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Travel company offer a once in a lifetime trip to Mars

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Guest: guest who (3157 days ago)
When will we ever stop dreaming about travelling to space? And realise, that there is no other place for humans to live then this planet. There is nothing out there except some too cold / too hot deserts and incredible spaces of nothing. Send robots and go camping in the sahara desert, its much cheaper and far not that dangerous.
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When will we ever stop dreaming about travelling to space? And realise, that there is no other place for humans to live then this planet. There is nothing out there except some too cold / too hot deserts and incredible spaces of nothing. Send robots and go camping in the sahara desert, its much cheaper and far not that dangerous.
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Guest: (3156 days ago)
I was actually thinking of spending the holidays at home this year.
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I was actually thinking of spending the holidays at home this year.
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Guest: (3151 days ago)
Latest comment: Sorry, 184,000 MILES per second not kilometers, we're still in a little bit of a transition between logical metric and stupid imperial. Only America, Liberia, and Burma, out of 200 countries still use imperial. America, you're in good company.
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Latest comment: Sorry, 184,000 MILES per second not kilometers, we're still in a little bit of a transition between logical metric and stupid imperial. Only America, Liberia, and Burma, out of 200 countries still use imperial. America, you're in good company.
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althebiker althebiker (3156 days ago)
No, not Arrogant just realistic. If there is an "inhabitable" planet it's so far away as to make no odds, same with "Aliens". Viable Space Travel will not happen, its not possible given the way we live. It would take all of humanity acting together and devoting all their resources to it - and you know the chance of that happening...
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No, not Arrogant just realistic. If there is an "inhabitable" planet it's so far away as to make no odds, same with "Aliens". Viable Space Travel will not happen, its not possible given the way we live. It would take all of humanity acting together and devoting all their resources to it - and you know the chance of that happening...
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Guest: John (3157 days ago)
Interesting add - but what are they offering!
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Interesting add - but what are they offering!
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Guest: Richard 'Beardy' Branson (3157 days ago)
Its an April Fools joke, google "exspedia space" and click on the link to "trip to mars" it quite funny but not quite a classic
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Its an April Fools joke, google "exspedia space" and click on the link to "trip to mars" it quite funny but not quite a classic
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Guest: (3157 days ago)
When did we start calling heaven space?
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When did we start calling heaven space?
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Searchguru Searchguru (3155 days ago)
IrishFella, If you run to the supermarket it won't be as far that way you'll get there quicker.
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IrishFella, If you run to the supermarket it won't be as far that way you'll get there quicker.
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Guest: guest who (3156 days ago)
Just one add... I DO believe there are inhabitable planets or other life forms out there, but they are just too far away. Really, much too far away. Only one example: At the scale of 1 to 1 Billion (1.000.000.000) Sun is 1.4 meters in diameter and earth is 1.2cm dia and 142 meters away. The speed of light at this scale is about 30 cm/second. Get a glimpse ?
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Just one add... I DO believe there are inhabitable planets or other life forms out there, but they are just too far away. Really, much too far away. Only one example: At the scale of 1 to 1 Billion (1.000.000.000) Sun is 1.4 meters in diameter and earth is 1.2cm dia and 142 meters away. The speed of light at this scale is about 30 cm/second. Get a glimpse ?
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MeatStar MeatStar (3157 days ago)
probably an april fools, like that one richard branson did last year, remember?
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probably an april fools, like that one richard branson did last year, remember?
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CaptainAmaranth CaptainAmaranth (3156 days ago)
It is an incredibly arrogant thought that there are no other inhabitable planets, and no other intelligent life-forms in the universe.
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It is an incredibly arrogant thought that there are no other inhabitable planets, and no other intelligent life-forms in the universe.
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Guest: (3156 days ago)
Scale ? Scale ? You want to talk about Scale ? It takes me five and a half minutes from my front door to the Supermarket. So unless you can give me back that lost time, you can stick 184,000 kilometers per second up your arse. (Sorry, as always, I'm drunk)
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Scale ? Scale ? You want to talk about Scale ? It takes me five and a half minutes from my front door to the Supermarket. So unless you can give me back that lost time, you can stick 184,000 kilometers per second up your arse. (Sorry, as always, I'm drunk)
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