Originally posted by foxhoundone
Has anybody thought along the lines off adapted humanoids ? There lungs bio engineered to breath "the soup" off dangerous inviroments.
I've always thought this in a way. We pursue life as we know it, in worlds that are not like ours. Who is to say that species didn't evolve, adapt,
grow with, etc. the environment. I have thought this of other worlds as well, such as an article I read waiting for a haircut in a magazine about life
on Jupiter. If there was life in Jupiter it would most likely looking like a jellyfish swimming through the dense gas atmosphere. So why not Venus?
As far as tera forming a planet, I saw a video on how they wanted to go to build the ISS, then go to the moon, build a base, and then a rocket on that
base to launch to the mars, and only stay for a few days. This guy from NASA who was inspired by the moon landings and became in the position to where
he made up a new budget and plan to visit mars, for a much longer time, and launch directly from Earth, sending everything there ahead of time. Even
that plan was over a billion, in theory. Venus can't yet support human life even with our life support suits and systems.