will mars be the planet me move to when we destroy the earth?
September 20, 2007 12:07pm CST
I think it will be, and the idea excites me. I've watched so many documentries about using green house gases to melt the polar caps, and warm up the planet. Will this happen in the next century, will that be the first stone in the avalanche? Maybe it'll to turn out like star trek the next generation, going where no men have ever gone before in nazzy space ships. What do you think?
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20 Sep 07
I liked the movie, and ya he really seemed to play it well. It was kind of funny though I watched this movie with my uncle, who is 11 years older then me, When I seen silence, of the lambs I was a little kid, and I am not sure but I think it was either that movie or Hannibal where he had told his story, to I think Clarese. Not sure though its been awhile. At the first of the movie I kept telling my uncle, that something bad was gonna happen to Michelle and that I thought people eat her, he said no. I was like I remember him saying it from the other movies and that its what made him do what I did. I couldn't get him to listen, and even when it showed flash backs, he didn't believe me thats what they were cooking. Guess its just the fact I must remember more from other movies then he does. I donno, I do know though when they showed those parts I wouldn't watch it, I covered my eyes.
21 Sep 07
the movie which ive watch is pirates in the caribian its nice to watch because its seem so funny i laugh and laugh until i feel that my stomach is doing bad you know,, but i ask you in your country is a peaceful country?her at the philippines is ok many fruits, many goog people.. ther?
• United States
6 Dec 08
I agree it's interesting that we could explore Mars. However, as an environmentalist I feel that it's more practical to work on saving the planet we currently live on. I still want to explore space, mind you, but I don't want to need to do it on an emergency basis.
20 Sep 07
Are you planning on destroying the earth? Really, its not feasable to travel to Mars and live there. There may be a few scientists living in domed huts,doing experiments, but that will be all. It just takes too long, and is too expensive to ever consider moving whole populations anywhere. We are stuck on this rock. Nasa can't even get the space station habitable, what makes you think they'll be able to plan a move to Mars?
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
20 Sep 07
Ironicly enough, the same so called "greenhouse" effect that is suposed to destroy this planet, is the same effect that would actualy make mars liveable. It has been discussed in science cirdles that if you could release a bunch of greenhouse gasses in the martian atmosphere, you could warm it, freeing the oxygen and nitrogen in the soil and melting the water trapped in the surface. The one problem is the lack on mars of strong magnetic field to shield it from deadly radiation from space and solar energy.