How Long You'd Live on Different Planets


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How Long You'd Live on Different Planets



Could there be life outside planet Earth? We’re dreaming of finding traces of life in space but what if we could colonize other planets of our Solar System and live there? Time runs slower on some of the planets and faster on others. So how would it affect your life span? Let’s see how long you’d live for on each of the planets.

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  1. No one would have believed, in the Last years of the 19th century, that human affairs were being watched keenly and closely by intelligences which inhabited the timeless worlds of space,
    No one could have dreamed were being scrutinised as someone with a microscope that scrutinised the micro creatures that swarm and multiply in a drop of water

    With infinite compliancy People of the Victorian world of their Red Coat Empire, Proud of their British world near to Commonwealth which by chance or design that inhabited the dark mysteries of time and space

    Few men even consider the possibilities of life on other planets and yet, across the gulf of space on the planet Mars, minds are immeasurably superiorly black to ours as ours are to the beasts of the Jungle, intellects vast and cool and unsympathetic regarded our Earth with envious eyes

    And slowly and surely they drew plans against us.

    Mars is more than 140 million miles from the sun, and for centuries it has been in the last stages of exhaustion. At night, temperatures drop far below zero even at its equator.

    The inhabitants of this dying planet looked across space with instruments and intelligences of which we have scarcely dreamed, searching for another world to which they could migrate.

    They could not go to Pluto, outermost of all the planets, so cold that its atmosphere lies frozen on its surface.

    They couldn't go to Neptune or Uranus, twin worlds in eternal night and perpetual cold, both surrounded by an unbreathable atmosphere of methane gas and ammonia vapor.

    The Martians considered Saturn, an attractive world with its many moons and beautiful rings of cosmic dust, but its temperature is close to 270 degrees below zero, and ice lies 15,000 miles deep on its surface.

    Their nearest world was giant Jupiter, where there are titanic cliffs of lava and ice with hydrogen flaming at the tops, where the atmospheric pressure is terrible – thousands of pounds to the square inch. They couldn't go there. Nor could they go to Mercury, nearest planet to the sun; it has no air, and the temperature at its equator is that of molten lead.

    Of all the worlds that the intelligences on Mars could see and study, only our own warm Earth was green with vegetation, bright with water, and possessed a cloudy atmosphere eloquent of fertility. It did not occur to mankind that a swift fate might be hanging over us, or that from the blackness of outer space we were being scrutinized and studied by black creatures– until the time of our nearest approach to the orbit of Mars during a pleasant summer season of 1898.

  2. Despite all this…I don't think the human race will go extinct. I 100% believe they will get off this planet and make a new home somewhere else.

    Probably starting with Mars, then a distant moon. Sounds crazy but I just can't see the human race becoming extinct after all its accomplishments over the last 2000 years, especially the last 50 or so

  3. It is known that the radiation levels in Mars are so high, that any proper suited astronaut will only survive several ours. Science are now looking into possible cave dwellings they might find with the aid of their automaton explorers in Mars.

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