In response to this piece on the progress of new prototype spacecraft, orion, several commenters shared their responses for why space exploration was so important. Space exploration is a waste of money, but the civilizations who are stupid enough to ignore this and leave their domain will one day be the ones descending from the sky and owning the entire galaxy, plus earth will run out of stuff and we will need to take it from asteroids. The second school, enthusiastically supported by neil degrassse tyson and many others, argues that humans must go to space it's our prerogative as an intelligent species, our cosmic mandate. Space colonization is a controversial topic for some people, though definitely not for me, and for a number of reasons some people believe we should not spend our money, time and resources on this enterprise, because there are problems on earth we still haven’t fixed. The top three reasons for humans in space by michael huang monday, april 11, 2005 it’s late at night, and you receive an urgent phone call from the white house “the president wants to know why we should continue to put humans in space he wants a one-page summary on his desk by tomorrow morning” what do you write.
Maybe the us should leave space exploration to private companies -- or even other countries but those who've long dreamed of humans becoming a truly spacefaring race argue that exploring space provides down-to-earth benefits in areas such as health, mining and security. The more we learn about outer space, the more we realize how much more there is to explore this has led scientists to develop even more powerful tools to help them explore way beyond the places we can go as humans. The earth is a planet: why we explore space i’m not suggesting that space projects should lie beyond careful fiscal management, tough choices, or even cuts when they can’t be avoided i'm just saying it’s a copout—a short-sighted, ironically self-defeating copout—to point to problems on earth as a reason to wield the axe against. Robots vs humans: who should explore space if telepresence is such a great idea, why do we need humans in space for one, the technology is not yet available vision is the most important.
A humans we are a naturally curious species, we deny our humanity if we do not explore the unknown world around us to meet the obstacles, both seen and unforeseen, of exploration requires the dissolution of borders, barriers, languages, and dispute. Why should we explore space we stopped dreaming why should we continue to explore space when there is still poverty and other problems here on earth we need to explore space to keep inspiring the next generations of scientists, technologists, engineers, and mathematicians landed humans on the moon. Comparatively, apollo should be meticulously studied as the archetypal human space program a lofty target, a useful scientific goal, and a stepping-stone approach that saw each subsequent mission pushing the frontier back even further. Anyone who doesn’t see why we should continue to explore space need only read hooray literacy (two personal musts are ba’s wonderful blog, and asimov, who also proposed the hollowed-out.
Humans should go to mars to slowly work towards building a civilization there, according to digital trends overpopulation and limited resources on earth makes mars a potentially suitable place to colonize. Space exploration in society involves those fantasy-like ideas, but if you think like a realist, everything else out there is part of the universe we live in and it can provide our ever-curious minds of why us humans are here. Why we must explore the sea robert ballard, the famed explorer who discovered the wreck of the titanic, ponders what else is on the ocean floor the vast unknown deep sea floor (© 13/last resort. I think that humans have been wanting to travel in space because it is in the human nature to explore what surrounds us i think that the fundamental reason why we have been in space and to the moon is the same reason why people have climbed the everest, crossed antarctica, and attempted other extreme endeavors on earth.
Why do we explore space “thesituation today is like europe before 1492 spreading out into •humans are meant to explore it is at our core we explore to gain knowledge, satisfy •what objects should we explore •the moon •mars •europa •exoplanets title: powerpoint presentation. The loss of seven space shuttle astronauts this month again brought home the serious risk that humans face into the hostile environs beyond our sheltered planet, reviving the question of whether. Space: a vast, dark wilderness, a wasteland that is of no value to explore, and will cost in excess of $186 billion dollars in 2010 that money could be spent on worthy causes like health care. Research on this orbiting laboratory is not only enabling humans to explore the solar system, it is leading to countless improvements for life on earth for example, space based science offers an environment to foster new materials, better medicines, improved methods to provide clean water, and better ways to grow enough food to feed our.
No, we should not explore space while space exploration was an important thing in the past, and some nasa experiments have led to technology breakthroughs, there are also negatives that we don't focus on a lot. One might say curiosity is an inherent trait for the species (in a more fundamental way than, say, the curiosity of cats and other predators for whom curiosity is part of the hunting strategy. We should only explore our solar system the stars cannot be reached within multiple lifetimes, so we cannot “explore” the stars even building robot ships with the capability to let people be born from artificial incubators and rear them to be sp. Why should we stop exploring something that has helped us in so many ways what if there was something to happen to earth what would we do nothing because we have stopped exploring space.
In a time of shrinking budgets and increased scrutiny on the return for our investments, we should be taking a long, hard look at how we are prioritizing our exploration dollars. On the plus side, humans in space provide operational flexibility, inspiration and native intelligence on the minus side, that flexibility comes at a steep price humans are heavy, fragile, dirty, vulnerable, picky about their environment, and have a low tolerance for the space environment (ie, high energy radiation, extreme heat and cold. Abstract in this lesson, students will be challenged to start thinking about why humans explore they will aim to make a solid connection between exploration and the quest for survival/goods.