A house on Mars?
February 15, 2018 7:48pm CST
Let's say that you booked a flight to Mars. I read that some people are doing that. When you arrived there you went for stroll and you found a house stocked with all kinds of food, water and other things that would help you to survive. What conclusion would you draw about the house and how it came to be?
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• United States
I am not sure I would want to go to Mars, it might be good for some but it would take some time to get there and I am getting too old for that sort of trip. My son would probably be the one to head for Mars, build a house and stay there.
Logic would make us think that! If there was a house there that had everything we need to survive, might it not mean that somebody expected our arrival and wanted to make sure we would be looked after with necessities and comforts? Also that somebody cared about us? It's what I would think!
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
@1hopefulman I've always loved the idea of traveling in space. As a kid I wanted to be an astronaut. That didn't happen, not even come close as my science grades were nearly as bad as my math grades. However, I've loved everything about the space program, and watch shows about it. One of the last shows about Mars I watched was called Mars on the Nat Geo channel. It was about a mission to Mars, and living there, and the problems associated with doing so. I find the idea fascinating, and worth exploring - literally. If I could be on a team of explorers going to Mars, I would be the first to sign up for it. I know that's not possible, so I'll just write my stories about the possibilities. I do write Science Fiction and have a couple stories related to other planets and life there - though that life originated from Earth and not the far reaches of the galaxies.