If we devoted all of the world's resources to space travel, how far would we be able to get in the next decade in terms of interstellar travel.
We wouldn't even be able to reach the nearest star.
>And then there's the issue of fuel. It would take at least the current energy output of the entire world to send a probe to the nearest star, according to Brice N. Cassenti, an associate professor with the Department of Engineering and Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. That's a generous figure: More likely, Cassenti says, it would be as much as 100 times that.
>"We just can't extract the resources from the Earth," Cassenti said during his presentation. "They just don't exist.
Unless we go full Necron, there is no point traveling outside of solar system.
>create some star gods
Already on it.
Nowhere. The Earth is flat and space is made of hair.