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Mars 2023: Inhabitants Wanted

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Mars one is scheduled to leave on the year 2023.
Currently they are looking for people to take the trip.
You do not have to be an astronaut with special qualifications. Anyone can apply.
So far 80 thousand people have applied for the job to be one of the people to travel to Mars on the Mars One space mission to establish our very first human settlement outside Earth on another planet.

The applicants will be filtered down to a few where they will undergo their training for the project over a couple of years.
Their training will be under the public view, being broadcast on a reality TV show.
In the end the public will have a vote to see who they would like of the candidates to go on the trip. I'm not sure they were thinking straight when they though that leaving the final decision to the mob was a good idea.
I for one will be watching this very close.

By the way this is a one way ticket to Mars. There will be no return.


More info on this can be found on the below link.

www.guardian.co.uk/science/2013/may/08/mars-one-applications-mission

Also here is a link to the applicants so far.
applicants.mars-one.com/

I had a look through a good few and most of them made me laugh.
90% of them are like star wars fanatics and have the IQ of a rock.

If we leave the future of life and the human species in space down to these guys we are f**ked.

If any of you guys know of any better articles on this please feel free to post them here.



Ps.

I never put this in the tech or movies section as i'm asking would you give your life for this opportunity.
Feel free to comment on the project as a whole also.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:10:11
Strange.

The links bb code is typed properly thought its coming up like that without the slash.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:15:36
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Strange.

The links bb code is typed properly thought its coming up like that without the slash.


You've done a backslash, it should be a forward slash

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:16:21
Would I be willing to go to on a one way trip to Mars? Yes.

Would I be willing to take part in a shitty reality TV popularity contest? No.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:22:22
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Strange.

The links bb code is typed properly thought its coming up like that without the slash.


You've done a backslash, it should be a forward slash


Ffs. Stupid of me. Im on my phone atm and wasn't attention.

Thanks for ponting that out. I'll edit it now.
I also said yes but i have kids and chose the last option.
The tv show would be a huge turn off though.


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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:24:06
no but id sure like to take a look at uranus

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:24:08
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Would I be willing to go to on a one way trip to Mars? Yes.

Would I be willing to take part in a shitty reality TV popularity contest? No.


^^^This even though I'd probably suffer brain damage by the time I made it there. Of course how is the brain damage from participating in reality shows any better?

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:25:33
This will sound quite unadventurous, but I'm quite young. Hopefully have a fair few years ahead of me. I don't really want to go and waste it all with only a handful of people that I've not chosen to be around on a planet that has literally nothing but struggle waiting for me.

I respect anyone that does go but I wouldn't be surprised if it all ends tragically to tell the truth.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:28:37
Imagine they changed there mind half way and wanted to go home.



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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:30:53
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This will sound quite unadventurous, but I'm quite young. Hopefully have a fair few years ahead of me. I don't really want to go and waste it all with only a handful of people that I've not chosen to be around on a planet that has literally nothing but struggle waiting for me.

I respect anyone that does go but I wouldn't be surprised if it all ends tragically to tell the truth.


It will end tragically that's kinda the point of the OP but I still think it'd be something to do just cause why the hell not?

That said prolonged exposure to space will likely result in brain damage as we don't yet possess the technology to protect people from certain types of radiation. Depending on the length of the trip the passengers may suffer serious brain damage on the way there which could result in ANYTHING happening even some horrendous mass murder.

That's not counting other serious physical and psychological effects like blindness etc.

I'd go.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:33:51
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This will sound quite unadventurous, but I'm quite young. Hopefully have a fair few years ahead of me. I don't really want to go and waste it all with only a handful of people that I've not chosen to be around on a planet that has literally nothing but struggle waiting for me.

I respect anyone that does go but I wouldn't be surprised if it all ends tragically to tell the truth.


It will end tragically that's kinda the point of the OP but I still think it'd be something to do just cause why the hell not?


Living to 'old age' and/or carrying out a mission successfully isn't too tragic.

Dying the 2nd day there because someone went crazy and killed everyone/ pissed in the oxygen supply is more tragic.

I mean the latter.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:35:17
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This will sound quite unadventurous, but I'm quite young. Hopefully have a fair few years ahead of me. I don't really want to go and waste it all with only a handful of people that I've not chosen to be around on a planet that has literally nothing but struggle waiting for me.

I respect anyone that does go but I wouldn't be surprised if it all ends tragically to tell the truth.


It will end tragically that's kinda the point of the OP but I still think it'd be something to do just cause why the hell not?


True.
Also. If you made it your name wil be remembered for thousands of years being thought to school kids like Buzz Aldwin and Neil Armstrong.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:38:12
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This will sound quite unadventurous, but I'm quite young. Hopefully have a fair few years ahead of me. I don't really want to go and waste it all with only a handful of people that I've not chosen to be around on a planet that has literally nothing but struggle waiting for me.

I respect anyone that does go but I wouldn't be surprised if it all ends tragically to tell the truth.


It will end tragically that's kinda the point of the OP but I still think it'd be something to do just cause why the hell not?


True.
Also. If you made it your name wil be remembered for thousands of years being thought to school kids like Buzz Aldwin and Neil Armstrong.


TBH I think those that go will be looked at in horror and digsust of the lack of value we place on life.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:41:46
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This will sound quite unadventurous, but I'm quite young. Hopefully have a fair few years ahead of me. I don't really want to go and waste it all with only a handful of people that I've not chosen to be around on a planet that has literally nothing but struggle waiting for me.

I respect anyone that does go but I wouldn't be surprised if it all ends tragically to tell the truth.


It will end tragically that's kinda the point of the OP but I still think it'd be something to do just cause why the hell not?


True.
Also. If you made it your name wil be remembered for thousands of years being thought to school kids like Buzz Aldwin and Neil Armstrong.


TBH I think those that go will be looked at in horror and digsust of the lack of value we place on life.


Or in honour because of their sacrifices to further the human race in our understanding of the cosmos.



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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:44:55
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This will sound quite unadventurous, but I'm quite young. Hopefully have a fair few years ahead of me. I don't really want to go and waste it all with only a handful of people that I've not chosen to be around on a planet that has literally nothing but struggle waiting for me.

I respect anyone that does go but I wouldn't be surprised if it all ends tragically to tell the truth.


It will end tragically that's kinda the point of the OP but I still think it'd be something to do just cause why the hell not?


True.
Also. If you made it your name wil be remembered for thousands of years being thought to school kids like Buzz Aldwin and Neil Armstrong.


TBH I think those that go will be looked at in horror and digsust of the lack of value we place on life.


Or in honour because of their sacrifices to further the human race in our understanding of the cosmos.



I disagree, there's no merit to what they're doing, nothing to gain scientifically speaking unless you're talking about studying the effects that the exposure has on their bodies like cataloging when they go blind, brain damage etc. but even that has very little merit since we can't currently protect from that exposure and such a study wouldn't help us learn to in the future. It's more like a sick experiment that would have been carried out in a Nazi camp.

I say let the people who build the ship go if they want, otherwise they can shove off...

I'd still go though.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:47:42
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This will sound quite unadventurous, but I'm quite young. Hopefully have a fair few years ahead of me. I don't really want to go and waste it all with only a handful of people that I've not chosen to be around on a planet that has literally nothing but struggle waiting for me.

I respect anyone that does go but I wouldn't be surprised if it all ends tragically to tell the truth.


It will end tragically that's kinda the point of the OP but I still think it'd be something to do just cause why the hell not?


True.
Also. If you made it your name wil be remembered for thousands of years being thought to school kids like Buzz Aldwin and Neil Armstrong.


TBH I think those that go will be looked at in horror and digsust of the lack of value we place on life.


Or in honour because of their sacrifices to further the human race in our understanding of the cosmos.



I disagree, there's no merit to what they're doing, nothing to gain scientifically speaking unless you're talking about studying the effects that the exposure has on their bodies like cataloging when they go blind, brain damage etc. but even that has very little merit since we can't currently protect from that exposure and such a study wouldn't help us learn to in the future. It's more like a sick experiment that would have been carried out in a Nazi camp.

I say let the people who build the ship go if they want, otherwise they can shove off...

I'd still go though.


At least they have a reality show about it!

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:50:20
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This will sound quite unadventurous, but I'm quite young. Hopefully have a fair few years ahead of me. I don't really want to go and waste it all with only a handful of people that I've not chosen to be around on a planet that has literally nothing but struggle waiting for me.

I respect anyone that does go but I wouldn't be surprised if it all ends tragically to tell the truth.


It will end tragically that's kinda the point of the OP but I still think it'd be something to do just cause why the hell not?


True.
Also. If you made it your name wil be remembered for thousands of years being thought to school kids like Buzz Aldwin and Neil Armstrong.


TBH I think those that go will be looked at in horror and digsust of the lack of value we place on life.


Or in honour because of their sacrifices to further the human race in our understanding of the cosmos.



I disagree, there's no merit to what they're doing, nothing to gain scientifically speaking unless you're talking about studying the effects that the exposure has on their bodies like cataloging when they go blind, brain damage etc. but even that has very little merit since we can't currently protect from that exposure and such a study wouldn't help us learn to in the future. It's more like a sick experiment that would have been carried out in a Nazi camp.

I say let the people who build the ship go if they want, otherwise they can shove off...

I'd still go though.


At least they have a reality show about it!


It's just a shame that it's beating out shows The Running Man or throwing criminals on an island with weapons and having them fight for their lives. That'd be more exciting IMO, could even revive Roman Colosseum style fights.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:52:10
But the people have to apply themselves. No one is forcing them to go.
Humans will speed up the learning prosess of Mars triple that of robots.



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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:53:32
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But the people have to apply themselves. No one is forcing them to go.
Humans will speed up the learning prosess of Mars triple that of robots.



True, mental people can tell us more about dirt than robots. It's...it's really dirt! *eats it*

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:54:26
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This will sound quite unadventurous, but I'm quite young. Hopefully have a fair few years ahead of me. I don't really want to go and waste it all with only a handful of people that I've not chosen to be around on a planet that has literally nothing but struggle waiting for me.

I respect anyone that does go but I wouldn't be surprised if it all ends tragically to tell the truth.


It will end tragically that's kinda the point of the OP but I still think it'd be something to do just cause why the hell not?


True.
Also. If you made it your name wil be remembered for thousands of years being thought to school kids like Buzz Aldwin and Neil Armstrong.


TBH I think those that go will be looked at in horror and digsust of the lack of value we place on life.


Or in honour because of their sacrifices to further the human race in our understanding of the cosmos.



I disagree, there's no merit to what they're doing, nothing to gain scientifically speaking unless you're talking about studying the effects that the exposure has on their bodies like cataloging when they go blind, brain damage etc. but even that has very little merit since we can't currently protect from that exposure and such a study wouldn't help us learn to in the future. It's more like a sick experiment that would have been carried out in a Nazi camp.

I say let the people who build the ship go if they want, otherwise they can shove off...

I'd still go though.


At least they have a reality show about it!


Let the sweet fresh breezes heal me
As they rove around the girth
Of our lovely mother planet
Of the cool, green hills of Earth.

We rot in the moulds of Venus,
We retch at her tainted breath.
Foul are her flooded jungles,
Crawling with unclean death.

[ --- the harsh bright soil of Luna ---
--- Saturn's rainbow rings ---
--- the frozen night of Titan --- ]

We've tried each spinning space mote
And reckoned its true worth:
Take us back again to the homes of men
On the cool, green hills of Earth.

The arching sky is calling
Spacemen back to their trade.
ALL HANDS! STAND BY! FREE FALLING!
And the lights below us fade.

Out ride the sons of Terra,
Far drives the thundering jet,
Up leaps a race of Earthmen,
Out, far, and onward yet ---


We pray for one last landing
On the globe that gave us birth;
Let us rest our eyes on the friendly skies
And the cool, green hills of Earth.

-- Robert A Heinlein




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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:56:21
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But the people have to apply themselves. No one is forcing them to go.
Humans will speed up the learning prosess of Mars triple that of robots.



Speaking of which, you know how much we could also learn about medical science if we start offing people? This is a genius idea, why has no one thought of it...oh wait...

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 12:58:39
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRAG16mrkxA

PS:

TANSTAAFL!

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 13:04:18
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But the people have to apply themselves. No one is forcing them to go.
Humans will speed up the learning prosess of Mars triple that of robots.



Speaking of which, you know how much we could also learn about medical science if we start offing people? This is a genius idea, why has no one thought of it...oh wait...



But if there was no sacrifices would we know as much about our body as we know now.
The offer is there for the public to choose if they would like to go or not.
In the end its their desicions on applying or not.
Its better that being sent to die fighting in wars for stupid greed and other petty reasons.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 13:09:23
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I disagree, there's no merit to what they're doing, nothing to gain scientifically speaking unless you're talking about studying the effects that the exposure has on their bodies like cataloging when they go blind, brain damage etc.


Not at all, the trip and establishment of a base *is* the study. It's about space exploration, and studying how to build a successful, long-term space colony.

The issues with cosmic radiation will have to be dealt with before the thing can even take place though.

Someone's got to go first, if the human race is to ever get off this crappy little rock.





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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 13:11:08
Exactly.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 13:16:09
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I disagree, there's no merit to what they're doing, nothing to gain scientifically speaking unless you're talking about studying the effects that the exposure has on their bodies like cataloging when they go blind, brain damage etc.


Not at all, the trip and establishment of a base *is* the study. It's about space exploration, and studying how to build a successful, long-term space colony.

The issues with cosmic radiation will have to be dealt with before the thing can even take place though.

Someone's got to go first, if the human race is to ever get off this crappy little rock.





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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 13:35:26
I'm sure people like Shir Ishii, John Cutler, and Josef Mengele would approve.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 13:51:37
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I'm sure people like Shir Ishii, John Cutler, and Josef Mengele would approve.


Should have done it ages ago, but I call Godwin.



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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 13:55:11
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I'm sure people like Shir Ishii, John Cutler, and Josef Mengele would approve.


Should have done it ages ago, but I call Godwin.



I disagree since he wasn't the primary focus or even the first name listed, in fact he was listed last for the reason of being least relevant due to the questionable nature of there being any actual scientific research. That said I'll call it on you. Party affiliation in this instance was irrelevant.

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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 13:58:50
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I'm sure people like Shir Ishii, John Cutler, and Josef Mengele would approve.


Should have done it ages ago, but I call Godwin.



I disagree since he wasn't the primary focus or even the first name listed


It is, however the second time you've resorted to equating it with the nazis, so I'll actually call Godwin².


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Posted on Fri Jul 05, 2013 14:17:40
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I'm sure people like Shir Ishii, John Cutler, and Josef Mengele would approve.


Should have done it ages ago, but I call Godwin.



I disagree since he wasn't the primary focus or even the first name listed


It is, however the second time you've resorted to equating it with the nazis, so I'll actually call Godwin².


In this case the shoe fits though, the topic is right there, we're talking sacrificing human life for minor scientific advancements at best and a perverse sense of human curiosity at worst.

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