Humans must merge with robots if they want to live on Mars?

Mars has a very harsh habitat. To overcome the difficulties of gravity, climate, drinking water and survive on Mars, one solution is proposed to turn humans into 'half human, half robot'.


If turning humans into "half-human, half-machine" could solve many of the challenges faced when living on Mars, according to the famous British astronomer Lord Martin Rees - Photo: Shutterstock. Mars - the fourth planet from the Sun - has been studied by NASA and SpaceX scientists for decades, with the goal of turning it into a 2nd Earth in the future.

But traveling through space to touch the surface of Mars is one thing, overcoming the difficulty of living on the Red planet is another big challenge.

According to Lord Martin Rees - the famous British astronomer, to overcome the difficulties of gravity, climate, drinking water and survive on Mars, one solution is given to turn humans into " half human, half robot".

Turning humans into "half human, half robot" is related to the difficult problems that humans face while living on Mars.

First is the problem of how to survive in zero gravity.

Previous NASA studies have shown that switching from one gravity field to another can affect spatial orientation, eye-brain coordination, balance, and mobility. motion.

Astronauts also experience skeletal and muscle changes in space. Blood in the body moves to the head in the direction of microgravity, which can put pressure on the eyes and cause vision problems.

If preventive or countermeasures are not taken, astronauts may be at increased risk of developing kidney stones due to dehydration and increased calcium excretion from their bones.

NASA is looking at a number of ways to keep astronauts healthy during missions to Mars, including artificial gravity devices and vibrating platforms to help regenerate bones and muscles.

Being a robot could be beneficial in helping to counteract the effects of microgravity on the human body. For example, humans can have iron or steel lungs attached under the skin to protect our soft organs and make us more resilient under the influence of microgravity.

Next is the issue of adaptation to the Martian climate.

On the Red Planet, temperatures can go as low as -128°C. The lowest temperature on Earth is -88°C. NASA has designed specialized suits, helping scientists to withstand temperatures as cold as -156°C and heat as hot as 121°C. But if the "robot man" can have similar technology implanted in the body, it will be cheaper and consume less equipment and space on the spacecraft.

The problem of breathing and eating on Mars will also be solved if humans become robots.

The atmosphere of Mars is extremely thin and consists mainly of carbon dioxide, which makes up 96% of the atmosphere. For humans on Earth, it is a toxic gas in high concentrations. This means that if a person tried to breathe on Mars without any protection, they would instantly suffocate.

NASA's space suits are now equipped with air filtration systems to ensure this doesn't happen. But just like surviving the frigid temperatures, becoming a robot with mechanical systems that filter the air beneath the skin could help astronauts breathe easier on Mars without assistance. .

In addition, robot people will be less dependent on food sources for nutrition. This is especially significant because Mars has no water, its harsh climate is not suitable for farming.

With more than 40 years of experience in research and teaching in the fields of cosmology and astrophysics, Lord Martin Rees says that merging humans and robots is not a crazy idea, but a complete one. of the best solutions to help humans survive on Mars.

Mars rovers will use technical devices implanted in the body to adjust themselves. They can transform into a "completely different species within two generations of living on Mars".

And if one day humans can turn themselves into robots, we will become almost immortal. At that time, humans will be able to make an interstellar trip over longer distances and hibernate for millennia.


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