So I'm going to try this again since no one had the capacity to answer my question properly, what is probability of living a functional ?
In Mars? Can anyone actually answer this question?! Thanks.
A functional life in Mars?
- Bill-MLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
A Functional Life On Mars? NOT Possible. Mars can not support life of any kind.
There is no Oxygen, No Water, No life of any kind.
All supplies, air, water, food, shelter have to come from Earth. When your outside your shelter you have to wear a space suit. No very functional.
- Anonymous1 month ago
You can not live a functional life on or in Mars. Ask Matt Dillion.
- StarryskyLv 71 month ago
Living in an airtight cave or big metal can or spacesuit for the rest of your life, always smelling others, drinking recycled fluids, body waste in greenhouses (even being buried in one), is that what you want to do with your life?
- NyxLv 71 month ago
While the Martian environment is deathly hostile to any sort of life from Earth, making a suitable habitat to live in is something we humans have been doing for quite sometime now.
We can live in submarines for extended periods of time, we're learning how to adapt to life in free fall. We know how to extract material from the ground, and turn them into useful things (air, water, various metals).
It won't be easy, but is doable.