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Human beyond the Mars? Most likely not. April 14, 2019

Posted by hslu in Knowledge, Science, Social Issues, Taxes.
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Why pour billions into searching for a black hole and reaching distant stars when worthier causes exist at home?


Even in the extremely remote chance of human calling Mars home, it won’t happen in hundreds of years, if ever.

For crying out loud, scientists can’t even figure out how to deal with sexuality of astronauts and problems associated with a jealous boyfriend or girlfriend in a closed quarter on their way to the Mars.

Just make sure that Social Security and Medicare stay solvent in the next couple or three decades.

What else?

Let’s see: Medicaid, food stamp, SSI, unemployment benefits, pensions of many corporations, better public schools, millions living in poverty and a few others.

Super Committee members to Mars November 30, 2011

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According to a reliable source from U. S. Congress,  NASA’s latest Mars Science Laboratory, Curiosity, has been redesigned at the last minute to accommodate a group of VIP riders.

Congress asked the redesign and ordered members of the Super Committee  to take the nine month ride to Mars. Their mission is to come up with a credible plan to slash the U.S. federal budget by $4.5 trillion in the next 10 years.

If they are successful, NASA will send another probe to pick them up.

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