Mars colony

Gavin Baker
Gavin Baker

The gravity on Mars is only 38% of Earth's gravity. Say you get a bunch of fag scientists out there, they build a base and then start to "terraform" the planet (which would probably take hundreds of years), then what? You are still left with a planet that has basically no gravity so your body breaks down after a couple of months while living on it. Your bone mass breaks down, your cardiovascular system becomes inept and you eventually turn into a potato, then you die.

All urls found in this thread:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJ5KV3rzuag
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_Mars#Temperature
Kevin Edwards
Kevin Edwards

It's a retarded pipedream. The ambient temps alone would make being outside nearly impossible without a suit on.

Cooper Cox
Cooper Cox

(((Golden Curry is a decent approximation of authentic Japanese curry. It's not perfect but it's close.)))

(((Firstly, Japanese curry is to real curry in the same way British curry is. They're different implementations, but about equally distant from, say, a more familiar Thai or Indian one. It sounds like OP knows this now, but it's just how they do curry. Not for everyone.)))

(((Second, did you follow the instructions? It sounds like you did.)))

(((Thirdly, it's difficult to enjoy this curry separate from Japan. When you're hungry and you've spent the day walking around and drop into a curry place, it's different to just making it at home. I saw a number of them in train stations, and they're a neat alternative idea for fast food when you think about it. In Japan, you order these curries via a vending machine in the shop, which then communicates your order to the kitchen staff. The staff work behind a high counter with chairs, so you can see them work. They pass you your food when it's ready. When I went, I would have paid 7 or 8 dollars for the meal, which isn't too bad by my country's standards.)))

(((I guess what I'm saying is that making it at home perhaps fails to capture the greater magic of the experience.)))
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Ryder Ramirez
Ryder Ramirez

OP is a fag who doesn't understand any of the concepts related to colonization of other planets

Hunter Gomez
Hunter Gomez

Do they have (((swimming))) on Mars or is it kike-free?
Do they have (((swimming))) on Mars or is it kike-free?
Do they have (((swimming))) on Mars or is it kike-free?
Do they have (((swimming))) on Mars or is it kike-free?
Do they have (((swimming))) on Mars or is it kike-free?
Do they have (((swimming))) on Mars or is it kike-free?
Do they have (((swimming))) on Mars or is it kike-free?
Do they have (((swimming))) on Mars or is it kike-free?
Do they have (((swimming))) on Mars or is it kike-free?
Do they have (((swimming))) on Mars or is it kike-free?

Jeremiah Gray
Jeremiah Gray

I've been saying that for years on 8/pol/, but apparently the "aryan" race (only anglos) are so retarded that they think otherwise.

Mason Taylor
Mason Taylor

implying the kikes won't try to get aryans to (((swim))) or do another type of kike sport

Isaiah Powell
Isaiah Powell

colonization of other planets

Because SO much is known about this topic.

Anthony Stewart
Anthony Stewart

(((Golden Curry is a decent approximation of authentic Japanese curry. It's not perfect but it's close.)))

(((Firstly, Japanese curry is to real curry in the same way British curry is. They're different implementations, but about equally distant from, say, a more familiar Thai or Indian one. It sounds like OP knows this now, but it's just how they do curry. Not for everyone.)))

(((Second, did you follow the instructions? It sounds like you did.)))

(((Thirdly, it's difficult to enjoy this curry separate from Japan. When you're hungry and you've spent the day walking around and drop into a curry place, it's different to just making it at home. I saw a number of them in train stations, and they're a neat alternative idea for fast food when you think about it. In Japan, you order these curries via a vending machine in the shop, which then communicates your order to the kitchen staff. The staff work behind a high counter with chairs, so you can see them work. They pass you your food when it's ready. When I went, I would have paid 7 or 8 dollars for the meal, which isn't too bad by my country's standards.)))

(((I guess what I'm saying is that making it at home perhaps fails to capture the greater magic of the experience.)))

Charles Anderson
Charles Anderson

check em motherfuckers

Nathan Long
Nathan Long

¡comprobado!

Landon Reyes
Landon Reyes

no gravity
build a carousel
no joke

Matthew Thomas
Matthew Thomas

in orbit right? But that's not that same as living on the planet

Kevin Sanders
Kevin Sanders

Gently tractor beam enough asteroids on top until the planet has the right gravoty

Nolan Harris
Nolan Harris

Gently tractor beam enough asteroids on top until the planet has the right gravoty
I know you're just trolling but I will respond. Adding more pull on the planet will just decrease the amount of gravity on the surface.

Carson Rogers
Carson Rogers

This arouses some people.

Jaxson Rogers
Jaxson Rogers

does it arouse your loli gf?

Blake Ross
Blake Ross

you can do it on surface, too
instead of rotating wheel you build rotating dish where existing gravity and centripedal force provide combined "gravity"

Easton Turner
Easton Turner

So just bury them

Bentley Sanchez
Bentley Sanchez

That sounds pretty made up.

Aaron Long
Aaron Long

sauce?

Joseph Green
Joseph Green

it should work but not without problems
forget the dish though. the useful area would be small so it would still be best build as a "ring"
the main point is that you can still achieve the same effect as in zero g by having proper angle of floor
it may not be feasible any time soon but it's still probably better than launching to orbit all the time

Charles Kelly
Charles Kelly

Imagine being on mars for the first time, meeting a girl and then dying of cardiac arrest 3 weeks later because the gravity caused the blood to flow differently in your veins.

Justin Martin
Justin Martin

now someone only have to implement it :)

Colton Hernandez
Colton Hernandez

be living on mars for 4 months
your crew mates are complaining about not being able to bend their arms and that they are feeling weird pains in their joints
the boss says it's okay, just keep working out
2 days later, the boss has a hear attack
everyone claims it's because of old age
they still keep doing their work outs
their joints are getting stiff
they feel weak but it's okay
they all end up having heart attacks and dying

Ethan Richardson
Ethan Richardson

sounds bretty fun tbh

Kayden Gomez
Kayden Gomez

you should apply for the NASA scouts

Evan Adams
Evan Adams

It is indeed a retarded pipedream, but you should really take the time to find out what something even is before you spout your worthless opinions on it.

Mason Perez
Mason Perez

be in 6th month of mars
I have no idea where I am
there are weird creatures moving around but I can't identify them or interact with them
I have no use of my arms or legs
why did I even come here?

Levi Gutierrez
Levi Gutierrez

Why would you put solar panels on the ground where they are far less efficient and susceptible to being covered in dust.

Josiah Harris
Josiah Harris

End yourself fucktard

Luke Powell
Luke Powell

Every person aboard ISS is dead meat according to this thread.

Blake Cruz
Blake Cruz

It's worse than that. A 10% reduction in gravity is enough to kill you within 30 minutes.

Cooper Harris
Cooper Harris

wat

Evan Davis
Evan Davis

The body requires gravity to recirculate blood, especially from your brain. Without gravity to help, your blood will stop moving and form clots in your brain, then you die.

Adrian Long
Adrian Long

So how do you explain people living on the ISS for a year without dying of a blood clot then?

Jayden Walker
Jayden Walker

It takes very long time.

Connor Nguyen
Connor Nguyen

Then why did you say it only takes 30 minutes?

Jason Wright
Jason Wright

Oh that. It was not me tbqh.

Juan Cruz
Juan Cruz

This is why Elon Musk is going to fail.
Exploration of the solar system belongs to a post-human society.
We are not going to terraform Mars, we are going to transform ourselves into synthetic-bodied, AI-enhanced ubermensch, well-suited for alien environments, but that is still decades away.
Sending biological humans into space for a long term mission, much less colonization is simply suicide.

Christopher Butler
Christopher Butler

daily reminder that transhumanists are worse than transsexuals

Brayden Ross
Brayden Ross

Well, I guess you need to find any excuse to do something with that collection of pics in your Holla Forums folder.

Lucas Phillips
Lucas Phillips

OP is stupid enough to think you can land on Mars. This is not a planet, but a wandering star. The earth is closed system and it is impossible to leave it ;)

Samuel Peterson
Samuel Peterson

checking wasted digits on a retard's post

Jackson Bennett
Jackson Bennett

"Turn on the machines Quaid"

Dominic Martinez
Dominic Martinez

I think your body could handle 38% of Earth's gravity just fine, especially if it can handle zero gravity alright. Humans on Mars would be taller than people on Earth, but much weaker too.

Isaac Moore
Isaac Moore

The ISS is obviously a hoax. They put a replica structure up in space, but all the videos of people working on it are filmed on Earth using CGI.

Robert Lopez
Robert Lopez

probably true tbh
but give it a few centuries and there could be progress…

Robert Cruz
Robert Cruz

We need people on Mars in case Earth is made uninhabitable by humans. Earth has had 5 extinction events that we know that would have killed every human on Earth. You think there won't be a 6th?

Nathan Cox
Nathan Cox

I am sorry, I do not speak English as good as you…. globeshit

Yeah, we better live in scare, otherwise we will not be obedient to the great goat master -.-

Connor Williams
Connor Williams

Mars is just a dead ball of rock, it has no magnetosphere. This is the best explanation we have of why there is no atmosphere. Step one of any terraforming is making a magnetosphere so any changes made don't just blow away to solar winds.

Blake Nguyen
Blake Nguyen

people stay in 0g for years on the ISS
people live up to 120 years in 1g
living in 0,38 gravity is somehow magically lethal after 4 months

Austin Wright
Austin Wright

they dont "live in 0g for years". Longest time is 280 days currently, they literally never spend years in 0g

Christian Sanchez
Christian Sanchez

Over 1/3 of earth's gravity is basically 'no gravity'

Cooper Lopez
Cooper Lopez

Humans need some genetic upgrades, and the few incentives nations will have will be better workers and soldiers. This will happen, but will it lead to our destruction? Even a group with the best of intentions can make horrible mistakes.

Ryder Jones
Ryder Jones

i know that feeling
happened to me once

James James
James James

related video is related.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJ5KV3rzuag

Jackson Martin
Jackson Martin

We could already have a Mars colony if white people didn't have to subsidize niggers and spics

Jackson Ross
Jackson Ross

not a argument

Mars is far from the Sun it takes thousands of years or longer to blow away the atmosphere. Just produce more faster then it is removed.

Yeah living in a cloud city on Venus sounds really cool and everything. Until something goes wrong with your ship and you start descending into literal Hell for a slowish painful burning death.

Racist
Just kidding,that's absolutely true.It's also sad and depressing.We could have the stars but we chose to help our enemies destroy us,democracy is a mistake.Fascism or Monarchy is the way to go if you want your people to prosper.

Thomas Diaz
Thomas Diaz

Until something goes wrong with your ship and you start descending into literal Hell for a slowish painful burning death.
That argument basically applies to anything involving space.

Jack Moore
Jack Moore

find out what something even is

I have no idea what that means.

Camden Bailey
Camden Bailey

It just needs a thicker atmosphere to mellow out the climate

Leo Evans
Leo Evans

I haven't seen this one before. Nice.

Liam Clark
Liam Clark

Here are the facts. Under 1x Earth gravity would actually be better for your body. Earth's gravity puts an incredible strain on your organs. If you lived in 0.5x gravity your lifespan would be longer.

Jose Walker
Jose Walker

Wrong.
Our bodies respond to strain by getting stronger. Without the strain of gravity your everything would deteriorate.

Think about your heart, for example:
The heart muscle gets stronger with more cardio. This is because of gravity's effect on the blood alongside the beat frequency. If sitting in front of your computer on earth is NO cardio, doing mild to moderate exercise on mars is NEGATIVE cardio.

Granted, of course, the heart won't need to be as strong on mars since it doesn't have to work as hard, the threshold for when it would give out is much lower.

Joseph Nelson
Joseph Nelson

Stupid heliocentric believers……..

Sebastian Harris
Sebastian Harris

I'm not sure about your schematics sir.

Joseph Watson
Joseph Watson

a thicker atmosphere

OK, but without enough gravity, that's not possible. It's not like we have technology to increase gravity of a planet.

Ryder Roberts
Ryder Roberts

Tractor Beam??? Why not just use Santa's Seigh?

Liam James
Liam James

bump

Robert Perry
Robert Perry

ffs… Mars first needs to be terraformed before being colonized.

Gravity, spin, everything is wrong for life.

The terraforming process will take at least a 100 years. So quit your yapping about colonizing what is technically a deathtrap.

Aaron Barnes
Aaron Barnes

id like to live in a one bedroom pressurized apartment on mars so i never had to leave and go outside agen tbh. thatd be so comfy to look out window at mars while i play vidya

Aiden Clark
Aiden Clark

Cool. But I'd still prefer having the option to leave house and enjoy a nice walk every now and then.

Feel free to stay buried.

Wyatt Hughes
Wyatt Hughes

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_Mars#Temperature

Differing in situ values have been reported for the average temperature on Mars,[20] with a common value being −55 °C (218 K; −67 °F).[21] Surface temperatures may reach a high of about 20 °C (293 K; 68 °F) at noon, at the equator, and a low of about −153 °C (120 K; −243 °F) at the poles.[22] Actual temperature measurements at the Viking landers' site range from −17.2 °C (256.0 K; 1.0 °F) to −107 °C (166 K; −161 °F). The warmest soil temperature estimated by the Viking Orbiter was 27 °C (300 K; 81 °F).[23] The Spirit rover recorded a maximum daytime air temperature in the shade of 35 °C (308 K; 95 °F), and regularly recorded temperatures well above 0 °C (273 K; 32 °F), except in winter.[24]

That's actually not bad. Mars in these readings has rather similar temperature range to that of Earth

I do believe 100 percent is is absolutely possible to live on Mars. Even right now with our current technology. I don't think it would be particularly comfortable. You would still need to live in a pressurized habitat, for example.

Let's compare with some actual locations on Earth, Furnace Creek, California regularly exceeds 25 degrees F (52 degrees C) in the Summer, for example, and people still regularly visit and even live there.

In Antarctica at Vostok Station it can reach temps at about -130 degrees F (-90 degrees C)

So based on our recorded temps I do not think temperature will be an issue, and regulating temperature in a pressurized enclosure is trivial
tl;dr
OP is a faggot

Adrian Foster
Adrian Foster

*125 degrees F

Michael Young
Michael Young

And before people say
muh gravity!
I believe Mars does have enough gravity to harbor proper human development. Its gravity is sufficient to prevent small particles from reaching escape velocity against its atmosphere, while thin, is still existent.

I can't come to any conclusion though because there's really not enough known but it's something we really cannot know unless we perform experiments ourselves

Gabriel Butler
Gabriel Butler

This is why everyone who went to Mir, Skylab or the ISS has come back dead

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