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#216 - snakefire
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(01/20/2013) [-]
In the next 200 years I guarantee we will have at least ONE human colony on mars
I bet in 500 we will have it completely tera-formed
User avatar #222 to #216 - sippay
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(01/20/2013) [-]
Mars does not have enough atmosphere or water to support life.
Mars does not have a strong enough gravitational field to hold enough air or water on the surface. they will just evaporate away. It is impossible to transfer that much water on mars. even in thousands of years.
#246 to #222 - washingxmachines
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(01/20/2013) [-]
LET US DREAM
LET US DREAM
User avatar #231 to #222 - awakendhybrid
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(01/20/2013) [-]
Maybe under the surface of Mars?
User avatar #219 to #216 - inflamess
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(01/20/2013) [-]
I watched a documentary on that possiblity of life on Mars, and Mars is too light a planet to hold an atmosphere; it was slowly drift further and further apart from mars and would dissipate slowly. It would take constant teraforming to prevent this **** right here.
User avatar #221 to #219 - snakefire
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(01/20/2013) [-]
unless we figure out a way. you cant limit possibilities to our current knowlege
#225 to #221 - anon id: e48a89c0
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(01/20/2013) [-]
In that case, poodles will be the dominant life-form of Titan within the next 50 years.
#227 to #225 - snakefire
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(01/20/2013) [-]
If we really wanted it to happen I'm sure we would EVENTUALLY figure out a way.