Oh also, this would take thousands of year to do, so like, all radioactivity would be gone. Gravity is a thing that all planets have and, in fact, all particles have gravity. Here are my boo bees now give me candy. Gravity is dependent on the mass of an object. Mars’ gravitation pull is less than earth’s. It’s about 75% of our gravity.
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I’m not being funny and or being a troll here, but surely if, like you say, radioactivity is present then that means no life is… What about Chernobyl… The place is a paradise for animals and plants alike, Here are my boo bees now give me candy don’t get me wrong they’re probly riddled with cancer or 2 heads for all I know but there is life there, considering its been quarantined for 30/40+ years? But yeah, all the animals and plants are all right that way, so why would it be different else where? I mean this video is a very very very long, shot of what could happen but yeah
Well! Gravitational pull is the force of attraction between two heavenly bodies thats what our earth experience and tides occurs.However gravity is the force relative to weight.Hence gravity & grativational pull are different.
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I had exactly the same idea when I was 13. However they forgot something integral – Mars will need a magnetic field like earth to protect it from the flares fires off from the sun which will just strip the atmosphere again. Funny shirts. That is total crap. The temperatures on Mars, ranges from a max temperature of 68 degrees at the equator but drops to -243 degrees at night. Also the atmosphere is too thin, and even if somehow clouds could be produced there is no way they could retain enough heat for any type of vegetation to grow, and how are we going to direct an asteroid attack?
I have no idea why so many people want to go too or live on Mars. It’s a inhospitable planet, and who in the world would want to live in a bubble that could be destroyed instantly if an asteroid hit it. With Mars thin atmosphere, many, many more asteroids strike the planet, because the atmosphere isn’t thick enough to burn them up. You can simply look at the millions of crater impacts, to deduce that big problem. Oh well, carry on the dream if you want to, but I will never see it in my lifetime.