Would you move to another planet?

SourAppleMartini SourAppleMartini
Imagine that in a few years an Earth-like planet is discovered. Literally everything is the same: plans, animals, air but there are no humans and no pollution. You have a choice to move there. There, you have access to your every need, whether it is internet, Edenfantasys or your favourite brand of chocolate. You can bring your pets, family, friends with you. The housing is a lot cheaper and you can live in a huge mansion for a fraction of what it would cost on Earth. But there is one downturn: you can never ever go back to Earth. Would you do it? Why 'yes' and why 'not'?
05/04/2013
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sunflower sunflower
Quote:
Originally posted by SourAppleMartini
Imagine that in a few years an Earth-like planet is discovered. Literally everything is the same: plans, animals, air but there are no humans and no pollution. You have a choice to move there. There, you have access to your every need, whether it is ... More
Can I still communicate with people on earth?
Yeah I would! It's like when I was a kid and wanted to buy my own island so I could get away from everyone and do all the stuff I wanted (I still have that dream...)

Can we make it a better planet and only let certain people live there? Like how about some strict immigration laws where you can't be a jerk, dumbass, or criminal to go there. I would probably New Earth and if I could call the shots in my country or state or whatever then hell yeah!

Housing is expensive but I feel like there should be other cool things on the planet because leaving everyone behind for a mansion and no pollution is probably a big deal for me.

Great question
05/04/2013
Mr. John Mr. John
Quote:
Originally posted by SourAppleMartini
Imagine that in a few years an Earth-like planet is discovered. Literally everything is the same: plans, animals, air but there are no humans and no pollution. You have a choice to move there. There, you have access to your every need, whether it is ... More
I would do it, and not look back. New beginnings can be a great thing.

The following is meant for humor’s sake:
I also have one other scenario with regard to our own solar system. As a man, I know I come from Mars, but I also know that women are from Venus. So, if I'm going to pick a planet in this solar system to live on, I'll choose Venus.
05/04/2013
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Fecking YES! And I'll live in an area that has both the ocean and mountains and has seasons (like New England).
05/06/2013
VeganChick (is Gone) VeganChick (is Gone)
I just can't seem to get behind this question. How can we have our every need if there are no humans and no pollution to create what we want?

I'm just too literal for this.
05/06/2013
stacylyn stacylyn
Quote:
Originally posted by SourAppleMartini
Imagine that in a few years an Earth-like planet is discovered. Literally everything is the same: plans, animals, air but there are no humans and no pollution. You have a choice to move there. There, you have access to your every need, whether it is ... More
Yes just to get away from this
05/06/2013
GONE! GONE!
I would definitely go!
05/06/2013
gsfanatic gsfanatic
I'd consider it, depends a lot on who else was going.
05/06/2013
Cosmonaut Cosmonaut
Sounds like this:

Mars 2023: Inhabitants Wanted
05/07/2013
Gary Gary
Living in on another planet in a science fictions setting, sure! But the reality of moving to another planet in our life time... no thanks.
05/07/2013
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