Mars One - Anyone Applied?
2014-01-04, 02:01 AM,
#1
I just stumbled upon an article about the Mars One expedition.
For me it actually sounds pretty cool:

Quote:Mars One will establish a permanent human settlement on Mars. Crews of four will depart every two years, starting in 2024. Our first unmanned mission will be launched in 2018. Participate in this mission to Mars through our crowdfunding campaign.
(You can read more at: http://www.mars-one.com )

Even though I think that I can't spend the rest of my lifetime on Mars.
They also have to gather a good amount of money because it is very expensive. (The cost of putting the first four people on Mars is at arround six billion US$)

But maybe some of you have the will to live on there.

What interests me is if anyone has applied for Mars One.
It would be cool if you leave a comment about your thoughts too. :)
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2014-01-04, 02:53 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-01-04, 02:53 AM by Phlong.)
#2
I've actually never heard of this one although I'm pretty interested in the universe and the world of space shuttles. Really interesting - I would love to live on Mars after I succeed IM.
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2014-01-04, 02:57 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-01-04, 03:03 AM by Seen.)
#3
Nope. My life is too valuable to be used in an experiment like this.

*PS, the trip is only for the master race. I think the minimum height is like 5ft11, and you've got to have perfect health, no history of diseases, and there's so much testing they do that it's very unlikely that one would be able to go.
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2014-01-04, 04:10 AM,
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Before jumping into any decision you should consider about the radiation, it is a given that those 4 people who will be selected will actually suffer a slow and awful death within their first 10 years of life after attending this expedition.

They are not being kind saying they will select 4 lucky people, its trully about picking 4 random morons lol..
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2014-01-04, 04:42 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-01-04, 04:52 AM by ascarto.)
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(2014-01-04, 02:57 AM)Seen Wrote: Nope. My life is too valuable to be used in an experiment like this.

*PS, the trip is only for the master race. I think the minimum height is like 5ft11, and you've got to have perfect health, no history of diseases, and there's so much testing they do that it's very unlikely that one would be able to go.

You are right. I just would love to see the earth one time from space like this:
[Image: 40494e4ed00b023b32503ef7982b5f95.jpg]

But I'm afraid to get lost up there.

I think the training would be a huge physical stress too for some people.

(2014-01-04, 04:10 AM)Brokep Wrote: Before jumping into any decision you should consider about the radiation, it is a given that those 4 people who will be selected will actually suffer a slow and awful death within their first 10 years of life after attending this expedition.

They are not being kind saying they will select 4 lucky people, its trully about picking 4 random morons lol..

I'm pretty sure some of them would kill to attend this expedition but I hope at least most of the people have thought about it more than ones before they even concidered to send in their application.
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2014-01-04, 04:55 AM,
#6
(2014-01-04, 04:42 AM)ascarto Wrote:
(2014-01-04, 02:57 AM)Seen Wrote: Nope. My life is too valuable to be used in an experiment like this.

*PS, the trip is only for the master race. I think the minimum height is like 5ft11, and you've got to have perfect health, no history of diseases, and there's so much testing they do that it's very unlikely that one would be able to go.

You are right. I just would love to see the earth one time from space like this:
[img]/736x/40/49/4e/40494e4ed00b023b32503ef7982b5f95.jpg[/img]

But I'm afraid to get lost up there.

I think the training would be a huge physical stress too for some people.

The view would definitely be incredible. If we can fork out $250K, then we can visit space, not as far as the moon though.

http://www.virgingalactic.com/
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2014-01-04, 05:02 AM,
#7
(2014-01-04, 04:55 AM)Seen Wrote:
(2014-01-04, 04:42 AM)ascarto Wrote:
(2014-01-04, 02:57 AM)Seen Wrote: Nope. My life is too valuable to be used in an experiment like this.

*PS, the trip is only for the master race. I think the minimum height is like 5ft11, and you've got to have perfect health, no history of diseases, and there's so much testing they do that it's very unlikely that one would be able to go.

You are right. I just would love to see the earth one time from space like this:
[img]/736x/40/49/4e/40494e4ed00b023b32503ef7982b5f95.jpg[/img]

But I'm afraid to get lost up there.

I think the training would be a huge physical stress too for some people.

The view would definitely be incredible. If we can fork out $250K, then we can visit space, not as far as the moon though.

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The worst thing would be if you book one of those trips and when the weather is cloudy in the most interesting areas of the earth on that day.
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