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August 30, 2017, 01:01:10 PM
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Yes or we all die here.  Why because the earth will be destroyed by the sun.   I am hoping religion all falls apart and humans embrace science....  it is a long shot..

Intelligent people need to stand up (which we are starting to do) and call BULLSHIT whenever some fool brings up the idea of religion.  The only reason religion propagates is because ignorant parent passes it on to gullible naive child.

The internet is helping - any fool can now look online and see proof that the murder of millions of people by a great flood never happened.

Indeed, alas Islam is sweeping over the planet like the plague... It's brutality for suggesting the Koran could be wrong is pretty scary. Perhaps when we move past oil it's financial situation will cause it to lose it's insane grip.
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August 30, 2017, 03:45:10 PM
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Its possible for humans to colonize another planet though the problem is that no habitual planet has ever been discovered yet. Well, there are some but its bot quite that stable and safe. Plus, it will take years before a human can even land on one though it can be changed if a certain person has invented a super fast spaceship.


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August 30, 2017, 04:42:25 PM
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Do you think humanity will ever create colonies on the other planets (not just couple of trained astronauts but a civilian population in a city or something similar) and depending on your opinion why not / where and when do you think they're likely to be created first?... also will the frontier of colonising be in our own solar system on Mars for example or on some exoplanet

I think humanity would first try to colonize Mars as this is the nearest and most same climate or atmosphere as ours. They would try to find ways on how to introduce life there, slowly and usrely moving people from Earth to Mars. People would need to move from Earths as from what it is happening now, wars, climate change and nuclear explosion are very real and people would be curious if we can start over agin if there is a chance then we'll take it.
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August 30, 2017, 05:03:10 PM
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I have my doubts that the human race will be able to survive long enough be able to develop a civilization on another planet/moon. It is seeming ever more likely that humans are built to self destruct in some way or another...don't think it will be earthlings who will be living on other planets. Crikey, that's really depressing!
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August 30, 2017, 05:36:10 PM
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I'm not really convinced humans can leave the planet. The idea that we can leave this planet seems like a very egocentric idea. Or that we are the first intelligent beings in the universe and that's why we haven't been visited by other civilizations etc... etc... I just don't think that's in the deck of cards. Humans can't even coexist together on this rock, anyway. Pretty sure the Van Allen Belt is impenetrable by living beings.
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August 30, 2017, 05:43:53 PM
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It can happen given time of course, but not any time soon. The technology simply isn't there. Need probably another 500 years minimum of development before it can become a remote possibility.

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August 30, 2017, 05:47:28 PM
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Yes or we all die here.  Why because the earth will be destroyed by the sun.   I am hoping religion all falls apart and humans embrace science....  it is a long shot..
This quest of mankind to leave the planet, seems to be the life itself manifesting the desire to spread and continue existing.
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August 31, 2017, 02:24:17 AM
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I have my doubts that the human race will be able to survive long enough be able to develop a civilization on another planet/moon. It is seeming ever more likely that humans are built to self destruct in some way or another...don't think it will be earthlings who will be living on other planets. Crikey, that's really depressing!

The science and technology is not progressed enough for the humans to colonize other planets. It may take another 1,000 or 2,000 years to achieve that. But the sad thing is that our planet will become uninhabitable much before that date.
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August 31, 2017, 04:15:27 AM
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I have my doubts that the human race will be able to survive long enough be able to develop a civilization on another planet/moon. It is seeming ever more likely that humans are built to self destruct in some way or another...don't think it will be earthlings who will be living on other planets. Crikey, that's really depressing!

The science and technology is not progressed enough for the humans to colonize other planets. It may take another 1,000 or 2,000 years to achieve that. But the sad thing is that our planet will become uninhabitable much before that date.
It's easier for us to get self-extinguished before that, but earth will remain habitable for much longer
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August 31, 2017, 04:23:13 AM
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Do you think humanity will ever create colonies on the other planets (not just couple of trained astronauts but a civilian population in a city or something similar) and depending on your opinion why not / where and when do you think they're likely to be created first?... also will the frontier of colonising be in our own solar system on Mars for example or on some exoplanet

Based on how rapid our technologies are advancing, it's hard to imagine the day won't come when we're able to start a colony on a different planet. It may take decades, centuries or even millenniums, but I think the day will definitely arrive. Unless, of course, some catastrophic event on planet Earth happens first.
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August 31, 2017, 05:46:57 AM
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Do you think humanity will ever create colonies on the other planets (not just couple of trained astronauts but a civilian population in a city or something similar) and depending on your opinion why not / where and when do you think they're likely to be created first?... also will the frontier of colonising be in our own solar system on Mars for example or on some exoplanet
We have already colonized earth. We can colonized other planets as well in the near future. And the original inhabitants here are the animals and the organisms discovered by the scientists million years ago.
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August 31, 2017, 11:08:44 AM
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Pondering this question, I trace a chain of thoughts:
who will discover a new planet, who will invent the technology to do this, who will be physically ready to explore new planets? Why do we think that someone will do it, but not we and not our descendants, instead for example, Elon Musk)?
Speaking about the possibility of development of planets, each have to prepare yourself first - by improving the mind and body. Okay, not we, but your descendants will be at the forefront and ready for anything.
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August 31, 2017, 05:01:34 PM
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People are talking about reducing populations here! We need greater populations to think up and build the machines that it takes to go to the stars

That's not true - again..   

We don't need more people - we have too many as it is.

We need smarter people.  Ones that don't believe in fairy tales.     Cool

Fairy tales are good to believe in. They stimulate the thinking with ideals of grandeur. The problem with science fiction is, some of it is difficult to stop believing.

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August 31, 2017, 05:48:31 PM
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Do you think humanity will ever create colonies on the other planets (not just couple of trained astronauts but a civilian population in a city or something similar) and depending on your opinion why not / where and when do you think they're likely to be created first?... also will the frontier of colonising be in our own solar system on Mars for example or on some exoplanet
Yes. It is inevitable. As long as there are people/companies willing to pay huge amounts of money to go there, the only thing stopping them from going there is current lack of technological advancements. I'm guessing Mars will be our first "big" colony. Motivation? How about mining precious metals for a beginning...
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August 31, 2017, 06:25:52 PM
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Fairy tales are good to believe in. They stimulate the thinking with ideals of grandeur. The problem with science fiction is, some of it is difficult to stop believing.

Finally something we agree on!

Help is available when you want to stop believing.  I am willing to help you.

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August 31, 2017, 08:11:44 PM
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This subject is a sad one for me. I think that we are running out of time and the risk of nuke ourselves increases as years are passing by.

If only a fraction of the trillion dollars spent on arms and wars would be spent in research and financing brave pioneers to push to the stars the leap would be enormous.

Nations are fighting on Earth for resources when we could invest more in space technology and get up there and take whatever we need to live in peace.

Unfortunately, I don't see a major change of mind regarding the way majority of the people are thinking.

I've seen in the past couple of years that the private initiatives are starting to take shape and some of them achieved great things. But this is not fast enough!

We need nations to get together and spend 2-3% of their GDP investing in space technology so we can have a chance to get to a point where we will have at least another strong, self-sufficient human colony on another planet than Earth. Only then we can have the guarantee that in an unfortunate event such as self-annihilation or being smashed by a meteorite or comet the human race would survive.

It bothers me to imagine that after all the pain and sweat and sacrifices that the humans made so far, a stupid thing such a lightheaded politician or a big rock coming from space can obliterate the memory of all our achievements, art, songs, tells and knowledge.




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August 31, 2017, 08:38:00 PM
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Well we would have to, eventually. It would still be long till the Sun gobbles up our planet but if climate change continues, we could end up like Venus. Though it seem the public is not enthusiastic anyway. With the war on science, isolationism and populism becoming more common, funding could get redirected to other stuff.

Mathematical nonsense.  Smiley

There are hundreds of billions of stars in this galaxy alone, with hundreds of billions of galaxies.

Each star has multiple planets.

Eventually, we will find some that support our life.
Chemical nonsense.  Smiley

You won't find an oxygen atmosphere on a planet by chance; oxygen is far too reactive to exist naturally in a free state. You know why water's the most common compound in the universe? Because hydrogen is the most common element, so whenever there's oxygen around - BOOM! Oxygen also reacts with carbon to form carbon oxides, silicon to form rock, and metals to form rust: all of which can be found in varying levels of abundance on other planets, but no free oxygen.

The only reason Earth has oxygen in its atmosphere is because algae and plants are constantly producing it as a waste product, and the only way another planet can have oxygen is if it already has life like ours, which may be inconvenient for colonists.

Also scientist have recently mentioned that planets with liquid water on the surface might be rarer than expected. They were kinda hoping that icy planets would become more habitable as their suns expand but it turns out that is more unlikely. https://phys.org/news/2017-07-planets-hospitable-earth.html

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August 31, 2017, 09:25:18 PM
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I hope we could colonising Mars and Moon at least
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September 01, 2017, 02:12:23 AM
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I have my doubts that the human race will be able to survive long enough be able to develop a civilization on another planet/moon. It is seeming ever more likely that humans are built to self destruct in some way or another...don't think it will be earthlings who will be living on other planets. Crikey, that's really depressing!

The science and technology is not progressed enough for the humans to colonize other planets. It may take another 1,000 or 2,000 years to achieve that. But the sad thing is that our planet will become uninhabitable much before that date.
It's easier for us to get self-extinguished before that, but earth will remain habitable for much longer


I don't know. If the Carbon dioxide levels increase, then the planet may not remain suitable for human habitation. But that doesn't mean that the other species will also become extinct. Obviously, at least some of them are going to survive.
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September 01, 2017, 05:15:55 AM
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Do you think humanity will ever create colonies on the other planets (not just couple of trained astronauts but a civilian population in a city or something similar) and depending on your opinion why not / where and when do you think they're likely to be created first?... also will the frontier of colonising be in our own solar system on Mars for example or on some exoplanet
It is possible that someday it will be so. But I think that it will not be very soon. We will definitely not see this. Although I would like.

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