Benefits of Humanity Expanding to Mars Tom Clancy, an American novelist, once said,“We cannot fail to win unless we fail to try.” This statement is completely true. We have to try to do something before we can fail. An example of this is traveling to Mars. Since the first humans traveled into space, humans have wanted to travel to the planet Mars. Mars is the only planet other than Earth that is currently suitable for human life (with help from modern-day technology).
However, the question is not if Earth will become inhabitable, it’s when it will become inhabitable. Humans will eventually have to venture out into space, and we need to do it now instead of waiting until it is too late. Plus, some of the discoveries made in space can help save our planet, like a discovery of a plentiful source of ununpentium. There is also the fear of finding extra terrestrial life, and bringing it back to earth. Not necessarily alien like creatures that will invade earth, but like bacteria or viruses that can be detrimental to human life.
Humanity's interest in the vast universe has endured for 57 long years, since the first US mission to orbit earth in 1961. Humans are driven to explore the unknown, discover new worlds, push the boundaries of our scientific and technical limits. The desire to explore and challenge the confines of what we know and where we have been has provided benefits to our society for centuries. Thus, making space exploration a priority and continuing the expedition would improve and benefit America’s governmental and national issues. it is true that a numerous amount of people believe likewise and space exploration is very costly and impractical to be spending billions of dollars on the American space exploration program, but instead used as a solution
• I want you to stop for your second and look at the person sitting next to you. What you are looking at is the fine result of over 200 thousand years of evolution; the master piece of natural selection, and a perfectly adapted organism to life on earth. • But with exponential grow in technological advances, unpredictable climate change or even space exploration. Have you ever stopped for a minute and tried to imagine how Humans will look like in 1000 years? Central Idea/Preview Statement: • For the next 4 minutes I’m going to explain how nanorobots, UV radiation, selected Mutations and Space exploration are going to dramatically change the way humans are over the next millennium.
Space has helped hone the skills of scientist. By using satellite technology for space, they were able to use the same concept for Earth. Even with all the benefits of space, its major down falls are cost, risks, and low chances of reward for their efforts. Many space explorations cost fortunes with little to come out of it, making it almost seem not worth it. The risk is another key factor, with little known about the majority of space, many outliers can appear out of nowhere and can cause death to anyone that happens to be working up there.
Introduction Since the beginning of mankind until very recently, humans have remained on Earth and mostly remained on land or above the surface, let alone space. It was only within the recent years that the invention of manned flight and rocket ships that allowed for the exploration of space; space organisations have sent people to the Moon, space probes and rovers to different areas of the universe, and advanced telescopes which bring the remote edges of the universe into our view. For the past years, space exploration has provided humans with benefits and awareness of our surroundings, but there has been controversy about the priority of space travel and the moral imperative of space. This essay will discuss the debate of whether space exploration
Robots in space exploration may help in discovery of new worlds. Nowadays we have fast growing population of people. But what is earth’s capacity to carry people? For instance, population in China became a real problem, because now there are some laws that prohibit people to have more than one child in family. In the near future earth will be full and there will be no free space on the Earth and that may cause many problems.
Both, living on Mars, and visiting Mars have various advantages and disadvantages. The real question is: which one would benefit science, and humanity the most? Stephen Hawking once said, “I don't think the human race will survive the next thousand years, unless we spread into space.” Overpopulation is an enormous issue in the world today. We have exceeded our carrying capacity by far, and are now using up all of our resources available. Humans are greedy.
The human body is uniquely designed to live in Earth’s gravity.Therefore, long term exposure to other atmospherically conditions can be life threatening without proper protection equipment and technology.This is why for years scientists have been studying systems, requiring an input from physical and biological sciences, that would allow humans to survive and work in space for extended and possibly indefinite periods of time. Finding such systems , though , is not an easy job , and this is the reason why solving this issue is considered to be one of the biggest challenges facing human space exploration. I. PHYSICAL EFFECTS A. Bones and muscles The fact that walking is replaced by floating means that the bones in the lower part of the body