ACCESS: Above Top Secret
- Apr 5, 2006
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I don't think humans deliberately set out to make the world very hot. If you don't intend to do something how can you do it intentionally?
Humans didn't intend to alter the climate of Earth. But we could intend to alter the climate of Mars. See how easy that is?
Equally I don't think it's possible to make Mars have more gravity without adding more mass, which would be a prerequisite for humans to live there.
There. That, right there, assumes facts not in evidence, a flaw in rhetoric so egregious that there was no reason to read further.
Please go ahead and post the factual basis you have to support that terrestrial life cannot survive in 3/8 G. While you're at it, tell us all what the cutoff is. 1/2 G? 2/3? 9/10? The world is *dying* to know. And dying to know *how* you know.