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::::::Okay, I stand corrected there. Guess the moon truly is as viable as Mars in that case. Well, save for the fact that the moon lacks an atmosphere, and all the stuff VargasMilan pointed out. [[User:Pokeria1|Pokeria1]] ([[User talk:Pokeria1|talk]]) 10:52, 22 June 2019 (EDT)
:::::::Radiation outside the Van Allen belt is much more intense. Robots are becoming more and more capable. So there needs to be a pretty good reason before we send more humans into deep space. But we do have the prospect of inevitable disaster to spur us on: the Earth's plate tectonics will stall in about 1.5 billion years. Geologically speaking, Mars died long ago while Venus remains hyperactive. The main problem with Venus is that the atmosphere is too thick (92 times the thickness of Earth's atmosphere) due to all the volcanic activity. But this is a problem that can eventually be solved with terraforming. [[User:PeterKa|PeterKa]] ([[User talk:PeterKa|talk]]) 10:26, 23 June 2019 (EDT)
Jesus will probably return before America puts a man on Mars. By 2025 a major financial crisis will probably hit the USA and put the kibosh on a manned mission to Mars. And if the USA keeps having ethnic/class disharmony, it may break up.[[User:Conservative|Conservative]] ([[User talk:Conservative|talk]]) 10:46, 23 June 2019 (EDT)
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