Oops I accidentally liked this trying to respond. Not sure how to remove it on Tapatalk, but I guess I could if you move to Venus or Mars. You might want to figure a way to get some extra oxygen, as Mars has no magnetosphere and can't support liquid water, and is one hundredth the thickness of Earth's, and nearly all CO2. Which if it causes global warming; Mars hasn't heard the news. Bring some long johns and dress in layers, as the temperatures swing up to 200 degrees Fahrenheit.Yes. Humans need to stop being “crybabies” and get their act together. We need colonies on the moon, Mars, floating cities on Venus, in separate orbit around the sun, and ships enroute to other stars. STOP being short term closed minded morons.
There's no problem reaching Venus, you just can't live there. Yes you really need to read up on Venus.I don't know anything about moving to balmy Venus. Maybe I need to read more.
With another billion people getting online in the next few years, we could exchange ideas to actually reach Venus.
And in this case the humidity is in the form of sulfuric acid as the heat has vaporized an incredible amount of sulfur into the air.It's not the heat, it's the humidity. :thumb:
(waves hand airily) Details, details.And in this case the humidity is in the form of sulfuric acid as the heat has vaporized an incredible amount of sulfur into the air.
I have heard it said that, with the proper techniques and genetically engineered bacteria, we could make Venus more habitable in a few hundred years, if we could get there with sufficient supplies. No suggestions have been forthcoming on how to terraform Mars, short of steering massive numbers of comets into it.We just need to take a bunch of Venus' atmosphere and give it to Mars and then we'll have 2 more habitable planets (and no, I'm not suggesting that this is actually doable). Venus' atmosphere is too thick, thus it traps too much heat. Mars' atmosphere is too thin, thus it doesn't trap enough. It's not a planet's location that matters as much as it's the amount of greenhouse gases sitting on top of a solid surface in relation to its distance from the star.
I would just start work on getting a planet closer to us! :upsidedown::space(waves hand airily) Details, details.
I have heard it said that, with the proper techniques and genetically engineered bacteria, we could make Venus more habitable in a few hundred years, if we could get there with sufficient supplies. No suggestions have been forthcoming on how to terraform Mars, short of steering massive numbers of comets into it.
And the tech is nice, but they could have invented honky tonk badonkadonk, and it would be beside the point. Political view points, and shaky observational "science" just don't belong in an organization like that.You have to remember Barry cut NASA at the knees over 5 years ago. NASA isn't just about "space". Some of what NASA has given us over the years. Have you used any of these?
MRI and CAT scans
Adjustable smoke detector
NASA did not invent:
Thanks for those links! Not sure how people dont think about this..Jesus is coming again someday. But we aren't promised that nobody is gonna die in the meantime.