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Now I know your thinking this isn't for real; Yet it is. There preparing to start shipping people up and off to Mars. Not surprising considering the fact that they been trying to self destruct our environment here for so long. If you've seen the movie Oblivion it shouldn't come to anyone surprise the possibilities that lie in front of us.
They wont to put us in the position where were fighting for our lives and they've ascended off this "Hell on Earth" they intend to leave us on. It's the true definition of being left behind.
I can see it now the President, whomever he may be at the time talking to the masses, via some connection through a satellite from our 2nd Earth and updating us on the rules there enforcing upon us left here on Earth. Leaving there drones and man made terror machines down here to monitor and to massacre us if or when we get out of line.
I know your still thinking far fetched, right? Well up until a year ago the DHS (Department of Homeland Security) was denying buying up millions and millions of Ammo and it was a huge conspiracy theory.
That was until some of the major networks picked up on the story and started airing it and then they had no choice but to come out and admit it was true. Do your research.. Be apart of the infowar before its to late. Because telling yourself its not true its not stopping it from being so. Now read what Major News Broadcaster CNN has to say after the jump..
More than 100,000 people are eager to make themselves at home on another planet. They've applied for a one-way trip to Mars, hoping to be chosen to spend the rest of their lives on uncharted territory, according to an organization planning the manned missions.
The Mars One project wants to colonize the red planet, beginning in 2022. There are financial and practical questions about this venture that haven't been clarified. Will there be enough money? Will people really be able to survive on Mars? But these haven't stopped some 30,000 Americans from signing up.
You can see some of the candidates on the project's website, but they're not the only ones who have applied, said Bas Lansdorp, Mars One CEO and co-founder. (Mars One Website)
There is also a very large number of people who are still working on their profile, so either they have decided not to pay the application fee, or they are still making their video or they're still filling out the questionnaire or their resume. So the people that you can see online are only the ones that have finished and who have set their profiles as public," Lansdorp said.
The entrepreneur did not specify how many have paid the fees, completed their profiles and configured them as private.
The application process
Anyone 18 or older may apply, but the fee depends on a user's nationality. For Americans, it's $38.
The company said it sets the price based on the gross domestic product per capita of each nation. "We wanted it to be high enough for people to have to really think about it and low enough for anyone to be able to afford it," Lansdorp said.
For the first crew, the Mars One mission will cost $6 billion, Lansdorp said. The idea is for it to be funded by sponsors and media that will pay for broadcasting rights of shows and movies documenting everything from the astronauts' training on Earth to their deployment and colonization of Mars.
Out of the applicants, Mars One said it will select a multicontinental group of 40 astronauts this year. Four of them -- two men and two women -- are set to leave for Mars in September 2022, landing in April 2023.
Another multicontinental group of four will be deployed two years later, according to the Mars One plan. None of them will return to Earth.
The astronauts will undergo a required eight-year training in a secluded location. According to the project site, they will learn how to repair habitat structures, grow vegetables in confined spaces and address "both routine and serious medical issues such as dental upkeep, muscle tears and bone fractures."
"What we want to do is tell the story to the world," Lansdorp said, "when humans go to Mars, when they settle on Mars and build a new Earth, a new planet. This is one of the most exciting things that ever happened, and we want to share the story with the entire world."
How will Mars be colonized?
Each lander that Mars One sends will be able to carry about 5,511 pounds of "useful load" to Mars, he said. After eight missions, more than 44,000 pounds of supplies and people are expected to have arrived. The capsules themselves, whose weight is not included in that number, will become part of the habitat. Click Here To Read More