We Destroyed Earth, Move onto Mars

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If you listen to most of the climate change activists out there, Earth is dying. We’ve destroyed the planet — and the proof is in the form of global warming.

Oh, you want a list of the problems with Earth? Here you go:

– Climate change and global warming

– Deforestation and destruction of natural habitats

– Pollution of air, water, and soil

– Overfishing and depletion of ocean resources

– Loss of biodiversity and extinction of species

– Resource depletion and overconsumption

– Population growth and unsustainable human activities

– Natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, and wildfires

– Inequality and social injustice regarding access to resources and environmental impacts

Although the liberals say that we can “fix” the planet by monitoring our carbon footprint, eating lab-created meat, and driving electric vehicles, some are focusing more heavily on finding a new planet to call home.

Many scientists and researchers believe that it is possible for humans to live on Mars in the future. However, it would require a lot of planning and preparation to make this a reality. One of the biggest challenges would be creating a sustainable environment that can support human life.

This would involve creating habitats that can protect us from the harsh conditions on Mars, such as the extreme cold and radiation. Additionally, we would need to find ways to produce food, water, and oxygen on the planet. While it may be difficult, the idea of living on Mars is an exciting possibility that could open up new opportunities for exploration and discovery.

NASA is actively researching Mars. They have sent several missions to the planet to study its environment and gather data that can help us better understand its potential for human habitation. Some of these missions have included the Mars Exploration Rover and the Mars Science Laboratory, which have both provided valuable insights into the planet’s history and geology.

Perhaps the most exciting thing is a new virtual Mars set up at the Space Center in Houston, where four volunteers will live inside the 3D-printed space for just over 365 days.

They’ve already moved in, so we’ll report on how they’re doing soon!