posted on Jun, 21 2006 @ 02:05 PM
Humans have already begun colonizing this solar system -- it first started with earth.
I hardly think human habitats spread throughout this solar system on far away moons, asteroids and planets is good idea at this time, but it is the
obviously cool choice.
I can't see any other nation than that of the US taking on such a task. THat's where it stands as of now and in the foresable future. Though, to
admit it, there just aren't enough qualified, competent and willing individuals in this world to embark on the adventure.
Originally posted by Leto
Stephen Hawking urges that we must colonize our solar system as soon as possible
The man has lost his mind or is desperate for attention. Humans have yet to ensure that everyone has at least the equivalent of an apple to eat each
I see it this way -- humans have yet to reach 1/10 the speed of light or let alone come anywhere near 1/1000 the speed of light.
There are not very many physicist who focus particular large quantities of their time toward contemplating FTL, and hardly very many physicist at
The obvious choice must be to colonize this solar system. I say this
solar system intentionally.