posted on Dec, 12 2003 @ 07:53 PM
No, I wouldn't go on another planet.
Since I'm among the first civilians, there's a many potential risks there. I'm assuming that the enviroment hasn't been tested with alot of people
living in it since we're the first people to go up there. Even if they test it on earth, the results would probably differ and perform differently on
another planet with a different atmosphere and physical characteristics.
Being locked up with the same people in a confined area, where there isn't much to do and you're stuck all alone in a boring old habitat can get
very aggavating. It has been scientifically shown that people start going crazy when they're locked in a confined area with or without people for
extanded periods of time. That's why they haven't been doing manned missions to Mars, several astronaunts locked up in a cramped spaceship enduring
the hardships of zero gravity for months; every single condition for murder is met.
I'd very much rather stay on planet earth. Maybe when the space program matures a bit I'll consider going.