At TED 2015 this past spring, I gave a talk about human exploration of Mars. Specifically, I think excitement for exploring our neighboring red planet is great– but we shouldn’t lull ourselves into thinking that Mars will be our second chance if we don’t care for our home world, the Earth. I think our goals of interplanetary exploration and planetary preservation can work together, if we so choose. What do you think?
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