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The military used to be the sponsor and pusher of science. Why is it not any more? Wouldn't it beintesersting to participate in a military expedition is outer space? Like in the asteroid belt? Looking for minerals? And developing new weapons to shoot up our neighbors? This would be such an interesting job! Your opinion?
 

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The military used to be the sponsor and pusher of science. Why is it not any more? Wouldn't it beintesersting to participate in a military expedition is outer space? Like in the asteroid belt? Looking for minerals? And developing new weapons to shoot up our neighbors? This would be such an interesting job! Your opinion?

You know that is not as insane as you or some might believe.

The world need to explore space even more and discover why we are being left alone out here. Our nations here need to have a race to mars, Europa, and Pluto, and while at it research should be poured into discovering new ways to travel, weapons ( because there could be a hostile life form out there ) and ways to survive and Terraforming planets and moons like Mars and Europa...
 
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The military used to be the sponsor and pusher of science. Why is it not any more? Wouldn't it beintesersting to participate in a military expedition is outer space? Like in the asteroid belt? Looking for minerals? And developing new weapons to shoot up our neighbors? This would be such an interesting job! Your opinion?

You know that is not as insane as you or some might believe.

The world need to explore space even more and discover why we are being left alone out here. Our nations here need to have a race to mars, Europa, and Pluto, and while at it research should be poured into discovering new ways to travel, weapons ( because there could be a hostile life form out there ) and ways to survive and Terraforming planets and moons like Mars and Europa...
Terraforming is probably ominous. But setting up colonies on these locations is the way to the future.
 

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The military used to be the sponsor and pusher of science. Why is it not any more? Wouldn't it beintesersting to participate in a military expedition is outer space? Like in the asteroid belt? Looking for minerals? And developing new weapons to shoot up our neighbors? This would be such an interesting job! Your opinion?

You know that is not as insane as you or some might believe.

The world need to explore space even more and discover why we are being left alone out here. Our nations here need to have a race to mars, Europa, and Pluto, and while at it research should be poured into discovering new ways to travel, weapons ( because there could be a hostile life form out there ) and ways to survive and Terraforming planets and moons like Mars and Europa...
Terraforming is probably ominous. But setting up colonies on these locations is the way to the future.

The question for me would be if children are born on any of these possible colonies how much would this change the Human physiology?
 

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The military used to be the sponsor and pusher of science. Why is it not any more? Wouldn't it beintesersting to participate in a military expedition is outer space? Like in the asteroid belt? Looking for minerals? And developing new weapons to shoot up our neighbors? This would be such an interesting job! Your opinion?
The militarization of space is supposed to be against international law.
 

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The military used to be the sponsor and pusher of science. Why is it not any more? Wouldn't it beintesersting to participate in a military expedition is outer space? Like in the asteroid belt? Looking for minerals? And developing new weapons to shoot up our neighbors? This would be such an interesting job! Your opinion?


The world need to explore space even more and discover why we are being left alone out here. Our nations here need to have a race to mars, Europa, and Pluto, and while at it research should be poured into discovering new ways to travel, weapons ( because there could be a hostile life form out there ) and ways to survive and Terraforming planets and moons like Mars and Europa...
Terraforming is probably ominous. But setting up colonies on these locations is the way to the future.

The question for me would be if children are born on any of these possible colonies how much would this change the Human physiology?


It would be a waste of resources to try and terraform Mars or Europa. Mars has a very weak electromagnetic field any additional atmosphere would be blown away by the solar winds and the radiation would kill plant life. Europa is way to cold and Jupiter puts out a lot of radiation of its own. If we are going to terraform any planet in our solar system it would have to be Venus.

As far as children growing up on colonies in space the lower gravity would cay=use them to be taller than their counter parts on Earth and their bones would end up more brittle its possible that they could never visit Earth without some sort of mechanical assistance.
 
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The military used to be the sponsor and pusher of science. Why is it not any more? Wouldn't it beintesersting to participate in a military expedition is outer space? Like in the asteroid belt? Looking for minerals? And developing new weapons to shoot up our neighbors? This would be such an interesting job! Your opinion?

You know that is not as insane as you or some might believe.

The world need to explore space even more and discover why we are being left alone out here. Our nations here need to have a race to mars, Europa, and Pluto, and while at it research should be poured into discovering new ways to travel, weapons ( because there could be a hostile life form out there ) and ways to survive and Terraforming planets and moons like Mars and Europa...
Terraforming is probably ominous. But setting up colonies on these locations is the way to the future.

The question for me would be if children are born on any of these possible colonies how much would this change the Human physiology?
This is an interesting problem, because the children would have to spend most of their lives within centrifuges to develop the muscles for regular work. I guess that when generations grow up as space fighters and never visit earth, the centrifugal rotation may be just built in every space station, or the mechanical systems of space stations could be scaled down for reduced human activation force. I would still want at least the girl soldiers to have good sporty shapes there, so I vote for the building of the centrifuges instead of the down scaling. Then we could station children also at planets or moons slightly larger than Earth, to help them naturally grow bigger muscles, so when they lose some in space, it is not a real loss.
 
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The military used to be the sponsor and pusher of science. Why is it not any more? Wouldn't it beintesersting to participate in a military expedition is outer space? Like in the asteroid belt? Looking for minerals? And developing new weapons to shoot up our neighbors? This would be such an interesting job! Your opinion?
The militarization of space is supposed to be against international law.
Which is why every nation does it so slowly and in a subversive fashion. Maybe this law needs changing, to bring it out in the open, and appropriate the correct amount of money for it. This would boost trade too, in many western deindustrialized slum nations too.
 
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The military used to be the sponsor and pusher of science. Why is it not any more? Wouldn't it beintesersting to participate in a military expedition is outer space? Like in the asteroid belt? Looking for minerals? And developing new weapons to shoot up our neighbors? This would be such an interesting job! Your opinion?


The world need to explore space even more and discover why we are being left alone out here. Our nations here need to have a race to mars, Europa, and Pluto, and while at it research should be poured into discovering new ways to travel, weapons ( because there could be a hostile life form out there ) and ways to survive and Terraforming planets and moons like Mars and Europa...
Terraforming is probably ominous. But setting up colonies on these locations is the way to the future.

The question for me would be if children are born on any of these possible colonies how much would this change the Human physiology?


It would be a waste of resources to try and terraform Mars or Europa. Mars has a very weak electromagnetic field any additional atmosphere would be blown away by the solar winds and the radiation would kill plant life. Europa is way to cold and Jupiter puts out a lot of radiation of its own. If we are going to terraform any planet in our solar system it would have to be Venus.

As far as children growing up on colonies in space the lower gravity would cay=use them to be taller than their counter parts on Earth and their bones would end up more brittle its possible that they could never visit Earth without some sort of mechanical assistance.
Experiments have been conducted in space where various seeds and algae were taken up and exposed to cosmic radiation, and they happily continued their lives there. Ionizing radiation runs havoc in biological DNA, but ~ 90 % of DNA looks like error correction code for the blueprint. So, under this condition, radiation is only a race against the effectiveness of this error correction program, not an immediate killer. The lack of atmosphere is a bigger problem, but geologists indicate, that even on Earth, plants started in an oxygen less atmosphere, full of sulfur and nitrogen, and there are some that don't even use the atmosphere but minerals only, I think.
 

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The military used to be the sponsor and pusher of science. Why is it not any more? Wouldn't it beintesersting to participate in a military expedition is outer space? Like in the asteroid belt? Looking for minerals? And developing new weapons to shoot up our neighbors? This would be such an interesting job! Your opinion?


The world need to explore space even more and discover why we are being left alone out here. Our nations here need to have a race to mars, Europa, and Pluto, and while at it research should be poured into discovering new ways to travel, weapons ( because there could be a hostile life form out there ) and ways to survive and Terraforming planets and moons like Mars and Europa...
Terraforming is probably ominous. But setting up colonies on these locations is the way to the future.

The question for me would be if children are born on any of these possible colonies how much would this change the Human physiology?


It would be a waste of resources to try and terraform Mars or Europa. Mars has a very weak electromagnetic field any additional atmosphere would be blown away by the solar winds and the radiation would kill plant life. Europa is way to cold and Jupiter puts out a lot of radiation of its own. If we are going to terraform any planet in our solar system it would have to be Venus.

As far as children growing up on colonies in space the lower gravity would cay=use them to be taller than their counter parts on Earth and their bones would end up more brittle its possible that they could never visit Earth without some sort of mechanical assistance.

Not venus. No Magnetic poles, temp of around 860 def F. They would like to do a lander on it but it's way too inhospitable do do that.
 
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The military used to be the sponsor and pusher of science. Why is it not any more? Wouldn't it beintesersting to participate in a military expedition is outer space? Like in the asteroid belt? Looking for minerals? And developing new weapons to shoot up our neighbors? This would be such an interesting job! Your opinion?


The world need to explore space even more and discover why we are being left alone out here. Our nations here need to have a race to mars, Europa, and Pluto, and while at it research should be poured into discovering new ways to travel, weapons ( because there could be a hostile life form out there ) and ways to survive and Terraforming planets and moons like Mars and Europa...
Terraforming is probably ominous. But setting up colonies on these locations is the way to the future.

The question for me would be if children are born on any of these possible colonies how much would this change the Human physiology?


It would be a waste of resources to try and terraform Mars or Europa. Mars has a very weak electromagnetic field any additional atmosphere would be blown away by the solar winds and the radiation would kill plant life. Europa is way to cold and Jupiter puts out a lot of radiation of its own. If we are going to terraform any planet in our solar system it would have to be Venus.

As far as children growing up on colonies in space the lower gravity would cay=use them to be taller than their counter parts on Earth and their bones would end up more brittle its possible that they could never visit Earth without some sort of mechanical assistance.

Not venus. No Magnetic poles, temp of around 860 def F. They would like to do a lander on it but it's way too inhospitable do do that.
You've just reminded me that Venus has a high pressure atmospheric problem too, and high acidicity that corrodes equipment in seconds. Also since has no water, all geological activities are vertical in voulcanism instead of tectonic plate movements. The moon Europa seems better then, although good heating may be necessary these.

And how about Pluto? Seems hospitable, only a little frozen, but even has a little sky with it. Your take?
 

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The world need to explore space even more and discover why we are being left alone out here. Our nations here need to have a race to mars, Europa, and Pluto, and while at it research should be poured into discovering new ways to travel, weapons ( because there could be a hostile life form out there ) and ways to survive and Terraforming planets and moons like Mars and Europa...
Terraforming is probably ominous. But setting up colonies on these locations is the way to the future.

The question for me would be if children are born on any of these possible colonies how much would this change the Human physiology?


It would be a waste of resources to try and terraform Mars or Europa. Mars has a very weak electromagnetic field any additional atmosphere would be blown away by the solar winds and the radiation would kill plant life. Europa is way to cold and Jupiter puts out a lot of radiation of its own. If we are going to terraform any planet in our solar system it would have to be Venus.

As far as children growing up on colonies in space the lower gravity would cay=use them to be taller than their counter parts on Earth and their bones would end up more brittle its possible that they could never visit Earth without some sort of mechanical assistance.

Not venus. No Magnetic poles, temp of around 860 def F. They would like to do a lander on it but it's way too inhospitable do do that.
You've just reminded me that Venus has a high pressure atmospheric problem too, and high acidicity that corrodes equipment in seconds. Also since has no water, all geological activities are vertical in voulcanism instead of tectonic plate movements. The moon Europa seems better then, although good heating may be necessary these.

And how about Pluto? Seems hospitable, only a little frozen, but even has a little sky with it. Your take?

Bring your own Atmosphere or BYOA Pluto. It's atmosphere is just above deep space's. At about 1 millionth the pressure of Earth. But because fo that atmosphere, it is warmer than one would expect and can have liquids during it's very short summer. The Gravity is has is also just above deep space. It's about a 3rd of our Moons. Could it be visited by man and have one walk on the surface? Yah, if you have enough funding and I don't think there is enough funding for that in an entire nation. Maybe after we get a different propulsion that can go near the speed of light and a way to make oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen from space.

Europa. You had better get what you need done and out of there fast. You have one day to live. The Radiation that Jupiter throws out is downright deadly.
 
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Terraforming is probably ominous. But setting up colonies on these locations is the way to the future.

The question for me would be if children are born on any of these possible colonies how much would this change the Human physiology?


It would be a waste of resources to try and terraform Mars or Europa. Mars has a very weak electromagnetic field any additional atmosphere would be blown away by the solar winds and the radiation would kill plant life. Europa is way to cold and Jupiter puts out a lot of radiation of its own. If we are going to terraform any planet in our solar system it would have to be Venus.

As far as children growing up on colonies in space the lower gravity would cay=use them to be taller than their counter parts on Earth and their bones would end up more brittle its possible that they could never visit Earth without some sort of mechanical assistance.

Not venus. No Magnetic poles, temp of around 860 def F. They would like to do a lander on it but it's way too inhospitable do do that.
You've just reminded me that Venus has a high pressure atmospheric problem too, and high acidicity that corrodes equipment in seconds. Also since has no water, all geological activities are vertical in voulcanism instead of tectonic plate movements. The moon Europa seems better then, although good heating may be necessary these.

And how about Pluto? Seems hospitable, only a little frozen, but even has a little sky with it. Your take?

Bring your own Atmosphere or BYOA Pluto. It's atmosphere is just above deep space's. At about 1 millionth the pressure of Earth. But because fo that atmosphere, it is warmer than one would expect and can have liquids during it's very short summer. The Gravity is has is also just above deep space. It's about a 3rd of our Moons. Could it be visited by man and have one walk on the surface? Yah, if you have enough funding and I don't think there is enough funding for that in an entire nation. Maybe after we get a different propulsion that can go near the speed of light and a way to make oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen from space.

Europa. You had better get what you need done and out of there fast. You have one day to live. The Radiation that Jupiter throws out is downright deadly.
Hmmm. Who designed this solar system giving us no life boat when we screw up earth? So unfair.
 

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The question for me would be if children are born on any of these possible colonies how much would this change the Human physiology?


It would be a waste of resources to try and terraform Mars or Europa. Mars has a very weak electromagnetic field any additional atmosphere would be blown away by the solar winds and the radiation would kill plant life. Europa is way to cold and Jupiter puts out a lot of radiation of its own. If we are going to terraform any planet in our solar system it would have to be Venus.

As far as children growing up on colonies in space the lower gravity would cay=use them to be taller than their counter parts on Earth and their bones would end up more brittle its possible that they could never visit Earth without some sort of mechanical assistance.

Not venus. No Magnetic poles, temp of around 860 def F. They would like to do a lander on it but it's way too inhospitable do do that.
You've just reminded me that Venus has a high pressure atmospheric problem too, and high acidicity that corrodes equipment in seconds. Also since has no water, all geological activities are vertical in voulcanism instead of tectonic plate movements. The moon Europa seems better then, although good heating may be necessary these.

And how about Pluto? Seems hospitable, only a little frozen, but even has a little sky with it. Your take?

Bring your own Atmosphere or BYOA Pluto. It's atmosphere is just above deep space's. At about 1 millionth the pressure of Earth. But because fo that atmosphere, it is warmer than one would expect and can have liquids during it's very short summer. The Gravity is has is also just above deep space. It's about a 3rd of our Moons. Could it be visited by man and have one walk on the surface? Yah, if you have enough funding and I don't think there is enough funding for that in an entire nation. Maybe after we get a different propulsion that can go near the speed of light and a way to make oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen from space.

Europa. You had better get what you need done and out of there fast. You have one day to live. The Radiation that Jupiter throws out is downright deadly.
Hmmm. Who designed this solar system giving us no life boat when we screw up earth? So unfair.

He gave us more than we need on the Earth. It's not his fault that we are going to screw it up so bad. We have over populated for the most part. Our population can't take the hard times and even without us screwing the pooch ourselves, hard times do come naturally. Countries with the ability feed and water itself have the worst poverty through the raping of the populance. Imagine if we didn't allow that. Africa, South America and Asia has the ability feed, house and water their entire population. Instead, Man just keep screwing things up and the Rich get Richer while the Poor get poorer beyond belief.

We have a chance if we take it to make it to a point where the stars are our back yard. If we keep going like we are, I don't see ever happening. Remember, we have about 3 billion years before this solar system is a goner.
 
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It would be a waste of resources to try and terraform Mars or Europa. Mars has a very weak electromagnetic field any additional atmosphere would be blown away by the solar winds and the radiation would kill plant life. Europa is way to cold and Jupiter puts out a lot of radiation of its own. If we are going to terraform any planet in our solar system it would have to be Venus.

As far as children growing up on colonies in space the lower gravity would cay=use them to be taller than their counter parts on Earth and their bones would end up more brittle its possible that they could never visit Earth without some sort of mechanical assistance.

Not venus. No Magnetic poles, temp of around 860 def F. They would like to do a lander on it but it's way too inhospitable do do that.
You've just reminded me that Venus has a high pressure atmospheric problem too, and high acidicity that corrodes equipment in seconds. Also since has no water, all geological activities are vertical in voulcanism instead of tectonic plate movements. The moon Europa seems better then, although good heating may be necessary these.

And how about Pluto? Seems hospitable, only a little frozen, but even has a little sky with it. Your take?

Bring your own Atmosphere or BYOA Pluto. It's atmosphere is just above deep space's. At about 1 millionth the pressure of Earth. But because fo that atmosphere, it is warmer than one would expect and can have liquids during it's very short summer. The Gravity is has is also just above deep space. It's about a 3rd of our Moons. Could it be visited by man and have one walk on the surface? Yah, if you have enough funding and I don't think there is enough funding for that in an entire nation. Maybe after we get a different propulsion that can go near the speed of light and a way to make oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen from space.

Europa. You had better get what you need done and out of there fast. You have one day to live. The Radiation that Jupiter throws out is downright deadly.
Hmmm. Who designed this solar system giving us no life boat when we screw up earth? So unfair.

He gave us more than we need on the Earth. It's not his fault that we are going to screw it up so bad. We have over populated for the most part. Our population can't take the hard times and even without us screwing the pooch ourselves, hard times do come naturally. Countries with the ability feed and water itself have the worst poverty through the raping of the populance. Imagine if we didn't allow that. Africa, South America and Asia has the ability feed, house and water their entire population. Instead, Man just keep screwing things up and the Rich get Richer while the Poor get poorer beyond belief.

We have a chance if we take it to make it to a point where the stars are our back yard. If we keep going like we are, I don't see ever happening. Remember, we have about 3 billion years before this solar system is a goner.
Well I meant it as a joke, but you are right. By the way, an array of rotating space stations may work too.
 

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Not venus. No Magnetic poles, temp of around 860 def F. They would like to do a lander on it but it's way too inhospitable do do that.
You've just reminded me that Venus has a high pressure atmospheric problem too, and high acidicity that corrodes equipment in seconds. Also since has no water, all geological activities are vertical in voulcanism instead of tectonic plate movements. The moon Europa seems better then, although good heating may be necessary these.

And how about Pluto? Seems hospitable, only a little frozen, but even has a little sky with it. Your take?

Bring your own Atmosphere or BYOA Pluto. It's atmosphere is just above deep space's. At about 1 millionth the pressure of Earth. But because fo that atmosphere, it is warmer than one would expect and can have liquids during it's very short summer. The Gravity is has is also just above deep space. It's about a 3rd of our Moons. Could it be visited by man and have one walk on the surface? Yah, if you have enough funding and I don't think there is enough funding for that in an entire nation. Maybe after we get a different propulsion that can go near the speed of light and a way to make oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen from space.

Europa. You had better get what you need done and out of there fast. You have one day to live. The Radiation that Jupiter throws out is downright deadly.
Hmmm. Who designed this solar system giving us no life boat when we screw up earth? So unfair.

He gave us more than we need on the Earth. It's not his fault that we are going to screw it up so bad. We have over populated for the most part. Our population can't take the hard times and even without us screwing the pooch ourselves, hard times do come naturally. Countries with the ability feed and water itself have the worst poverty through the raping of the populance. Imagine if we didn't allow that. Africa, South America and Asia has the ability feed, house and water their entire population. Instead, Man just keep screwing things up and the Rich get Richer while the Poor get poorer beyond belief.

We have a chance if we take it to make it to a point where the stars are our back yard. If we keep going like we are, I don't see ever happening. Remember, we have about 3 billion years before this solar system is a goner.
Well I meant it as a joke, but you are right. By the way, an array of rotating space stations may work too.

If you look at the makeup of matter, it resembles a molecule, atom, simple and higher molecule makeups. Did it ever occur to anyone that we just might be a test in someones Petri Dish? At what point does that Being just say, Oops and flush the entire universe down one really, really big drain. Wouldn't that be a hoot.
 
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You've just reminded me that Venus has a high pressure atmospheric problem too, and high acidicity that corrodes equipment in seconds. Also since has no water, all geological activities are vertical in voulcanism instead of tectonic plate movements. The moon Europa seems better then, although good heating may be necessary these.

And how about Pluto? Seems hospitable, only a little frozen, but even has a little sky with it. Your take?

Bring your own Atmosphere or BYOA Pluto. It's atmosphere is just above deep space's. At about 1 millionth the pressure of Earth. But because fo that atmosphere, it is warmer than one would expect and can have liquids during it's very short summer. The Gravity is has is also just above deep space. It's about a 3rd of our Moons. Could it be visited by man and have one walk on the surface? Yah, if you have enough funding and I don't think there is enough funding for that in an entire nation. Maybe after we get a different propulsion that can go near the speed of light and a way to make oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen from space.

Europa. You had better get what you need done and out of there fast. You have one day to live. The Radiation that Jupiter throws out is downright deadly.
Hmmm. Who designed this solar system giving us no life boat when we screw up earth? So unfair.

He gave us more than we need on the Earth. It's not his fault that we are going to screw it up so bad. We have over populated for the most part. Our population can't take the hard times and even without us screwing the pooch ourselves, hard times do come naturally. Countries with the ability feed and water itself have the worst poverty through the raping of the populance. Imagine if we didn't allow that. Africa, South America and Asia has the ability feed, house and water their entire population. Instead, Man just keep screwing things up and the Rich get Richer while the Poor get poorer beyond belief.

We have a chance if we take it to make it to a point where the stars are our back yard. If we keep going like we are, I don't see ever happening. Remember, we have about 3 billion years before this solar system is a goner.
Well I meant it as a joke, but you are right. By the way, an array of rotating space stations may work too.

If you look at the makeup of matter, it resembles a molecule, atom, simple and higher molecule makeups. Did it ever occur to anyone that we just might be a test in someones Petri Dish? At what point does that Being just say, Oops and flush the entire universe down one really, really big drain. Wouldn't that be a hoot.
Yes, and also there is the universal heat death theory.
 

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Bring your own Atmosphere or BYOA Pluto. It's atmosphere is just above deep space's. At about 1 millionth the pressure of Earth. But because fo that atmosphere, it is warmer than one would expect and can have liquids during it's very short summer. The Gravity is has is also just above deep space. It's about a 3rd of our Moons. Could it be visited by man and have one walk on the surface? Yah, if you have enough funding and I don't think there is enough funding for that in an entire nation. Maybe after we get a different propulsion that can go near the speed of light and a way to make oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen from space.

Europa. You had better get what you need done and out of there fast. You have one day to live. The Radiation that Jupiter throws out is downright deadly.
Hmmm. Who designed this solar system giving us no life boat when we screw up earth? So unfair.

He gave us more than we need on the Earth. It's not his fault that we are going to screw it up so bad. We have over populated for the most part. Our population can't take the hard times and even without us screwing the pooch ourselves, hard times do come naturally. Countries with the ability feed and water itself have the worst poverty through the raping of the populance. Imagine if we didn't allow that. Africa, South America and Asia has the ability feed, house and water their entire population. Instead, Man just keep screwing things up and the Rich get Richer while the Poor get poorer beyond belief.

We have a chance if we take it to make it to a point where the stars are our back yard. If we keep going like we are, I don't see ever happening. Remember, we have about 3 billion years before this solar system is a goner.
Well I meant it as a joke, but you are right. By the way, an array of rotating space stations may work too.

If you look at the makeup of matter, it resembles a molecule, atom, simple and higher molecule makeups. Did it ever occur to anyone that we just might be a test in someones Petri Dish? At what point does that Being just say, Oops and flush the entire universe down one really, really big drain. Wouldn't that be a hoot.
Yes, and also there is the universal heat death theory.

No theory to it. The sun only last so long and then it flares up and goes down to a red dwarf. Planets 1,2,3 and 4 gets hit with the flareup dead on. In about 3.5 billion years, this happens. Not to worry, Earth will still be around. Of course it will be a cold charred wasted piece of rock. Maybe someday it might get an atmosphere back but why bother.
 
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Hmmm. Who designed this solar system giving us no life boat when we screw up earth? So unfair.

He gave us more than we need on the Earth. It's not his fault that we are going to screw it up so bad. We have over populated for the most part. Our population can't take the hard times and even without us screwing the pooch ourselves, hard times do come naturally. Countries with the ability feed and water itself have the worst poverty through the raping of the populance. Imagine if we didn't allow that. Africa, South America and Asia has the ability feed, house and water their entire population. Instead, Man just keep screwing things up and the Rich get Richer while the Poor get poorer beyond belief.

We have a chance if we take it to make it to a point where the stars are our back yard. If we keep going like we are, I don't see ever happening. Remember, we have about 3 billion years before this solar system is a goner.
Well I meant it as a joke, but you are right. By the way, an array of rotating space stations may work too.

If you look at the makeup of matter, it resembles a molecule, atom, simple and higher molecule makeups. Did it ever occur to anyone that we just might be a test in someones Petri Dish? At what point does that Being just say, Oops and flush the entire universe down one really, really big drain. Wouldn't that be a hoot.
Yes, and also there is the universal heat death theory.

No theory to it. The sun only last so long and then it flares up and goes down to a red dwarf. Planets 1,2,3 and 4 gets hit with the flareup dead on. In about 3.5 billion years, this happens. Not to worry, Earth will still be around. Of course it will be a cold charred wasted piece of rock. Maybe someday it might get an atmosphere back but why bother.
Some calculations were done that Earth will lose its orbital momentum when it will be moving through solar material, so it will be falling into the sun. To my understanding, the universal heat death theory is about the entire universe expanding so much, that the distances between elementary particles becomes much larger than what all the physical forces can cover, so every heat resonance stops. And where resonance is not detectable, the location of particles is not detectable either, so the whole thing disappears.
 

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