#1 The Mission
Living on Mars could give you the perception that we could very well be trippin’. We delight in to notify you that we are, actually, so not trippin’. If anything, we’re flying (noticable flyin’) to Mars. And it’s actually not as challenging as it seems. But why would we intend to terraform Mars– make it environment-friendly and human friendly to begin with? The photos we see of Mars, with its dirty and lifeless terrain, don’t actually compare with our attractive blue earth. Plus, there’s all those aliens there. Terrifying! Yet it’s ok, we can take them. We virtually need to now. Below’s why.
There are greater than six billion (billion!) people on Planet today. And this abstinence-only education does not seem to be working. There merely isn’t enough space below. And damn it! We really did not discover the alphabet to be crammed into hospital beds with expectant teenagers and abstinence-only instructors! People are denying. People are fatty tissue. Individuals are rich. Folks are poor. Everyone looks better on web cams. It’s like six billion individuals in a one bedroom apartment and they have actually only been dating for a couple of months. They need a bigger area. They can change furniture for a month, sure. That’s type of working. But the absence of room isn’t really the only trouble.
#3 Is Earth Doomed?
We additionally can’t overlook the whole environment change thing. As undesirable as it is to consider, scientists state that it’s not an issue of “if” Earth obtains attacked by a gigantic asteroid. It refers “when” Planet acquires struck. And when that does happen, humans will go the way of the dinosaurs– that are lifeless, if you failed to remember. Why is this website hating on Earth so much. Whoa. Simply you shut your mouth, individual. We don’t despise Earth. We have actually known planet since middle school.
#4 Insurance for Mankind’s Survival
If we pick the red planet, the mankind as a whole will certainly have a better opportunity of making it through– somewhere. Don’t look so blue. You’ll be lifeless prior to that ever before takes place. Oh, don’t stress. You won’t even understand you’re dead. You’ll merely be lifeless. Aww … Cheer up! We’re visiting Mars! However how? And why Mars?
#5 Why Mars?
Space is a big place. It will take some time for people to go to another planet. Thus, the scientists chose to start with our neighbor, Mars. Currently, Mars is too cold for anyone to live. It is too far from the sun. Venus is our other neighbor, and much closer to the sun. Why not go there? Umm, because it is on fire! That’s why! Whoa, calm Linda. I have nothing against Venus or Jupiter (according to some nerd). Our best option is to find a way to warm up Mars. It has all the elements necessary for the life of water, carbon, oxygen and nitrogen. They just need to reorganize them to work as they do here. How does it work? Huh, nerd? Huh? (Nerd morphs impress the class with explanation.)
#6 Warming Up Our New Planet
As we said earlier, Mars is cold, about -81 degrees Fahrenheit cold. Cold. Thus, the whole transformation must begin in March by turning up the heat. A very popular idea to do this is to use mirrors. Mars has two polar ice caps, as the earth (biter!). The idea is to use giant mirrors to reflect the sun’s heat on the surface of Mars. Heat would melt the ice caps, freeing carbon dioxide is trapped inside the water when it freezes. And go into the atmosphere as carbon dioxide is causing global warming on Earth. So now that carbon dioxide has melted water, it is time to make the air breathable.
#7 How We Will Breathe on Mars
When water and mixing Martian soil, they decompose latent peroxides, which release oxygen (yum!) in the air. It will not be enough oxygen for humans to breathe, but it should be enough to keep the plants alive – which would increase the level of oxygen even moreso through the process of photosynthesis. Then it’s just a matter of time, a matter of a very, very, very, very (did we get paid by the word?) Very, very, very, very long time before the world will look like the Earth. One project in March plans to land a crew of four people on Mars in 2023. They will live the rest of their life there, even having children. But they do not live on anything that looks like the earth. As we said, the terraforming of Mars will be a very, very, very, very, very long time (ca-ching!). We can start now.
#8 Humans on Mars by 2023
March One is not the first organization to attempt an actual mission to Mars, but they are most famous for this, for good reason. Other plans always include a return flight. Since March One requires his crew settle permanently on Mars, it will be much easier. They do not have to carry a launch vehicle loads. It is a good thing, because it does not exist. And they will not have to worry about water recycling during the trip, because it only takes 210 days to get there. They can take what they need with them and just pee like normal people, in space, in a tank, which also serves as a shield against radiation, like normal people.
#9 Similarities Between Mars and Earth
But the real question is can you dunk on Mars? We know that you can dunk on the moon. The moon has one-sixth less gravity than Earth. This is great for dipping, but probably not so great for daily activity. Mars has only one third less gravity of the Earth, a number much easier to deal with, even if we have to work a little harder to dunk. With a rate of 24 h 37 min compared to 23 hours 56 min Earth, and the axial tilt of 24 degrees to 23.5 degrees of rotation of the Earth, Mars is the closest planet and can to try to live and terraform (and dunk on).
#10 Beyond Ourselves
Evolution by natural selection. This is where it all began. This is where we started. Venture into the vastness of space, the universe and living forcing him to meet our needs would also be a great step in our evolution as a species as it was when our ancestors first came out of oceans and set foot on the mainland. What a shame it would be if we did not even try. Come on! We want to dunk on Mars! You guys! Come on …