Do you believe humans will actually live on another planet or moon in the future?
Or perhaps they are doing it now?
Nice dream, but mankind has an odd way of destroying dreams. Anyway it would only be for military use, or for those of the fake 'new world order'. Normal people have no truck with political garbage.
No. If they can't even take care of planet earth which is where they're suppose to live, how can they possibly live elsewhere? I think everywhere man goes he's done enough damage.
Still relying on imperfect scientists than a perfect God? How sad.
Absolutely, it will be a necessity in the not too distant future so it's really not a question of "IF" but "WHEN".
Unless of course we implement and strictly enforce a "Reproduction Cap" to try and temper population growth & expansion....But then again, I believe that would be unconstitutional here in the U.S. so I guess it's up to our fellow humanoid brethren & Sisteren (I know I just made that last word up...) around the globe to do their patriotic duty and hopefully we can postpone any moving van activity to "Sirius B" for at least another couple decades.....Or until Sarah's inauguration....Which ever comes first.....
P.S. Any more "Nuke Incidents" and that mass exodus to "Sirius B" plan might get accelerated to approximately one week from next Tuesday.......And hopefully by then, Sir Richard Branson will have this whole "Time & Space Manipulation" thing figured out....
Nah. Human's are corrupt, violent, evil, ect. There's always someone lying or stabbing someone in the back. Look at the big picture, Theres a group of 200 or so men and women who think they are super human and they deserve the right to rule the world. Think NWO, its in effect and has been for several years. Humans are going to end up in one of two places, if you catch my drift and it ain't going to be on the moon!
Someday we likely will. It may be necessary as we are destroying this planet very quickly.
I've got to say I don't think it'll happen in my lifetime. Eventually? Who knows? But I'd bet not.
I don't believe so for a number of reasons. Of course the whole 'our bodies cannot physically withstand the atmosphere' thing comes into it.
But say if it were possible, - would YOU want to allow mankind to ruin another place without a care in the world (literally)
I hope so. It's not essential to the human race's survival in the future (wayyy far in the future), but it'd be fascinating.
Certainly, if you follow the timeline of human progress. The new cutting-edge breakthrough technology of the first half of the 20th century was air and space travel. In the second half of the century, the cutting edgle breakthrough was computer and communications technology. Now, the third and final piece of the puzzle is energy, which scientists are developing.
Yes I do. I believe we came from another planet.... and like galactic cockroaches we will infest another soon.
Yes I believe but it will not happen in near future. It will take another 200 years or more...
yes i do. we are explorers and space is something we have a need to explore. i doubt the average person will live in space for a long time yet but some of the so-called special people will.
I see no basis for humans wanting to occupy any of the other planets on the basis of what those planets have to offer in terms of quality of life...starting with the proper levels of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and temperature. On that basis, I would say that any basis for humans living in those environments could only be driven by a worsening of living conditions here on earth such that the air we breathe and the climate we enjoy no longer exists as we know it. Then, and only the would we seek another place to live. WB
I believe that we will some day I also believe that we came to earth from another planet (s) as well.
Probably not, we were made out of the dust of the earth, so this is our habitation.
yes, well this is the same question as a tribe living on one island wondering if they will venture out to the next island.
man is an explorer by nature, and once the exploration of internal space becomes clogged up, the outer space will once again become an accessible and viable horizon to pierce
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