Would you move to Mars if there really is life there?

April 21, 2009 6:03am CST
I hear them scientists have discovered water on the planet Mars. They are sure that there are living organisms there but they are yet to show us proof of life existence on Mars. So if there is life on Mars and humans are able to live there, would you move there? How different do you think life on mars would be than life presently on earth? For one thing I know is that mars is further from the sun than earth so its bound to be freezing!! Anyway is there anyone who would be willing to pack their bags for mars?? Would lobe to hear your thougths on this.....
3 responses
@Ravenladyj (22937)
• United States
21 Apr 09
NOPE...I dont know anyone there LOL besides I like it here on Earth just fine..Though I admit I would definately go an visit to check it out but naw Id never want to live htere..
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21 Apr 09
yep am with u there.. visiting is a good idea
@prinzcy (5057)
• Malaysia
21 Apr 09
Even if there's life on Mars, I prefer to stay on the Earth. I don't think I will enjoy the storm and the so called red planet. I prefer this blue planet more. Plus, if there really is life on Mars, won't we be trespassing their territory by moving to stay there?
@Dorrdavy (277)
• Jamaica
21 Apr 09
as much as i hate how the world is right now, i wouldn't move on ,mars if there was life there. i dont want to be eaten by aliens. Ha Ha