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Exploring what life on Mars might look like



As we approach a new, exciting era of space exploration, some of the world's greatest minds ponder how life might be for people on Mars. This includes examining all possible effects we have when living in a colony in space: legal, ethical, environmental and cultural. And while this train of thought really stimulates the imagination, it is not as preventative and out there as you may think.

"Life on Mars is not just a fantasy," says Charles Stotler Professor of Space Law (which is a real title we're now obsessed with) at the University of Mississippi Law School. "Actually, we will go to Mars during the Millennials."

That means we could have colonies of people on the Red Planet within the next 50 years ̵

1; which raises fascinating questions. Will companies fight for resources? Will people look different? And what about Mars culture and traditions? Remember all the cultural differences between (say) Chicago and Nashville, places that are less than 500 miles apart. Extend that to a colony 33.9 million miles away from its nearest neighbor, the Earth, and it lets you ask: Would customs or religions or daily life be similar if you were so far from Earth ? Would a Martian overcome the problems that separate us on Earth – clouding conversations of race, heir, etc.

Right now, researchers, scientists and lawyers (like Stotler) want to predict how life on Earth and on Mars will be will change. Next, they try to pass laws that predict what the people of Mars will need. It's straight out of the dime novel and straight into our world (and beyond?).

To find out about the challenges, threats and environmental changes, attorneys work on legislation on Mars – watch the above Uproxx video in collaboration with NatGeo. And then you begin to think about a possible life in a dome – to live in a wild, new frontier. Because the out-of-world lifestyle is coming and you might not want to be left behind.


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