Back in the 2012 election many of us were reluctant to vote for Mitt Romney, suspecting that the Mormon was only interested in co-opting NASA to take him and his friends to Kolub. You'd think that the liberals would have voted for him given that they all got their own planets - a perfect solution to the alleged overpopulation of the earth and globull warming.
Now I'm wondering what we owe this to - with the election of Donald Trump have the Mohammedans given up on their mission to spread mooselimbism to every corner of the earth? Do the mooselimbs really want their own planet so they can practice their "Religion of Peace" undisturbed?
Good Christians should be wondering if this isn't what is referred to as the "final solution" considering various parts of the world have been at war with these camel jockey pests for 1,400 years, and what it's going to cost to war with them for another 1,400 years. How much can it cost to blast a billion or so of them on rockets headed for Mars so the rest of us can finally live in peace?
UAE to build first city on Mars by 2117
The Mars 2117 project aims to transport people to the Red Planet and establish the first mini city
Published: 18:11 February 14, 2017
Dubai: The UAE will build the first city on Mars as part of the 2117 Mars project in collaboration with specialised international organisations and scientific institutes.
The Mars 2117 Project was announced by His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces.
As part of a 100-year national programme, the UAE will set a plan to prepare national cadres that can achieve scientific breakthroughs to facilitate the transport of people to the Red Planet over the next decades.
The 100-year plan will involve scientific research programmes to nurture national cadres specialised in space sciences at universities in the UAE. It will also entrench a passion for space in younger generations.
The announcement was made on the sidelines of the World Government Summit in the presence of representatives of 138 governments, six major international organisations, as well as leading international tech companies.
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