Want to Go to Mars?


Take a look at the Mars program. I hear China is taking kids to a site where there are buildings like the ones might be built on Mars in the middle of a landscape similar to the one on Mars. Isn't that ironic?

Why travel to Mars is my question? If you want to build a communal, self-contained "settlement," just start right here on our more friendly Earth, although it's probably true, if we were on Mars, we woudn't have to start killing and committing genocide against the beings that are there before us, but we won't know, will we, before we get there?

Columbus statues are being torn down here on Earth while rebel astonauts on Mars might raise the Dixie flag.

Americans and the Chinese are looking crazier and crazier aren't they? Along with the Israelites, Russkies, and everybody else that has to do with Republicanisms.

Death Valley just registered the hottest temperatures on Earth. Why not build a Disney thing there on Mars? Why can't we forsake that Martian fantasy future to realize a new way of living for everyone here like what we envision for just a few good, wealthy Men on Mars, Communal, comfortable, self-contained, living environments.

Build new towns and cities on Earth based on the fantasy communal model for our exploration ( and takeover) of outer space. Why does every Earthling have to wait until we conquer the Universe before we get to see the results of our labor.

The project in Arizona that failed because one of the scientists wanted to come out to see the doctor so the entire project was abandoned. That was a billionaire's toy project. Why not have a similar project where someone can come out to the doctor or the doctor can come in? 

Build something for them where we can learn to cooperate rather than something that will fail millions of miles from earth. 

Besides we can't pick up the trash there. Look at the Moon, already looking a Earthly garbage workers strike, without the plastic bags.



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