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    Colonization of the 'Red Planet'
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    By Landon posted Feb 28th at 06:09 PM


    In ten spectacular years, NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) will send six four-person crews to Mars to start a permanent colonization, never to return to Earth again. Imagine travelling through space, away from your home, away from your TV or internet, never to see your family in physical form. This amazing concept some how reminds me of the movie Interstellar, although it's a little more advanced with concepts of cryosleep (a state of sleep to preserve your body). 
     
    Every two years, NASA will send more four-person groups to continue colonization. Before this, in 2018, NASA will send a lander and an orbiter to Mars, which will prepare the ground for the people set to travel.
     
    I am not completely sure how this place play out, as are others. NASA has the answers.. My thoughts are flowing. Is this survival of the fittest? Yes, years or training will take place, but does this remind you of The Hunger Games? Will these people need to walk around with masks of some sort to survive?
     
    What do you think? Share your thoughts below!

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    Preventing the Asteroids
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    By Landon posted Feb 25th at 09:31 PM


    There's always one thought which comes to me, if another source couldn't destroy Earth, then an asteroid (or a meteor) would. It scares me to look on the NASA website and see "risks" for impact. Trust me, some of those numbers are quite close to Earth - If you remember the thriller Armageddon, NASA was forced to send a device to a meteor that would destroy Earth up into space.
     
    But what if we really needed to do this? I am sure sometime in the future such methods will be present. For instance, send "satellites" into space to orbit the Earth. When the time comes, lock the satellites onto the meteor and blast it out of orbit; How cool would that be? Although, while I am sure billions and billions of dollars would need to be dedicated to this project, it would be necessary for our survival!
     
    Foreign relations would need to take a step up in a time like this, especially tensions with places like Russia, North Korea and China. All countries would need to cooperate and make a plan, just like a sports game. You've got one shot, do not miss your chance. If you fail, the world ends. How would you like failure? All of these thoughts come to my mind..
     
    While this possibility is very doable, you must always consider that in a number of years, we may be off the Earth. It shocks me to think that increasing threats to humanity may force us to migrate to another planet!
     
    Then again, NASA may be hiding suitable planets close-by to us. Just a few days ago I discovered that Buzz Aldrin actually took communion on the moon while NASA cut connection to us.
     
    What do you think? Would certain circumstances make it available to us to save the world? Share your thoughts below!

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    Ozzy's Game Corner: Croc Legend of the Gobbos
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    By Ozzinator posted Feb 24th at 10:53 AM



    I've covered a couple of games so far and here's the next installment, Croc!

     

    Croc: Legend of the Gobbos was developed by Argonaut Games PLC and was published by Fox Interactive in 1997.
    It was originally pitched to Nintendo as a Mario spinoff starring Yoshi, exclusively for the Nintendo 64, but Nintendo rejected the idea. This is why Croc seems to be a little similar to Yoshi.

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