posted on May, 16 2013 @ 09:36 AM
How much had we discover about our own solar system in depth? Very little.
There are many moons out there that may be earthlike. Titan, although is not Earth, is one such moon that may be how our planet was formed at
theinitial stage as it had the right ingredients for life, and only a recent discovery with probes, as much as some scientists claimed that there is
all that is to be discovered.
There are still many more out there, and while may not inhabit life or is like our planet in any way, there may be pockets of it that can be
terraformed on a limited basis to sustain life, such as near the poles whereby water seems evident in most planets and larger moons.
And not to mention the huge amount of mineral resources abound just in our solar system alone, for contruction of habitats, sustain life and even
trade once we can achieve decent speeds close to speed of light at lower costs. And for all that to happen, we need MORE humans, perhaps 10 times as
much as today to tap that wealth and opportunity for all.