Don’t mind me, we are all going to die. One way or another. Coronavirus, earthquake, economic crisis, antibiotic resistance, air pollution, heart failure, heat stroke, accidents, etc. Literally, anything could kill. And therefore sometimes, when you look around, the medias and the dramas are full of materials featuring the deaths of someone, or many others. Perhaps, it’s a social construct in order to educate ourselves about several risks of death in the hope of improving standard of living and increase longevity. Or so, that’s some mechanism we want to follow, so that we could enjoy the moments walking on this Earth and give our future generation a path to grow and sustain as well.

Is that why we are flying ourselves to Mars? Perhaps so. Maybe Elon really want to rock the Moon. I’m still struggling a little bit down here in this town, and I’m quite enjoying the solution seeking process, so I’m yet to be so up for going to the Moon yet. But space tourism was promised to be a thing. Perhaps the coronavirus spreading was a warning point of how disposable human lives are to nature and the Earth itself. Indeed, the Earth lives longer than human walking on the surface and building its entire civilization on the merits of natural resources available, therefore the Earth can sustain itself without human intervention, not to mention how the Earth function in accordant with the solar system as well as the entire vast universe is still out of our scope of understanding. Back to space tourism, I think there are a lot of promises.

Yet, even though that the Earth might try to get rid of us all at once due to the overwhelmingly growing population, and detrimental damages we have done, to restore the balances of nature or so, humans would probably resist dangers and continue to live. If the world could really go through fire and electricity, I don’t think it’s intelligent to say that we can’t overcome climate changes, pollution or the current worldwide pandemic. What’s important is that people will always push for boundaries and try to do better than others, hence giving out new solutions to challenging problems..

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