Why don't we just throw our garbage in BULK in any of the volcanoes on Mars?
OR Venus or Mercury?...
even if we do back-and-forth trips?
- Ronald 7Lv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
Too expensive to even get it out of Earth's Atmosphere
That Money could be best used to reducing it in the first place
We are Already making plans to dredge the Great Pacific Garbage PatchSource(s): Oops !! I thought you said Cabbage, besides we might have to live there some day !! Imagine the Stink !!
- Jeffrey KLv 66 months ago
How would we get it to Mars?
- 6 months ago
Well, it would cost lots of money and time to send a rocket to mars just too throw away trash. So, just recycle, and buy items that you can reuse.
- Tom SLv 76 months ago
Are you going to pay for it?
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- AcetekLv 46 months ago
do you have a couple of 100 trillion dollars to set up the transports.
FYI all of the volcanoes on Mars are extinct
- yLv 76 months ago
Why not in the ones on earth? Why not the Mariana Trench so it will eventually be sucked in and under the crust/plates. As another said, cost breaking it our of the earths gravity and such would be too much for the payload.
- paulLv 76 months ago
send it to the mercury
- 6 months ago
Well... currently, they're all inactive, so... it'd just sit there. And, getting it *to* Mars is going to be really expensive. If any of our rockets carrying it to space explode on the pad, that would be an awful mess also. Especially if we're trying to loft spent nuclear fuel. (It would be the worlds worst dirty bomb...)
- MarkLv 76 months ago
Earth's gravity well makes that cost prohibitive. If somehow that was made irrelevant, the Sun would be the best destination.
- MartinLv 66 months ago
Mars is too far away.