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What is this need of Humans to explore? I would venture to say that it is merely encoded in our DNA. But why do we choose not fully explore our own world before we start making advances to another world. There is a lot we can learn from our ocean and lake floors. We are finding lost cites under hundreds of feet of water. I'm not opposed for outer worldly exploration. I feel there are answers here just buried deep or even completely erased from the planet. It makes it near impossible to find where we come from and how many times we have started over. Perhaps scientists have deeper evidence of some epic proportion to be exploring MARS so thoroughly. Maybe we will find out a big portion of our genetics is Martian.

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Why do we not explore the Oceans more? 343 HH Holmes 20-Apr-17 21:04


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