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Should the government stop sending people into space?

  • Not in government interest:

    The space industry should controlled by private companies such as Spacex or Virgin Galactic. The government has no interest in sending men into space because it is costly and time consuming. Private companies are learning better, faster, and cheaper ways to send men into space and they don't have to go through all the hoops that government officials have .

  • The watermelon man....

    Omg robert! Wat john? The watermelon i has last night was soon juicy! Who's sick dude! You know the best place to get watermelons is safeway because they come in all shapes and sizes.. And they're soon juicy! Ratchet bro! K i gtg man see you in yoga class! Yeet

  • Dude that watermelon was so juicy

    Omg robert! What john? I had a watermelon last night and it was soon juicy!!! Whoa sick dude, you know the watermelons from safeway are pretty ratchet bro, they come in all shapes and sizes. Heheheheheheh hehe hehehe hehehehe hehehehe hehehe hehehe hehehe hehehe hehehe hehehe heheheh heheheh ehghhehe heheh

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  • Yes, the government should stop sending people into space.

    Yes, the government should stop funding space missions. The money would be better used to pay teachers, create jobs, and conduct reseach on life-threatening illnesses. Sending people into space is a huge waste of resources. The studies conducted in space have little to no impact on the daily lives of humans in the United States.

  • Yes, without humans inside, spaceships would be more efficient



    People can die in space. If they do not, they require
    complicated life support gear to maintain them in as earth-like an environment
    as possible. These human requirements make spacecraft larger and heavier than
    they would otherwise be. All of this is expensive, and so the costs of sending
    humans to space force space exploration to move more slowly than it otherwise
    would, and stay closer to home. Sending animals or robots to space is less
    exciting, but far more efficient.


  • Yes: The Government Should Stop Sending People Into Space

    While there are certainly idealists and would be space explorers out there, and while there are experiments which are conducted in space that can help us understand the workings of the planet, the context in which space exploration is being conducted makes such efforts a waste of resources. In a world of conflict and competition, space is shaping up to be another battleground. We need to fix ourselves before we spend more time and money building rockets and space vehicles.

  • Send people to space

    We need people to explore what happens in space. And humans are better at the job than a space probe would be, and they have better petrspective of what is happening in space.. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

  • Potatos are cool

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  • Because dats bad

    The space stuff is awesome and I think THAT potato is worthy to go to space. Trust the potatoes. Grilled cheese is also a worthy space opportunity to eat good snacks. My very own can has seen space on our new ifone 8. I like to wear cheetah on my steak

  • Should continue space exploration

    Should be able to let humans explore space and discover more about the place we live in. Ñ ð ò ó ô õ £ ¢ ¹ à » ë ù ï ø ù  œ ž ù § ä ö ë ï ü þ ý ÿ ¤ ¥ ° ♥ 

  • Nope people should not be sent to space

    I really don't think humans should be sent to space......
    It is far too risky and scary
    also the money used to do so is should not be used as that money should be used for the development of a better world like giving poor children education and so on......

  • No no no

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  • No, we need to send more poeple into space

    While we do have problems on Earth, like wars, global warming, and many more, these are EXACTLY why we need to explore space. If our planet is destroyed, (and its inevitable,) we need a new place to live. Finding life beyond our world would also be a major break through not only for ourselves but them as well. If it were more advanced then us, it would benefit our technology and could lead to clean, renewable energy.

  • Yes we should

    If we don't send people into space we could never find alien lifefoums on diffrent palntets. D d d d dd dd d d a a a a a a a a a a aaaaaaaaaaa a a a a a a a aa a a aa a a a a

  • We die if we dont

    With better healthcare and medicine humanity is getting larger. Soon we will start over-populating and to put it simply, this place ain't big enough for the two of us. Humanity is also creating more powerful nuclear weapons and nanobots are not far away. Bottom line it would be more convenient if when earth erupts into nuclear war (not saying its inevitable just saying its possible!) it would be more convenient to have a self sustaining colony on mars. Bottom line is humans in space= survival of humanity.

  • No, without humans we would have no more advances

    If we stopped sending people into space we would not be able to learn about the universe we live in. As big as earth is, there is even more to see out in space. Regardless of how expensive it is it becomes worth it when we learn new things that change the ways in which we lead our lives here on earth today, and for the future.


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