So much of what drives cosmic exploration involves the quest to learn whether or not we're alone in the universe but that's not the only reason to go to mars find out others from neil degrasse tyson. Why should humans go to mars many reasons for and against have been cited over the years, and many still struggle to see the relevance of this priority it seems so far out, so detached from life on earth, and in many ways it is.
Where did mars come from can it teach us about earth's history is there life on mars these are just three of the hundreds of burning questions for scientists all over the world thirdly: progress you could say that sending people to mars is 'the next giant leap for mankind. We still are using rocket propulsion technology over a century old in all reality, you need to have basically warp drive, then you won’t need to go to mars to live, you go to mars to explore and come back you go to habitable earth like planets to colonize and live.
Mars may be the only other place in the solar system on which life could have existed in the past (or presently does exist), so ensuring that we disturb that environment as little as possible should be our main priority. Though he was hesitant to say humans should live on mars, he agreed there were many more discoveries to be made there one monumental discovery scientists could make is determining whether life currently exists on mars if we're going to do that, we'll most likely have to dig much deeper than nasa's rovers can. Why we should go to mars in this video, zubrin talks again about why the red planet should be the focal point of our space program and why we should go to mars his argument is based on three main points.
All that are agreeing with this feeble minded neanderthal are the reason why we need to go to mars the world is dying, this is no secret do you want to keep feeding into this decaying planet or be apart of the new age. Why did columbus travel west why did marco polo head east because it is that pull, that unknown, that prospect of adventure that compels humans to seek new frontiers to explore there are a number of reasons to travel to mars the first is the realization of an amazing dream sending a manned mission to mars is a fantastic adventure.
So if what we're really afraid of is a doomsday scenario rendering earth uninhabitable at some point in the future, let's solve these issues prior to or in addition to going to mars (which is, by the way, presently uninhabitable) mars is still cool, and we should definitely go there but maybe we should deal with a few more pressing issues first. Why should humans go to mars by frank stratford monday, december 21, 2009 why should humans go to mars many reasons for and against have been cited over the years, and many still struggle to see the relevance of this priority it seems so far out, so detached from life on earth, and in many ways it is.
Mars has water, an atmosphere, and other resources that should allow us to live off the land but, we won’t know if a permanent presence is possible until we try 6 to understand earth: mars is the planet in our solar system that is most similar to earth mars used to be a warm and wet planet like earth, when mars had a much thicker atmosphere than it does today. After we build the moon base, you believe we should use what we learned and send humans to mars’ moon, phobos, to build a base on mars that would be my preference we’ve learned, with the robots spirit and opportunity on the surface of mars, that you can’t control them adequately from the earth. When asked in 2013 whether we should go to mars, he answered: yes, if it galvanizes an entire generation of students in the educational pipeline to want to become scientists, engineers, technologists, and mathematicians, he said.