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Posted 11/16/08 , edited 11/21/08
It will be very soon! That the earth is going to be destroyed maybe 4.000.000.000 years.
But before that we need super technology to go to a other planet.
The moon is a great place xD A little small but cool!
I hope I will live on the moon soon!

Do you want to live on the moon?
What do you think of the moon?
Or do you want to live on an other planet?

Even if the earth is destroyed.. the other planets will also dissapear because there are opinions
1 universe is going to expand without limit
2 universe is going to expand and the planets are going to expand and will eventually vanish
3 universe is forever but will stop expanding
4 multiverse is even bigger than the universe which cannot be seen

There is chance the Universe will also dissapear.

why do I choose the moon? Because I like the moonlight
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32 / F / Denver
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Posted 11/16/08
I would be afraid to travel to space! It's almost impossible just to get me on an airplane.
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Posted 11/16/08
first we would need to colonize on the moon.
and need air, and heat [and possibly light] to actually survive.

but I wouldn't want to live on the moon.
it would be too boring.
Unless there were places or buildings there that weren't any where on earth.
or if it were turned into some huge awesome country.
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xD Well....I /think/ you will be dead by the 4 billion year mark. but Hey maybe they will have good enough technology by the time you are older that they will have found the fountain of youth and they can keep you alive so you can live on /mars/ The moon doesn't have enough gravity. Mars, however, is the most likely to be used for colonization.
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Posted 11/17/08
I think this can't be. Moon is beautiful, but only when u look from earth, the other planets also.
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22 / M / In The Abyss
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I would want to live on the moon but in 4 billion years the population of Earth could cover the moon 5,000 times over so I'd rather go to someplace like Jupiter, everyone would be short, there would be a huge storm everyday, and you must have the legs of an elephant to walk, it'd be the funniest thing ever to live there.
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1. When the earth becomes unintabitable at that point, the moon will be, too.
2. Even if the moon were inhabitable, there would be a plethora of concerns about suiting humanity's precise specifications. One of these concerns would be its inadequate size.
3. Even if these concerns did not exist, it's 4 billion years away, as noted above. I sincerely doubt anyone here will be alive at that time.
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The moon will be gone as well since it orbits around the earth.
The other planets also since they, in balance with the earth, orbit around the sun.


And at that time, everyone will realize the afterlife is real.
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Posted 11/17/08

Real_ZERO wrote:

The moon will be gone as well since it orbits around the earth.
The other planets also since they, in balance with the earth, orbit around the sun.


And at that time, everyone will realize the afterlife is real.


1. The earth at that time will become uninhabitable, but other planets may be inhabitable for a while after that. It's only a temporary solution, of course. After that, we will have to move to another galaxy or die. Maybe both.
2. Your final comment is not objectively defensible since belief in the afterlife is subjective, and no one as of yet has provided objective proof for or against it.
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There are some inconveniences with your dream about colonizing the moon. Many that are a bit difficult yet not impossible.

For instance there is the technology needed to get there. I know we are close yet it is so expensive and not precisely safe. Another thing about that is that there is no saying about how much we could carry over to the moon.

Second we have space dust, and many micro-bodies in space that would easily kill you. Gravity is a big problem, but not something we can't overcome. Our bodies can't stand the lack of gravity and pressure of the space. Meaning we will lose our muscles in space, not to say the moon.

Without a medium, that is secure to protect our bodies radiation would instantly kill us. Then again, who would go to the moon when it would take hundreds of millions of dollars to simply get there in a future. The only purpose to colonize our moon could be to explore space and for scientific matters.

It's inconvenient, but many bodies travel to space, most invisible to our eyes yet lethal to our bodies. How can we get oxygen there? Well enough as to live in there for a good amount of time, many people I mean? It would take much fuel that it would simply be a waste.
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madlibbs wrote:


Real_ZERO wrote:

The moon will be gone as well since it orbits around the earth.
The other planets also since they, in balance with the earth, orbit around the sun.


And at that time, everyone will realize the afterlife is real.


1. The earth at that time will become uninhabitable, but other planets may be inhabitable for a while after that. It's only a temporary solution, of course. After that, we will have to move to another galaxy or die. Maybe both.
2. Your final comment is not objectively defensible since belief in the afterlife is subjective, and no one as of yet has provided objective proof for or against it.


1-Well, Isn't the earth is a part of the solar system,
What will happen to a system if one of its part is down?!


2- It's proven in Quran.

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32 / M / The Kingdom
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Posted 11/17/08
I want to go to Mars!
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Real_ZERO wrote:


madlibbs wrote:


Real_ZERO wrote:

The moon will be gone as well since it orbits around the earth.
The other planets also since they, in balance with the earth, orbit around the sun.


And at that time, everyone will realize the afterlife is real.


1. The earth at that time will become uninhabitable, but other planets may be inhabitable for a while after that. It's only a temporary solution, of course. After that, we will have to move to another galaxy or die. Maybe both.
2. Your final comment is not objectively defensible since belief in the afterlife is subjective, and no one as of yet has provided objective proof for or against it.


1-Well, Isn't the earth is a part of the solar system,
What will happen to a system if one of its part is down?!


2- It's proven in Quran.



1. Assuming that this is how the world ends, before the sun dies, it will cause the planets closest to it, and then expanding outwards, to become uninhabitable for humans. When the earth becomes uninhabitable, we may be able to move to another planet farther away from the sun. This is all theoretical, of course, there is really no knowing if we could even create a civilization of humans on another planet. Even if we could, it's only a temporary fix, since we would have to keep planet-hopping and eventually move to another galaxy, if that's even possible. The earth, meanwhile, will still exist, it will just be unsuitable for human life because of the sun's increasing heat. Same goes for the moon.

2. That is still not objective proof, because belief in the Quran is subjective.
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26 / M / New York City, NY
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Posted 11/17/08
The Moon sucks. Where's the oxygen/appropriate gravity?
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M / In Memphis, with...
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I want to add there is currently not a single planet who would be considered "safe" for any kind of known life to exist, or inhabit. Even if there is a possibility, our galaxy and most precise our solar system is symmetrical orbit-wise in relation to the planets within it. Most galaxies in space, and all galaxies in our neighborhood are not spiral, which means they revolve in chaos.

Yes, there is Andromeda, which is actually spiral, but it is also coming our way, and not even a single planet of star in her is suitable for us, they are deadly to say it in a simple way. There are also millions of bodies on space that will easily kill us. Like black holes, meteorites, asteroids, comets, but most important, radiation.

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