posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 07:00 AM
I think you meant to say "no living being can survive." Because "no living being cannot survive" means that all living beings can.
Anyway, I think that's what you mean, you just might not know that much English and so are doing your best, in which case you should be commended.
This post brings to mind some astronomy program I was watching. It brought out that when astronauts are in space they see flashes of light in their
eyes, even when they are closed. This was at first a very freaky phenomena, but all astronauts that go into space are aware of it. You see outside
the earth's atmosphere they are not protected against cosmic radiation, and those flashes of light were rays of cosmic radiation penetrating their
bodies. Even if their eyes were closed it was still being registered and sent to the brain, pretty cool huh? But because of this I don't see how
any human can survive that long in that harsh environment. Man was definitely not made to live in outer space.
If a person was to stay too long outside the protective shield of our atmosphere these harmful cosmic rays would eventually do enough damage to their
bodies that they would die. I really don't see how they could live long enough in that environment to make it to Mars and back, that is for sure.
And in order to build space ships that would protect them from the harmful rays, well, the space ships would just be so huge and expensive, it would
be practically infesable right now. There is no way man is traveling to Mars anytime soon unless new technology is developed to protect man from
these harmful rays.
As far as not being able to make it to the moon? I'm not so sure. I don't see any reason to doubt that we did.