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HELL on EARTH

 
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09/23/2012 02:42 AM
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HELL on EARTH
So, I have been sitting outside, on the balcony of my new residence, each and every night watching our world come alive with the sun(I now work nights, and get home very late).

Besides the ducks flying in each sunrise, which is always a pleasant surprise, there has been another constant...Venus.

It has been the only object I know for certain I will encounter when I venture outside to view the night sky in recent days.
Any way, it had me thinking...why are we spending all our resources scouting Mars when there is so much more we need to learn from our sister planet? They don't call her our twin for no reason, she is very similar to the planet we call home. Venus is about the same size(slightly smaller), has an atmosphere, as well as an iron core. Like I stated, very similar.

Granted her main problem with supporting life at the moment is quite possibly that atmosphere of hers, its a bitch. -more on that later...

But how did it get to that point??? Research has shown, Venus once had great expanses of water on it's surface, much like we enjoy now. All this water could(quite possibly) be the reason for its demise.
Four or five billion years ago(yeah I dont know exactly), the Sun was dimmer, and as a result, Venus was cooler. The sun has been heating up for billions of years, ever since its inception, in fact. It continues this march to death, as I write this.
Venus somehow reached a no-return point, stuck in a fast death spin cycle, if you will. The planets water quickly evaporated. All that water vapor, in turn, heated up the atmosphere, which created more evaporation until ...BAM, no more water and its like 900 degrees outside...The atmosphere went suddenly from something much like ours(rich in O2), to that of a thick, hot, not so life friendly, CO2 rich state. We need to know exactly why, and we need to know NOW!
Why you might ask?? Well, as we all know, our own little piece of fertile goodness has been experiencing a climate change...our atmosphere is presently undergoing its own chemical recomposition. Should we concern ourselves on what, or who to blame, or should we be busy rectifying the situation?? We need real change before its too late here!!

As I gaze out into the night sky, I am dumbfounded as to how, we as a people, learned as much as we have. It seems to be beyond my realm of intelligence, or, at least memory, at this point.
At any rate it is up to us to preserve this life as long as we can.

I also believe we have had some help, technologically speaking. The sudden advancement in all things scientific can not be mere coincidence. Nothing ever is. Is more help on the way? Of course it is. It does seem to be a delicate affair to those in who apportion this knowledge. That is beyond our reasoning as humans, and as such, I will not try to comprehend(now).

We do NOT want to go down the same road as our sister planet. While it might be inevitable, eventually, I think we can prolong it. We, as a race, are far more intelligent than we give ourselves credit for.

There are other worlds, but most aren't nearly as beautiful...trust me

-just sayin'rose
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09/23/2012 02:50 AM
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Welcome to the graveyard shift!

I think mostly we don't explore venus is that it is more challenging logistically. I mean there are immesnse pressures in the atmosphere not to mention the temparature on the surface gets close to 900 degrees F. I beleive there is also a lot of winds and dust, not to mention sulfar is pretty volatile to any kind of system deployed.
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09/23/2012 03:01 AM
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Welcome to the graveyard shift!

I think mostly we don't explore venus is that it is more challenging logistically. I mean there are immesnse pressures in the atmosphere not to mention the temparature on the surface gets close to 900 degrees F. I beleive there is also a lot of winds and dust, not to mention sulfar is pretty volatile to any kind of system deployed.
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Why Thank you!cheers I am usually working at this time...not online(usually) for a few more hours..

-but the reasons you state are exactly the reasons why we need to explore further. We do not want to travel the same road, if at all possible. Signs are pointing to the fact that we just may be...
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Re: HELL on EARTH
bump...for existences sake

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I understand their line of thought...escape strategy.

It must not be the only line of thought though. We are not that far gone. Not yet...

For one, we have neither the time, nor the technology right now to even consider a legitimate colonization strategy of another planet. -Even on the smallest of scales. We need immediate planetary action. We need to work as a singular unit, in peace, on a global scale. this will take all the best human minds..and then some.

Do we have the answers? -obviously not. Not yet...

Is there time? -Yes, yes there is.

Is there hope? -Yes, yes there is.

If all else fails, you will remember.

You will rememberrose

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