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The Urgency of Colonizing Space, and the Threat of Anti-Natalism

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Mars, according to the best available information, once had liquid water. This means it had a thick enough atmosphere to sustain it and high enough temperatures that it wasn’t frozen. Not anymore. If anything lived there, it was likely rudimentary enough that it could not comprehend the fact that the hospitable conditions which permitted it to exist were transient. It may…

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where the future is written

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