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More than 56,000 people don't want Jeff Bezos to return from space next month
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Jeff Bezos on left and a Blue Origin rocket on right

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For Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos, the opportunity to be on the New Shepard rocket’s first human trip into space is a dream come true.

“I want to go on this flight because it’s a thing I wanted to do all my life,” said billionaire Jeff Bezos. “It’s an adventure —  it’s a big deal for me.”

Bezos, his brother, and another millionaire are set to launch on July 20, but they will be in the air a mere 11 minutes before they return to Earth.

However, there are over 56,000 people on this planet who don’t want the trio to return. Several petitions are circulating that seek to prevent Bezos from landing.

“Billionaires should not exist… on Earth, or in space, but should they decide the latter they should stay there,” one petition said.

Why are so thousands of people signing this right now? Do you want Bezos to return from space? 

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average was poised for a bit of a comeback on Monday morning, with futures jumping approximately 150 points. The major average posted  a massive loss last week as investors reacted to news that the Federal Reserve could begin increasing rates as early as 2023 amid a heightened inflation forecast.

Shares of the world’s largest digital currency logged a 7% loss early Monday, falling below $33,000 in response to a crackdown on mining in China.

Meanwhile, Monday is Prime Day for Amazon shoppers. The epic summer savings event raked in $10.4 billion for the e-commerce tyrant last year.

And this morning American Airlines was forced to cancel yet another batch of flights as the carrier buckled beneath a perfect storm of challenges.

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