That's still billions of dollars that are being spent poorly. Even with that .9% we could solve a lot of the global climate and water problems.
when the sun goes away and we're still on earth im blaming you
When the sun dies we won't be here. Stars expand when they die, that'll throw the climate out of the perfect zone it's in right now, among a ton of other things.
We wont be here,but its possible our species will,that is if we dont make a space colonization program that could transport our species to a hospitable planet.And if we dont,i blame mankinds destruction on you
Yep, I'm so horrible for thinking that we should solve global climate problems on Earth before we go screw up another planet.
Why cant we develop technology for the future while working on global climate problems?
How is this working on global climate changes at all? It's wasting time and money doing absolutely nothing. This country isn't doing anything to help the climate problems.
Just because we can leave our planet doesn't mean we will have anywhere to go. Which is exactly why we shouldn't screw up the one we have.
Thats wierd becuase i hear of people doing different stuff everyday to try and cut down on there carbon footprint.
And of course NASA isnt going to be spending their money to reduce global impact,thats not their job.Thats the EPA's job.
And If we dont continue developing technology to possibly leave the planet,then we will doom ourselves.Saving the earth is useless when earth will die regardless when our sun goes into a red giant(Iv'e heard conflicting reports on what will happen with our sun,but either way the earths gunna die when the sun does).Heck we wouldnt even be "saving" the earth,we would be preserving its current condition for the time being.So what we need to do,is slow down the climate change/adapt to future changes,while develop technology/find a habitual planet/terraform a planet into a livable state for when earth becuase unbearable to live at.Hence we need to put money into both fields,which we are.Havent you ever seen the wind generators?