In the light of recent events and discussions at the highest levels possible, it looks like we’re doomed. I started this blog almost 10 years ago on an optimistic note – we could save Earth if we wanted to, if each and every one of us did the right things…
But it isn’t so. In 10 years, I’ve come to find out that Earth and its fate is actually ruled by a handful of people, and if they won’t take action and impose the necessary policy and financial changes, we’re all doomed. We can’t buy electric cars when their price is two or three times the one of a gas car. We can’t do science if our funding is cut, or can’t even write about these things if there are no more things happening in this realm.
Meanwhile, the “get to Mars” idea was born from the head of Elon Musk – who otherwise is my idol – but saving Earth seems a much more plausible idea in the first place, given the current state of things.
Saving Earth and then getting to Mars would be best, therefore. Efforts of getting out of here could be futile if we don’t actually have enough time to work on getting to Mars, because of wars and pollution.
Watch the video and please share your opinions in the comment section below, for humanity’s sake.