A house on Mars?

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By Hope
@1hopefulman (32419)
Canada
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?
Mars One will establish the first human settlement on Mars. Mars One invites you to join us in this next giant leap for humankind!
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@DianneN (84977)
• United States
16 Feb
I prefer to stay on earth with my friends, family, and pets and all my favorite restaurants and shops. No interest.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
16 Feb
So you have no interest in space travel and I was going to suggest that they contact you. I'm so disappointed!
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@DianneN (84977)
• United States
16 Feb
@1hopefulman Save yourself the trouble! lol. Spacesuits are not my style.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
16 Feb
@DianneN Instead of walking on the beach, you could actually walk in space. Imagine the thrill?
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@sallypup (28507)
• Moses Lake, Washington
16 Feb
I wouldn't like it cause it would be desert like. I'm sick of not having trees near me.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
16 Feb
Yes, as far as we can see there are no plants of any kind there. Lots of sand to build sand castles or homes made of sand. I love the earth!
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@sallypup (28507)
• Moses Lake, Washington
16 Feb
@1hopefulman Building sand castles on Mars does sound like a wonderful adventure.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
16 Feb
@sallypup Don't forget to bring water as there doesn't seem to be much if any there.
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@LadyDuck (175772)
• Switzerland
16 Feb
I do not are to go to Mars, I prefer to stay on earth even if it is no more the ideal place where to live. I love the nature here and the animals that populate our planet. I am not at all interested to go there.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
16 Feb
I don't blame you as there won't be much to do there especially if there is no water. Enjoy the beautiful planet that we have.
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@LadyDuck (175772)
• Switzerland
16 Feb
@1hopefulman Instead of going around to find another planet, we should start to take care of what we have.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
16 Feb
@LadyDuck That would make more sense but there's not much common sense on earth. I hope they have a lot of it on Mars and they could bring some back.
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@cintol (7704)
• United States
16 Feb
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.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
16 Feb
Would you have gone if you were younger?
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@cintol (7704)
• United States
16 Feb
I think I may have gone if I was younger yes. It might have been fun
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
16 Feb
@cintol As far as we can see there is nothing there. What would you want to do there?
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@andriaperry (58503)
• United States
16 Feb
Twlight zone comes to mind.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
16 Feb
What do you think they will find there?
@TheHorse (72320)
• Walnut Creek, California
17 Feb
I guess I'd think scientifically and look for the dome.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
17 Feb
But how did the dome get there and all the food and other materials that would help one live there?
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@TheHorse (72320)
• Walnut Creek, California
17 Feb
@1hopefulman The Virgin Air fella's secret collaboration with that company I can't spell that helps rebuild countries after we drop bombs on them.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
18 Feb
@TheHorse So somebody put it there?
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@shshiju (10567)
• Cochin, India
16 Feb
I am also not wanted leave the mother planet earth. Entertainment and adventure is good but it never give the way for "Lost Tragically in Mars"
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
17 Feb
I understand. We have so much on earth to enjoy and as far as we know there is absolutely nothing on mars.
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@shshiju (10567)
• Cochin, India
17 Feb
@1hopefulman Yes Scarcity of resources is a problem
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
17 Feb
@shshiju Do you know if there air on Mars?
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@jaboUK (55053)
• United Kingdom
18 Feb
What an odd question to ask, but obviously someone had got there before me
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
18 Feb
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!
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@jaboUK (55053)
• United Kingdom
18 Feb
@1hopefulman You could be right.
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@Susan2015 (21673)
• United States
20 Feb
I don't think I want to be way up there on Mars.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
20 Feb
I don't blame you, especially since we live on the most beautiful planet that we know.
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@jstory07 (69825)
• Roseburg, Oregon
17 Feb
I would be wondering how they hid a whole house.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
18 Feb
So where do all the Martians live?
@db20747 (9375)
• Washington, District Of Columbia
17 Feb
This is my kind of post. I'm fascinated with mars!!! Its going to take some work but soon a house will be there. But it won't be a regular house, but a martian house!!!
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
17 Feb
Is there air on Mars?
@JESSY3236 (7295)
• United States
16 Feb
I have heard about the flight to Mars. I wouldn't want to go. But I would think that the government probably set that house up.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
17 Feb
You read a lot. Is there air on Mars?
@RodrickH (12551)
• China
16 Feb
I heard some people will be the first one who settle on Mars, they are volunteers
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@kavinitu (5061)
• India
18 Feb
No, I am very much happy on Earth
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
18 Feb
Np problem! I think earth is a lot prettier and there are so many things to enjoy. I don't think Mars is ready for people yet.
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@kavinitu (5061)
• India
20 Feb
@1hopefulman Yeah its still has a long time to be
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
20 Feb
@kavinitu With no air, water or food, there is not much there to live a happy life.
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@just4him (127043)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
19 Feb
I think it would be a fun adventure.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
20 Feb
What would you find fun about it and how long do you think the fun would last?
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@just4him (127043)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
20 Feb
@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.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
20 Feb
@just4him Well, at least you can travel with your mind and imagination. Bon voyage!
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@Hannihar (41914)
30 May
@1hopefulman I believe they stock the houses so people will come and see what it is like there and showing hospitalitiy.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
30 May
Do you think there are Martians on Mars?
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@Hannihar (41914)
30 May
@1hopefulman I cannot tell you. I have never been there so do not know who lives there.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
30 May
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@sjvg1976 (18407)
• Delhi, India
3 Mar
That means there is life on the mars and people are living already on it.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
4 Mar
That is a possibility! Now think of this? The earth is like a home. Everything we need, such food, clothing, etc was on earth long before we appeared. Who prepared things for our arrival?
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@sjvg1976 (18407)
• Delhi, India
4 Mar
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
5 Mar
@sjvg1976 I agree!
@sharon6345 (138006)
• United States
22 Feb
I truly would not book that flight so no way would I know about that food.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
22 Feb
It won't be ready for quite a while and so you still have time to think about it.
@sharon6345 (138006)
• United States
22 Feb
@1hopefulman That is good I hope to be awake when it's ready.
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
22 Feb
@sharon6345 I hope you have lots of patience as it will be a while.
@Kakashi20 (674)
• Philippines
20 Feb
I knew it Nazi Germany conquered Mars
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
20 Feb
Did you see son me concentration camps there?
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• Philippines
20 Feb
@1hopefulman Some of Hitler's best scientists went missing after WW2 some say they where conducting interplanetary travel. They must have went to Mars
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
20 Feb
@Kakashi20 If that is the case then I hope they went even further than Mars.
@aureliah (18440)
• Kenya
16 Feb
I dont think I would stay in that house. I miss planet Earth
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@1hopefulman (32419)
• Canada
16 Feb
So space travel is not for you?
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@aureliah (18440)
• Kenya
18 Feb
@1hopefulman Maybe just for a short while
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