COMMENT [733]

This thing about going to mars to help know more about earth is strange because if they have to literally go to Mars to study and find out more about Mars, what makes anyone think that we will find out more about Earth from trips to Mars instead of on and within the earth itself?. This whole thing about how studying Mars as being good for Earth probably suggests that the two are related which is a perception that’s largely influenced by the belief of “Martians” and life just like what’s on Earth, also potentially being on mars.

Facts is in the house πŸ”₯🀘; bullshit “hype” is in the toilet πŸš«πŸ‘. I am not a bum bitch, I am not a tipsy junkie, I’m factually raw the natural way πŸ’―βš‘πŸ™ƒ

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  1. I know people who admit we are destroying this planet and believe those β€œworthy” will be evacuated to β€œsafety” to ensure our survival. Always remember, humans spread all over the galaxy so the can dance.

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    1. I don’t know who “they” mean by “we”, but “I” am certainly not destroying “earth” 🀣🀣

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      1. If you use electricity, a car, heating, air-conditioning, or any man-made produced items including clothes, you’re harming the earth. In order to produce these items the pump shit tons of poison into the air as part of the manufacturing process.

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        1. Nope, the earth already generates forces that are vastly stronger and more destructive than anything we think we are creating that is “harming” the earth πŸ‘πŸ˜‚

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          1. Carbon footprints, etc. Did you ever drive past a factory? One single factory smoke stack pours out enough poisonous shit to kill everything nearby. It poisons the people, the animals, the land, and the waters.

            If you think about Auschwitz II (Birkenau) they we’re working in at average capacity of 1,000 a day but could go up to 8,000 a day. At 1,000 a day it was raining ash along the countryside for almost a mile around. And it was ankle deep in the quarter mile surrounding the stack

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            1. “passing by” a factory is not the same as living by and factory that does not follow certain standards that those in highly populated areas do. As long we don’t do anything stupid, we would not be “poisoned” 🀣🀣.

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              1. Maybe not you personally, but people get poisoned all the time. Companies lie about their contamination rates, state that their tanks are safe when they’re cracked and their byproduct then contaminated the drinking water. And it wasn’t until about 25 years ago that they stopped allowing these same companies to stop pouring their byproduct directly into the ocean.

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                1. Just because something is “poisonous” or there is some smoke or there is fire this does not mean by any measure that it is destroying the earth solely because we can’t handle it πŸ˜‚. But I see and understand the point that you are making luv

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                  1. Before I continue, I am not saying that *I* believe that we’re going to Mars to escape pollution, that was a few people that I know and mostly roll my eyes at. They don’t want to try to do better, they see it as no big deal because they can escape or at least those they think are worthy will.
                    But, I want you to think of the waters around the Caribbean Islands, or the waters off of the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea. The crystal clear waters, so beautiful and blue.
                    Now think of the East Coast of the US and the waters that you’ve seen. They are grey, dull, smell funny and are just plain ugly. There is nothing inviting there. The waters off the Pacific Coast, or around the African coast make you want to dive in. There are beautiful lakes and streams all over the world that make you want to walk in them barefoot, but no one would be so stupid in the Hudson River. Pollution destroys natural resources. It’s what it does.

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                    1. No one at this time can escape any issue by going to Mars, that’s just going to add to their issues if anything hahaha.

                      I know the things you want me to think about have the potential to happen in those specific instances but that’s not the direction things are going in, thankfully πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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                    2. Well, maybe it’s just personal biases. I live in a less idyllic setting than you do and can see the ugliness that pollution causes.

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                    3. lol I understand that, no situation is perfect but I still don’t see any of that actually destroying the Earth or being the case of “climate change”

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                    4. Oh no… a climate change denier! Call in the Calvary, this one’s broken πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

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                    5. Oh look someone having another climate change “hallucination” 🀣😝😝

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                    6. Well, I guess we’re both delusional in our own ways then πŸ˜‰

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                    7. Hopefully I am delusional in thinking that you actually believe in climate changeπŸ˜‰πŸ€£

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                    8. I do. So you really believe it’s a myth?

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                    9. I don’t see how anything that’s given as an example of “climate change” thus far, equates to “human activity” causing it πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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                    10. πŸ˜˜πŸ’“πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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                    11. πŸ”₯🌹🀩

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  2. Very interesting, surely we should sort out our problems here on earth before going on Mars. What about focusing on homelessness than billionaries going to Mars??

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    1. Haha this is very true, all of these efforts and exploration and resources would definitely work wonders back here on Earth.

      Some insist that going to Mars actually translates into better initiatives and innovations for the planet but these often seem to be very general and vague notions πŸ˜‚

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      1. Yes. I am not sure of their motives.. Earth should come first, then on to explore new worlds..

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        1. Right the earth should be getting the vast amount of time and money and analysis, compared to any other planet. I too am not sure of their motives; none of us could be 100 percent sure since these entities are made up of many different people but it is the “priorities” that I think should be reevaluated lol

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          1. Absolutely.

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            1. Yes my friend πŸ’™πŸ€©πŸ™

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        2. Hey if you notice that I reply to your comments a few hours after they are sent, it’s because when a post is published around the time that this one was, it’s typically really early in the morning in my neck of the woods, so i’m usually either extremely sleepy or dead asleep after it’s posted hahaha

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          1. Haha, cool. πŸ™

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            1. yes being up at 1:00 AM sometimes is a struggle πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. But as soon as I see your comments I will respond and thank you so much for your comments πŸ‘πŸ’™πŸ˜„

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