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Important: Why Now and Why Mars?

Dalale

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By Abbey Mikha

In his many books, Zecharia Sitchin stated that there was a planet called Nibiru which translates into, “Planet of the crossing” where beings called the Anunnaki traveled from thousands of years ago. They built some of the most ancient cities located in modern-day Iraq that produced some marvelous civilizations.

It seems there has been talk for quite some time in regards to colonizing Mars. I read all of Zecharia’s books and he mentioned safe space travel most of the time by the Anunnaki who were astronauts and who had a system whereby they traveled throughout the universe from planet to planet sometimes stopping on Mars before continuing their route to other planets.

I believe space travel is a really interesting concept but I also believe it must be done in such a way as to ensure the safety of the passengers on the rocket.

Does it make sense that the world loses some of its most brilliant minds just because there are a group of scientists who have the desire to send people into space?

Mars has a harsh environment. Although NASA’S Ingenuity helicopter was able to safely fly on Mars today does that mean that human beings could survive there, build a shelter, or even have the chance to be happy on Mars? Or, is that not part of what we call the human rights of potential space travelers?

According to the NASA Knows Series, “Mars is named for the ancient Roman god of war. The Greeks called the planet Ares (pronounced Air-EEZ). The Romans and Greeks associated the planet with war because its color resembles the color of blood.”

The NASA Knows Series also states, “Mars is very cold. The average temperature on Mars is minus 80 degrees Fahrenheit — way below freezing! Its surface is rocky, with canyons, volcanoes, dry lake beds, and craters all over it. Red dust covers most of its surface. Mars has clouds and wind just like Earth. Sometimes the wind blows the red dust into a dust storm. Tiny dust storms can look like tornados, and large ones can be seen from Earth. Mars’ large storms sometimes cover the entire planet.”

It is very honorable of human beings who are willing to travel to Mars to try to achieve something remarkable for humankind. Or perhaps to do something as simple as making their family proud. Or, also to be on the list of the most amazing human beings with the greatest minds and hearts who are sacrificing themselves for humanity.

But what does it say about us here on earth when we send human beings in this kind of a harsh environment as an experiment?
Of course, we want to make life multi-planetary. Of course, we want to try to find a home other than the earth in case the earth is unable to sustain us in the future.

I believe that eventually, we will be traveling in space just like our ancestors the Anunnaki, but this should be done with the most consideration and respect for the individuals taking the trip.

If you are a scientist and you want to explore the universe get on that rocket and try to make a home for yourself on Mars.

Don’t use brilliant innocent people whose hearts are in the right place or perhaps are stuck in a situation in which they are unable to back out.

I believe in space travel. I believe that ancient astronauts traveled in space and brought civilization to the earth.

I also believe though that there should be a greater chance of being able to survive on Mars than the unfortunate situation in which the chance of death is probably greater.

Human beings should treat each other with kindness and consideration. We are all brothers and sisters. No one is greater in the eyes of God.
 

Cascade

Active member
I agree and very well said.

We need to use all that money to make life more sustainable on earth itself. I don't know why the waste money on different planets. Mars won't really do us good. We are not supposed to live in it. It's unliveable and harsh. In fact, every planet and moon in our solar system is. Can't believe that scientists themselves cannot grasp the idea of this. They should stop watching too many sci-fi movies...
 

Dalale

Member
I agree and very well said.

We need to use all that money to make life more sustainable on earth itself. I don't know why the waste money on different planets. Mars won't really do us good. We are not supposed to live in it. It's unliveable and harsh. In fact, every planet and moon in our solar system is. Can't believe that scientists themselves cannot grasp the idea of this. They should stop watching too many sci-fi movies...

I agree with you Cascade. I feel really bad for the people they want to send up there. What kind of life will they have? I believe it will be a miserable one. What kind of scientists send human beings into space knowing very well that most probably it's an extremely dangerous mission. What are they trying to prove?

I have read all of Zecharia Sitchin's books about the Anunnaki and I believe they were very technologically advanced beings. Perhaps one day we will become as advanced as them. It has been said that throughout human history human beings were given knowledge suddenly that helped to build civilization. We might to this day need the knowledge of the Anunnaki but maybe they are not willing to give it to us yet for some reason.

Perhaps we are stuck on earth which seems to be a planet for a species in exile from the rest of the universes.
 
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