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Manned mission to Mars: Are the risks of a manned mission to Mars tolerable?

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    The worst thing that could happen if we send a mission to Mars is that the people the mission are killed and that we would lose millions of dollars in supplies and equipment. The benefits whoever of expanding our borders and establishing a greater knowledge of the universe and giving humans a chance to better the earth by discovering new metals and materials that could improve life on this earth.

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  • The risks of a manned mission to Mars are not tolerable.

    Scientists predict that any attempt at a manned mission to Mars would kill all of the astronauts involved. No ethical space program would put its own people at such a risk. We should wait until there is safe technology to send people to Mars. Unfortunately, this might take a very long time.

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  • The human life is worth more than an exploration to Mars.

    The chances of a shuttle of humans going to and back from Mars are not good. We need to realize that and understand that it is wrong to risk other's lives just for knowledge. Maybe we can go to Mars in the future, when technology has advanced. But for now, the risks are NOT tolerable.


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dancesingkillerdebater says2014-05-01T19:51:47.417
I think that people should be able to go to mars as long as they know the risks that they are taking. If they didnt know the risks, then I would say no, but there are people willing to risk their lives for science. As long as they knew what was at stake, I would cheer them on.