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Scientists propose one-way trips to Mars
* Scientist Dr. Paul Davies Slideshow:Scientist Dr. Paul Davies
By NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS, Associated Press Nicholas K. Geranios, Associated Press 11 mins ago
PULLMAN, Wash. It's always cheaper to fly one way, even to Mars. Two scientists are suggesting that colonization of the red planet could happen faster and more economically if astronauts behaved like the first settlers to come to North America not expecting to go home.
"The main point is to get Mars exploration moving," said Dirk Schulze-Makuch, a Washington State University professor who co-authored an article that seriously proposes what sounds like a preposterous idea.
At least one moon-walking astronaut was not impressed.
"This is premature," Ed Mitchell of Apollo 14 wrote in an e-mail. "We aren't ready for this yet."
Also cool to the idea was NASA. President Barack Obama has already outlined a plan to go to Mars by the mid-2030s. But he never suggested these space travelers wouldn't come home.
"We want our people back," NASA spokesman Michael Braukus said.
The article titled "To Boldly Go" appears in the latest issue of the Journal of Cosmology, which featured more than 50 articles and essays on Mars exploration.
Oooh, ooh, let's play a game and share who we would like to send on a one-way trip to Mars...
by i scribble4 years ago
Can you name a living scientist?I first heard this question posed in the media several years ago, when it was reported that most people could not name even one still living. I was taken aback as I had difficulty coming...
by aka-dj9 years ago
Just for a different twist on all these "discussions". I believe He is the greatest scientist of all time (and beyond). He not only put everything here, but made all the rules/laws by which...
by Scott S Bateman22 months ago
What do our GOP senators know that 31 science organizations do not?http://www.aaas.org/sites/default/files … etter1.pdf
by Horvath György5 years ago
How did science get so focused on the material, and why is materialism on shaky ground? Here is Bruce H. Lipton (Curriculum Vitae - http://www.brucelipton.com/curriculum-vitae/) , talking on the felonious suppression of...
by aka-dj5 years ago
I found this via a post on facebook. Thought it worthy of reposting here, since so many revere science as being the be-all and end-all for any philosophic/religious argument.I guess the "scientists" are not...
by dbtyon7 years ago
DNA does no such thing! Nothing intelligent about intelligent design.
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