95 percent of the ocean is unexplored.

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  1. Ghost Ninja

    Ghost Ninja Well-Known Member

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    you bring up good points

    so what im gonna say isn't arguing just thinking around what your saying

    what about solar flares? or asteroids (if you believe they killed the dinasaurs no reason they couldn't kill us)...these are things that being on mars could protect us from maybe? (we would need to build an atmosphere and stuff which lets say takes a 1000 years, and what if a solar flare of asteroid would hit sometime after? in this case its good we started exploring NOW)

    in terms of space travel what about huge giant ships that are more like mini planets themselves? we are starting to learn to harvest precious metals from space debri etc. if we have a big enough ship we could have many generations live and die on it with hospitals and farms and everything we need to survive, mini ecosystems

    plus don't count out time travel, yeah now it seems crazy but so did flying a goddamn ship straight up into the sky and breaking through our atmosphere...that shit seemed BEYOND crazy at one point

    just some ideas
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  2. Billy Badass

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    LOL
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  3. Ghost Ninja

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    I think mars weather could EVENTUALLY be controlled

    or we just need like giant biodomes where we can grow trees etc to create livable areas

    trust me they are working on inhabiting mars already, but that's why its good to start as soon as we can

    cuz this shit will take a long long time to accomplish
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  4. Detroit

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    Everything besides the time travel is what I was initially getting at we could very well live in space on
    Ships that's more practical than going to planets that we could gather a lot of info from but we wouldn't fully know we were up against until we touch down there

    We could go light years away and have our whole human race eaten by a giant ant as soon as we got off the ship man lol
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    Fatality...
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    Sea Monsters/Lake Monsters are hella real
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  8. Detroit

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    I'm all for it
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    Our understanding of theoretical physics allows for phenomenon such as wormholes and time travel, the stumbling block is supplying the huge amount of energy needed.

    NASA would like to do a lot more as far as exploring our solar system but budgeting constraints limit them - obviously space exploration is not cheap. Some astrophysicists make the argument that money spent on NASA missions comes with a variety of returns: cultural impact, greater appreciation of the Earth and the need for its protection, technological innovations that benefit industry and consumers.

    As far as life goes Mars and Europa (one of Jupiter's moons) are the leading candidates for being able to sustain life because of the presence of water.
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  11. Ghost Ninja

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    is that real? looks like a horse-fish
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  12. Ghost Ninja

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    interesting about the variety of returns

    so if traveling to foreign countries makes me worldy, what diss traveling space make me?
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  13. Sin Skywalker

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    Google Image search so I dunno but holy shit if it is.

    I think the deeper into the ocean we get the more jelly-fish like species there will be.
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  14. Ghost Ninja

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    have you heard of the immortal jellyfish?
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  16. Detroit

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    A jellyfish that has the ability to basically make itself young again but they don't live forever because they can get a disease or be eaten by other animals
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    another oarfish found in cali last night

    6.8 quake today

    told ya

    bigger one comin
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  18. Deep Abyss

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    Lol that shit fake as hell
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  19. -MV-

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    Mars

    Titan
    Europa

    are the biggest targets.
    I'd put Europa at first, with Mars at a distant second.


    For space to really kick off you better pray for reusable rockets which will drive the cost of rocket launches way down. So instead of having to destroy the rocket and rebuild from scratch after every launch, you can clean it up more than likely and have it ready to go again in a matter of weeks, and possibly in a more distant future; days or even hours.

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