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Is it more important to explore space or to explore the oceans?


 

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    Stephanie Launiu (Hawaiian Scribe) 3 years ago

    I agree that the potential for space exploration is limitless. I only wish there were enough popular support for devoting more time & money to both space and the oceans.

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    Stephanie Launiu (Hawaiian Scribe) 3 years ago

    I like the way you compare the oceans to our need to discover everything about our personal selves. Weʻve only scratched the surface of ocean exploration.

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    Stephanie Launiu (Hawaiian Scribe) 3 years ago

    I tend to think theyʻre both equally important too. But where does that leave us if neither is being explored much anymore?

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