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I'm not sure even Mother Teresa or Gandhi could crack the top-tier of this list. I'm thinking Mars One is looking for far more than qualified and intrepid space explorers; they're looking for super heroes -- or at least the super heroic.
Science
I realized how easily we immerse ourselves in our own disciplines and envelop ourselves in our own values, and that exiting these self-imposed and limiting confines is key to understanding and propelling ourselves toward any future -- especially the one we humans envision on Mars.
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Mars One chief Bas Lansdorp's plan to send the first four humans on a one-way trip to establish a permanent human colony on Mars in 2025 is going full-steam ahead -- as is public and sometimes vitriolic criticism of his mission.
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“The training will likely happen in the U.S. and the candidates will be like any other expat in the country," Lansdorp said
Comedy
Growing up, my father consistently relied on the same threat when he found fault with behavior or actions that displeased him.
Videos
Hear from other Mars One applicants and Mars One Founder Bas Lansdorp in the Full Interview with HuffPost Live. In 2023, the
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In 2022, Mars One will send four people to Mars to colonize and live out the rest of their lives on the Red Planet. Already, 100,000 people have applied for the one way trip. We host a joint Q&A with Twitter featuring applicants and experts.
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In 2022, Mars One will send four people to Mars to colonize and live out the rest of their lives on the Red Planet. Already, 100,000 people have applied for the one way trip. Mars One applicants on telling their families they might leave earth.
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In 2022, Mars One will send four people to Mars to colonize and live out the rest of their lives on the Red Planet. Already, 100,000 people have applied for the one way trip. Maggie Duckworth, a Mars One applicant is willing to have a martian.
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In 2022, Mars One will send four people to Mars to colonize and live out the rest of their lives on the Red Planet. Already, 100,000 people have applied for the one way trip. Bas Lansdorp on the Mars One reality show.
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So why leave everything behind to go to Mars? "It's literally something that I've wanted forever," said Aaron Hamm, the hotel
TV & Film
So why bother with all the risk and expense of trying to put people on Mars when, for a mere fraction fo the cost, you can produce one heck of a 'reality' show and get much better ratings.
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Mars One founder Bas Lansdorp joined HuffPost Live Tuesday to talk about his goal to have humans living on Mars by the year
Weird News
Facts notwithstanding, Mars One claims it intends to land its first team of colonists on Mars in 2023. If you're out of the loop, that's 10 years before NASA hopes to get there. Perhaps such ambition is warranted, given the company's fundraising goals.