

  • Of course, you can't do that today because the industry is too competitive and the world

    當然,今天你做不到,因為這個行業競爭太激烈了,而且這個世界

  • is trying to get greener.

    正在努力變得更加綠色。

  • So the worlds first trillionaire will have to conquer an entirely new industry as John

    是以,世界上第一個萬億富翁將不得不征服一個全新的行業,因為約翰

  • Rockefeller did.

    洛克菲勒做到了。

  • And its probably going to be space.

    而其可能會是空間。

  • That sounds pretty vague because a lot of people still don't understand how are you

    這聽起來很模糊,因為很多人還不明白你是怎麼做到的

  • going to profit from space except getting satellites to space and delivering cargo to

    除了將衛星送入太空和將貨物送入太空之外,還將從太空中獲利。

  • ISS as SpaceX does today.

    國際空間站,就像今天SpaceX所做的那樣。

  • Of course, there is the potential of space tourism as well, but only the super rich will

    當然,太空旅遊也是有潛力的,但只有超級富豪會

  • be able to afford that.

    能夠負擔得起。

  • So you might make a lot of money out of it, but it will definitely won't make you a trillionaire.

    所以你可能會從中賺到很多錢,但絕對不會讓你成為萬億富翁。

  • But the space industry is far bigger than that.

    但航天產業的規模遠不止於此。

  • It's filled with an infinite amount of resources that are finite here on earth.

    這裡充滿了無限的資源,而地球上的資源是有限的。

  • And whoever will start mining asteroids first, will probably end up becoming the first trillionaire.

    而誰先開始開採小行星,誰就可能最終成為第一個萬億富翁。

  • Asteroids contain all kind of raw materials that are extremely precious here on earth

    小行星上的各種原材料在地球上都是非常珍貴的。

  • such as Gold, silver, platinum and so on.

    如黃金、白銀、鉑金等。

  • In 1997 a small asteroid was discovered with a diameter of just 1.5 kilometers and it contained

    1997年,人們發現了一顆直徑只有1.5公里的小行星,它包含了

  • 20 trillion US Dollars worth of precious metals.

    價值20萬億美元的貴金屬。

  • And space is literally filled with them, a small asteroid with a diameter of less than

    而太空中真的充滿了它們,一顆顆直徑不到的小行星。

  • a kilometer can contain two or three times more iron and nickel than the entire world

    一公里的含鐵量和含鎳量是全世界的兩三倍。

  • production.

    生產。

  • Of course mining iron and delivering it back to earth isn't going to be profitable, at

    當然,開採鐵礦並將其運回地球是不可能盈利的,在。

  • least in the forecastable future, but platinum that's quite rare and expensive on earth

    至少在可預測的未來,但在地球上相當罕見和昂貴的鉑金

  • is used in many technologies that we use on daily basis and would be extremely profitable.

    在我們日常使用的很多技術中都有使用,會有極大的收益。

  • You can mine 25-50 billion dollar worth of platinum just from a 30 meters long asteroid.

    僅僅從一顆30米長的小行星上就能開採出價值250-500億美元的鉑金。

  • Of course, the excessive supply of these metals will definitely drive the price down, but

    當然,這些金屬的過量供應肯定會推動價格下跌,但...。

  • one or two companies will get there first, and they will probably be careful with the

    有一兩家公司會先到那裡,他們可能會小心翼翼地與。

  • amount of raw materials they will supply the earth.

    他們將為地球提供多少原材料。

  • On top of that, as the world gets technological advanced, the demand for these precious metals

    除此之外,隨著世界科技的發達,對這些貴金屬的需求也在增加

  • will only grow, especially if we start sending more satellites and building colonies on the

    尤其是當我們開始發送更多的衛星並在太空中建立殖民地的時候

  • moon and mars.

    月亮和火星。

  • There isn't yet a single company that can mine asteroids but there are plenty of them

    目前還沒有一家公司可以開採小行星,但有很多公司可以開採。

  • working on that.

    工作上。

  • The biggest challenge is transportation.

    最大的挑戰是交通。

  • Rockets aren't cheap because they are not reusable.

    火箭不便宜,因為它們不能重複使用。

  • However, some people are about to change that.

    然而,有些人即將改變這種狀況。

  • What SpaceX has achieved already is really impressive, but their rockets aren't 100

    SpaceX已經取得的成就確實令人印象深刻,但他們的火箭並不是100個

  • percent reusable and some parts need to be completely replaced before it takes off again.

    百分之百可以重複使用,有些部件需要完全更換後才能再次起飛。

  • But they are not the only company with impressive results.

    但他們並不是唯一一家取得驕人業績的公司。

  • Although that Blue Origin's rocket is far behind SpaceX's, judging by their history,

    雖然從他們的歷史來看,那個藍色起源的火箭遠遠落後於SpaceX。

  • it seems like they going to catch up soon.

    看來他們很快就會追上來。

  • and both of these companies are privately owned by Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk.

    而這兩家公司都是傑夫-貝佐斯和埃隆-馬斯克的私人所有。

  • By perfecting the reusability of rockets, not only they will be the only companies that

    通過完善火箭的可重複使用性,不僅他們將成為唯一的公司。

  • will have the ability to mine asteroids but also create a brand new industry and monopolize

    將有能力開採小行星,但也創造了一個全新的行業,並壟斷了。

  • it.

    它。

  • And since Amazon is growing tremendously and isn't showing any sign of slowing down,

    而且由於亞馬遜的增長巨大,並沒有任何放緩的跡象。

  • Jeff Bezos will have all the resources to be one of the first people to take advantage

    傑夫-貝佐斯將擁有所有資源,成為第一批利用的人之一。

  • of the space.

    的空間。

  • And as Amazon is conquering one industry after another here on earth and building monopolies,

    而隨著亞馬遜在地球上征服一個又一個行業,建立壟斷。

  • there is no reason they wouldn't do it in space.

    他們沒有理由不在太空中這樣做。

  • So Bezos is in a much better position to cross that trillion dollar threshold first.

    所以,貝佐斯更有條件先跨過這個萬億美元的門檻。

  • If you guys enjoyed this video, make sure you give it a thumbs up and subscribe for

    如果你們喜歡這個視頻,一定要給它豎起大拇指,並訂閱。

  • more videos.

    更多視頻。

  • Thanks for watching and I will catch you guys in the next one.

    謝謝大家的觀看,下期節目我再來找你們。

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寅吃卯糧,寅吃卯糧,有的人一年賺得更多

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