As we prepare to launch a person(ed) mission to Mars, one can only guess what the Martian Minded could be thinking.
As life on Planet Earth is drowning under an onslaught of wave events, we are going to Mars to find life and/or create life in our image.
Mars is the fourth planet from the sun. Befitting the Red Planet's bloody color, the Romans named it after their god of war. In truth, the Romans copied the ancient Greeks, who also named the planet after their god of war, Ares.Feb 7, 2019
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As a species we have always been curious, and it has led to massive positive shifts in our existence. But it has also had adverse effects that we are facing now as consequences.
Curiosity will kill cat’s, but they appear more capable of out-jumping/running the consequences. Everything gets caught in time, especially if they keep pushing, ignoring the risks.
The missions to Mars, and back to the future Moon missions, do not appear to be curiosity anymore. If ever they were. We are openly stating that the missions are to colonize and begin populating those barren lifeless rocks with humans. Batches of fertile fit humans will procreate, off Planet Earth, for the sole purpose of seeding Mars and the Moon.
Now. There are so many ways to digest that, other than. ‘So, you want to dump this Planet into a pit of degraded disease and rocket off and start inseminating other worlds.’ ‘You are just still curious about what is out there.’ ‘You know something none of us know, and rather than addressing what’s happening on this Planet, and how its inhabitants are faring, its time to start Escape Planet Earth Missions.’
The brilliant movie 2001 Space Odyssey depicts a return to who and what we are. We found nothing like our home planet and with the shock that we are an inhabitant of the universe we are forced to look at our evolution from tool-making apes to a ‘higher’ functioning ‘idea’.
We are going to Mars; we are going back to see what our Home Planet is heading into. Sustainable Life is tenuous on any rock hurtling through the expanding Universe. We believe we have always been here, how could we conceive we have not, we cannot face death.
The Moon is a lifeless rock, blasted off Earth in an apocalyptic pre anything fiery beginning. Its like a child caught in a gravitational dance with its parent. Mars on the other hand is an unknown. Our curiosity to find that we are not alone in a cold meaningless universe has pushed us to seek out the Red Planet. Imaging has hinted that it was a livable Planet with water and had a conducive atmosphere that could have tolerated life forms.
It would be ironic and horrible if we found the remains of life that got a foothold. A species that grew in such numbers and voracity that it destroyed the Planets life supporting systems.
But more horrifying would be the discovery that the apelike humanoids abandoned their dying Planet and began Escape Planet Mars Missions to a pale blue dot in the distance.
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