will you live in MARS?

@punkix (658)
Philippines
September 14, 2008 9:06pm CST
scientists have said that there are liquid present on the planet mars and also oxygen which the number one need of a human being to live. if ever it is already 100% sure that man can live in mars and they are looking for ordinary people to participate and to e brought along with them to mars and try to live and survive on that planet. would you do it if they pay you extra? would you still do it if its free and just for the experience?
4 responses
• United States
15 Sep 08
I don't think I would go unless the earth becomes so badly damaged that it is uninhabitable. The risks are too much for me right now with having kids but if I was young and single it would definitely be an adventure! I think I heard recently that Mars actually would benefit from things that are ruining our earth - like CO2 that would warm up the planet and causing water to come to the surface (or something like that). Great discussion punkix!
@punkix (658)
• Philippines
15 Sep 08
yeah i know most of the busy people of today will just think about it first before they do it because of responsibility in playing a role in the society. id wtry it also if given the chance right now coz im single and jobless. i just hope there will be internet there so i can do mylot and share my experience! LOL
• United States
15 Sep 08
I do like to hope there is another place for people to go one day as I think we will wear this planet out. Maybe not for our children, but perhaps our children's children or children's children's children. Or...well, you get my drift. I hope you get to Mars! The only mars I will get is the candybar, do they still even make that?
@likaes (496)
• Singapore
15 Sep 08
I don't think I'll ever see the day where humans can live in colonies on mars just yet. Maybe in a few lifetimes when a greater need for living space, will we then move to Mars. I've heard Mars is home to the most treacherous storms on land, and are quite fierce compared to the ones we have on Earth. Maybe when the weather conditions are better, will I move.
• Pakistan
15 Sep 08
No I won't do it. I am much happy here. Besides it will take almost a life time to reach mars, I can't spend my life in a spaceship.
• United States
15 Sep 08
When I'm stuck in heavy traffic or waiting in a long line at the grocery store, the idea of populating an empty planet is a pretty good one. It's not for people as old or ill as I am, but we can all dream!