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  • We can be Fortnite in real life!

    In Fortnite, there is a low gravity crystals in asteroids, and since Fortnite created low gravity and asteroids , I want to be a Fortnite guy in real life! As we all know, although PUBG invented guns, Fortnite upgraded them and made them better, so PUBG<Fortnite, hopefully they will bring spacemen to real life, but not copy Fortnite!

  • It's in our nature to explore.

    To paraphrase Wernher Von Braun, it's in our nature as humans to explore, and when you take that away you take away what it means to be human. In terms of the "Let's not go to space, let's focus on the problems here first" argument, I think it's a load of horseshit because, for one thing, we won't EVER completely fix the problem here on Earth first, second, NASA barely gets any government funding, third we can alleviate the issues on Earth such as poverty and overpopulation, by going into space, fourth, new technologies made for space have also been used here on Earth, because of outer space we have the internet, we have insulation, etc.

  • We need to go to space

    We can see cool aliens i like space you should too oceans are not good no cool aliens i like watching rockets why we not go to space people in charge we need space aliens are so cool please please please go to space
    people i like aliens very much

  • Why are we spending loads of money on space exploration when we have so many problems right here on Earth.

    The planet is dying, half the world is living in poverty... No wonder we are looking for another planet to inhabit. We are killing this one! We should try to help this planet before abandoning it. But the sad fact of life is that it is probably too late for Earth.

  • Why are we spending loads of money on space exploration when we have so many problems right here on Earth.

    The planet is dying, half the world is living in poverty... No wonder we are looking for another planet to inhabit. We are killing this one! We should try to help this planet before abandoning it. But the sad fact of life is that it is probably too late for Earth.

  • Why are we spending loads of money on space exploration when we have so many problems right here on Earth.

    The planet is dying, half the world is living in poverty... No wonder we are looking for another planet to inhabit. We are killing this one! We should try to help this planet before abandoning it. But the sad fact of life is that it is probably too late for Earth.

  • Why are we spending loads of money on space exploration when we have so many problems right here on Earth.

    The planet is dying, half the world is living in poverty... No wonder we are looking for another planet to inhabit. We are killing this one! We should try to help this planet before abandoning it. But the sad fact of life is that it is probably too late for Earth.

  • Why are we spending loads of money on space exploration when we have so many problems right here on Earth.

    The planet is dying, half the world is living in poverty... No wonder we are looking for another planet to inhabit. We are killing this one! We should try to help this planet before abandoning it. But the sad fact of life is that it is probably too late for Earth.

  • Space is much more intersting then the ocean..

    Many technologies that we have today are a direct result of research done for space explorations. One such example is that computers needed to be smaller and lightweight for the Apollo missions; this led to the development of the microprocessor, which is the basis of modern computing. NASA research into lightweight, cost-effective, easily-produced and efficient materials not only contribute to their efforts in space, but also to life down on Earth, and that's one reason why space exploration is important.
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  • Yes, we should explore space!

    We can find so many possibilities in space, NASA has found 6 planets that have water on them. That's incredible! Also we don't even know how much of space we have explored. We know that we have only explored 5% of the sea but, not space. We have no clue what's out there. That's why I think we should explore space

  • Why are we spending loads of money on space exploration when we have so many problems right here on Earth.

    The planet is dying, half the world is living in poverty... No wonder we are looking for another planet to inhabit. We are killing this one! We should try to help this planet before abandoning it. But the sad fact of life is that it is probably too late for Earth.

  • Dont support space

    Maybe we're all in love with the idea rather than the reality National Geographic has estimated less than 5 precent of Earth's oceans have been explored. The potential for new life forms, valuable resources, and alternate energy sources are VERY much so a possibility considering we have no idea what the other 95 precent consists of. Yes, it is true that NASA only receives .5% of tax dollars but ocean exploration receives even LESS than that. Plus it costs $10,000 to send a pound of material into outer space which is the reason for why it is so expensive. With ocean exploration we can uncover so much more for less and unlike space exploration, if we resources we have a better chance at retrieving it (considering its here on Earth on not lightyears away). And to top it all off ocean exploration can uncover YEARS of human history which is something space exploration will never be able to do.

    So even if pop culture praises space exploration over ocean exploration that doesn't make space better than Earth's oceans. It's time to hand funding off to exploring our oceans, and with the discoveries we make here on Earth maybe people will appreciate our home planet more and actually care that we're trashing it rather than making plans to run off to another planet.

    I may sound like an environmental nut case and honestly I'm not but it is true that we as a human race need to learn how to take care of our home first before we go to others.

    I think that space exploration is exciting and thrilling but in all honesty I believe in Star Wars and Star Trek is tainting my views. Imagine what ocean exploration would be like if there were franchises to grow up with (such as Star Wars) rather than a crappy 2000 leagues under the sea movie or The Little Mermaid.

  • Why should we explore space?

    Their is no fucking point because it is not really needed. Why? It is a waste of money and is freaking useless! Stop the exploring right now and we can use the money to help people looked refugees, traffic and many other major problems we are facing right now. Please

  • Ocean exploration is less expensive and offers (possibly) more

    National Geographic has estimated less than 5 precent of Earth's oceans have been explored. The potential for new life forms, valuable resources, and alternate energy sources are VERY much so a possibility considering we have no idea what the other 95 precent consists of. Yes, it is true that NASA only receives .5% of tax dollars but ocean exploration receives even LESS than that. Plus it costs $10,000 to send a pound of material into outer space which is the reason for why it is so expensive. With ocean exploration we can uncover so much more for less and unlike space exploration, if we resources we have a better chance at retrieving it (considering its here on Earth on not lightyears away). And to top it all off ocean exploration can uncover YEARS of human history which is something space exploration will never be able to do.

    So even if pop culture praises space exploration over ocean exploration that doesn't make space better than Earth's oceans. It's time to hand funding off to exploring our oceans, and with the discoveries we make here on Earth maybe people will appreciate our home planet more and actually care that we're trashing it rather than making plans to run off to another planet.

    I may sound like an environmental nut case and honestly I'm not but it is true that we as a human race need to learn how to take care of our home first before we go to others.

    I think that space exploration is exciting and thrilling but in all honesty I believe in Star Wars and Star Trek is tainting my views. Imagine what ocean exploration would be like if there were franchises to grow up with (such as Star Wars) rather than a crappy 2000 leagues under the sea movie or The Little Mermaid.

  • Maybe we're all in love with the idea rather than the reality

    National Geographic has estimated less than 5 precent of Earth's oceans have been explored. The potential for new life forms, valuable resources, and alternate energy sources are VERY much so a possibility considering we have no idea what the other 95 precent consists of. Yes, it is true that NASA only receives .5% of tax dollars but ocean exploration receives even LESS than that. Plus it costs $10,000 to send a pound of material into outer space which is the reason for why it is so expensive. With ocean exploration we can uncover so much more for less and unlike space exploration, if we resources we have a better chance at retrieving it (considering its here on Earth on not lightyears away). And to top it all off ocean exploration can uncover YEARS of human history which is something space exploration will never be able to do.

    So even if pop culture praises space exploration over ocean exploration that doesn't make space better than Earth's oceans. It's time to hand funding off to exploring our oceans, and with the discoveries we make here on Earth maybe people will appreciate our home planet more and actually care that we're trashing it rather than making plans to run off to another planet.

    I may sound like an environmental nut case and honestly I'm not but it is true that we as a human race need to learn how to take care of our home first before we go to others.

    I think that space exploration is exciting and thrilling but in all honesty I believe in Star Wars and Star Trek is tainting my views. Imagine what ocean exploration would be like if there were franchises to grow up with (such as Star Wars) rather than a crappy 2000 leagues under the sea movie or The Little Mermaid.

  • No, we should not explore space.

    While space exploration was an important thing in the past, and some NASA experiments have led to technology breakthroughs, there are also negatives that we don't focus on a lot. One of those is space debris, which is creating a bit of a garbage dump in space. A second is the high financial cost of maintaining a space program. Another thing we don't focus on is fatalities that have resulted from our race to space, such as with the Challenger and Columbia. Space exploration is of interest to us as a community, but we also need to weigh our fascination with it against its costs.


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