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How do you deal with retards who dont understand that mars only has 1/3 earth gravity?

People seem to grasp the unbreathable atmosphere just fine.

People just think its a red earth.

>> No.7473231

I asked this on another thread but received no response. Why can't we just add weights proportionally to each part of an astronaut's body, so that their muscles have to exert the same force to move as they would on Earth?

>> No.7473235

Who the fuck are you, carl sagan? You call people who don't know about Mars "retards"
It's not knowledge that's supposed to be commonly shared. People are too busy dealing with their fucking jobs and bills to care about other fucking planets gravitational forces.
I bet you don't know a lot of shit about various things but we don't call you a retard.

>> No.7473239

I'd call him a retard

>> No.7473240


damn, i triggered the shit out of you.


>> No.7473243


>tries to act smart
>namedrops meme scientist

>> No.7473250

If Mars were colonized and regular travel to earth not a common occurrence it wouldn't matter. Because earthlings would just be stupid strong there. A person on Mars wouldn't suffer from the gravity difference unless they came to earth.

>> No.7473251

>How do you deal with retards who dont understand that mars only has 1/3 earth gravity?
You tell them that Mars only has 1/3 (actually, more like 0.4) of Earth gravity.

Come on, man. Use your words. What is the actual issue you're talking about? In what way do you think this is significant, that people aren't understanding?

Don't start a thread with such a half-assed post.

>> No.7473256


just the very fact that you had to take 30 seconds of your day to be mad on the internet made the post worthwhile for me

I can feel your anger. stay mad

>> No.7473259

Are those elevations grossly exaggerated?

>> No.7473263

Yeah I saw you post the exact same thing on /tv/. Why don't you go back there, and stop posting your half-backed shit on here.

>> No.7473274



lmao op confirmed for faggot

>> No.7473276


so...so upset

>> No.7473764

Fuck /sci/ and it's academic arrogance. People have other things to think about besides Mars you know.

>> No.7473985

Muh space colonisation.

People don't want to aknowledge that Mars' conditions are bad and keep bringing up terraforming as if we can magically shit out a magnetosphere and extra mass for an entire planet.

>> No.7474003

Or just eat more. Americans rejoice!

>> No.7474044

How is Mars One hypothetically going to deal with that?

>> No.7474049

>How do you deal with retards who dont understand that mars only has 1/3 earth gravity?
You present it as one of the positive aspects of Martian colonialism.

- You won't die if you fall down from a ladder.

- You can jump higher.

- Parachutes can be made smaller.


>> No.7474055


lel, no

>> No.7474060
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>mfw my friend thought Venus was smaller than Mars

>> No.7474061

He doesn't seem mad but you seem like a truly colossal faggot

>> No.7474063

why don't we just drill to the core and set off a nuke? seems simple 2 me

>> No.7474070

Why would a scam have to deal with that?

>> No.7474073

We can, it's not a problem at all
however it'd require us to wear a suit constantly and it's not like we NEED the muscles in Mars, it'd only be required to people who come back and physical rehabilitation is probably cheaper

>> No.7474075

To be fair usually smaller planets are closer to the star

>> No.7474229

We don't even know if it's a problem for long term exposure. We know zero gravity makes problems, we know normal gravity is fine. We don't know about anything in between.
The ISS was to have centrifugal module to test that, but it was canceled.

>> No.7474232

Why the fuck would we do that?

Once you got the gait down, think of how fast you could run

>> No.7474234

What is there to "deal with?" Why would not knowing that bit of trivia make someone "retarded?" Is simply stating that fact somehow ineffective?

>> No.7474253

because you are a simple person

>> No.7474274


whoa guys I know you're all hard into the sciences and math but try to understand how complicated kinesiology is, 'just add weight' is a notoriously uneducated concept to how the body's muscles and bones function.

you add weight to suits and expect people to survive? the body will change completely, everybody will have ligament atrophy and back problems.

humans =/= G.I Joe dolls.

>> No.7474285

Shut the fuck up

>> No.7474375


>muh radiation
Mars actually has a really weak magnetosphere. Also, research into health effects of cosmic radiation show people often overreact to this problem. Spending 3 consecutive years exposed on the surface of Mars wouldn't even take you over NASA's own conservative safety dosage of radiation.

>> No.7474417

not him but you need an active core to hold onto an atmosphere
maybe that's what he meant

>> No.7474478

>not him but you need an active core to hold onto an atmosphere

It took millions and millions of years for Mars to lose its atmosphere.

It's not like it will blow away in a couple of days.

>> No.7474487

Can we build an atmosphere faster than it will blow away?

>> No.7474492

Suppression isn't scientific.

>> No.7474675

Yes. Building an atmosphere would take hundreds or thousands of years, not millions.

The hard part is protecting against UV radiation, since you need oxygen to get an ozone layer, but the plants that would make the oxygen would be killed by the UV.

>> No.7474677

How does that response come off to you as mad? It doesn't to me, just sounds like you're trying to look better, because someone is actually questioning you.

>> No.7474694

Manchildren getting BTFO ITT.

Mars will never be colonised by humans. The only planet in our solar system that will ever have human colonies is Venus, and they'll be a mile or so underground.

>> No.7474696

Wanna know how I know you're a NEET?

>> No.7474697

Why not floating cities?

>> No.7474711

Why not magic dragons that fly us to other galaxies?

>> No.7474721

Why not killing urself? :^)

>> No.7474737

Sorry reality doesn't work like your vidayo-gaymes.

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new pasta

>> No.7475071

Not really that hard. There are organisms like Lichen that can produce oxygen, even with UV radiation.

>> No.7475083

Nice troll man. Almost laughed

>> No.7475098

Laugh all you want, won't change the facts.

>> No.7475179

the fact is you are a dumb fuck

they cant even land rovers on venus because the 900F temperature will melt the solder on the circuit boards, and the pressure will crush them. the Russians landed shit there that melted down after an hour on the surface.

how are we supposed to get humans underground on venus if we cant even get them above ground

>> No.7475184

Obviously the only solution is that everyone has to lift. The only way to survive on Mars is to get swole.

>> No.7475632

>The ISS was to have centrifugal module to test that, but it was canceled.
I bet the jews did this.

>> No.7475700


If you weren't a worthless piece of shit you could just educate them and do something good for the world instead of calling them retards and shitposting on 4chan

>> No.7475712

you would have to wear a suit constantly while outside anyway

>> No.7476154

>to be mad on the internet

He wasn't mad. He made a perfectly reasonable request.

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