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You get to explore one and not the other. Which do you choose? Space Or Deep Ocean?


You get to explore one and not the other. Which one do you choose?

Space Exploration Or Deepwater Ocean Exploration?
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Deep water for sure. I don't know how much space exploration can be done in a reasonable amount of time by a manned spacecraft right now.
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Space. Because aliens.

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Both of them freak me out. Don't like the thought of being stuck in a metal container unable to go outside. I guess deep sea because it wouldn't take nearly as long.
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ocean, because theres other life there. space would be boring

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Space. Being underwater seems too scary
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2 places where oxygen supply has to be artificial. Ok so, I think we know mostly what lies underwater, but little do we know about the whole spectrum of the space. We need to explore space more.
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That's easy. Space contains many ocean worlds (at least a few interesting oceans in our solar system), so I get both.

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I wanted both to be an astronaut and to be a marine biologist at different points in my life, so this is a tough call. But I'd probably go with exploring the ocean. Who needs the remote possibility of aliens when you have guaranteed weird marine biology?

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Spaceman.
Space, man.

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Probably space exploration. If we discover some form of ftl; then definitely space exploration. Then it's time to leave the sol system and not look back.

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Probably space exploration. If we discover some form of ftl; then definitely space exploration. Then it's time to leave the sol system and not look back.
I'm with you there. I guess it's pretty much impossible but it's still fun to dream.

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That's easy. Space contains many ocean worlds (at least a few interesting oceans in our solar system), so I get both.
Great idea. Didnt think of combining them both. So I could be exploring underwater on Jupiters moon Europa. Best of both worlds!
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Space. Infinite exploration. In the long run, it might benefit the human race more.

Deepsea. It's right beneath us and an unknown that's a part of us. And much easier to do with our available resource and technology.

What goes up, will inevitably come back down. Whoever you have to step on when you go up, you will be at their mercy when you go down.

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Space. Infinite exploration. In the long run, it might benefit the human race more.
I don't know. An easy escape from our padded room might not actually be all that beneficial in the long run. If humans have proved anything, it's that giving us a bigger house to burn down usually just sends us searching for bigger flamethrowers.

Is it inconceivable that human beings could actually destroy the entire universe if given enough time?

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I don't know. An easy escape from our padded room might not actually be all that beneficial in the long run. If humans have proved anything, it's that giving us a bigger house to burn down usually just sends us searching for bigger flamethrowers.

Is it inconceivable that human beings could actually destroy the entire universe if given enough time?

Forgot about the series of Avatar sequels that are suppose to come.

What goes up, will inevitably come back down. Whoever you have to step on when you go up, you will be at their mercy when you go down.

The truth is strictly what the ones in power perceives it to be.

Enjoy any good things, even the little and menial ones, as you will never know what impending distresses could descend upon you in a moment.
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