Space – What is out there?

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Outer space is somewhere humans haven’t been able to conquer – as of yet. We sent men to the moon, but they didn’t go again. Why? Perhaps they realised we couldn’t live on there, as it is only made out of rock and has no air to breathe. I do wonder why we didn’t go back. Perhaps we did, and we haven’t been informed of the trip.

We are moving into the realms of a future, which is terrifying. Computers, more like robots, in a position of power. It has moon jumped towards us. I have noticed on televisions now, a computerised voice will introduce a show. Especially if it is a Sci-Fi. I love to watch Star Trek, Back to the Future, Star Wars.

In Japan, mostly, there are robots, which have more intelligence than most humans. Computers have the capacity to think for themselves. We have driverless cars. I’m not sure I like all of this to happen in my lifetime.

We have damaged the earth, although we haven’t looked at the space under the sea. We don’t understand what is there, because unless we can sort out the immense pressure, we can only dive down so far. Which is good, because at least we can’t ruin that as well.

We don’t know what is in space, not really. Would I like us to find out? Would you?

Published by writerravenclaw

I am a fifty something mother of two grown up children, and one beautiful grandchild. I have been married for nearly thirty-four years. My first book was published ten years ago. I wrote my book Sticks and Stones because of my experience of being bullied at school.

8 thoughts on “Space – What is out there?

  1. I am also fascinated by outer space, Diana. I think it is actually easier to explore outer space, than it is to get to the extreme depts of our oceans, because of the increased pressures there. Eventually all life on Earth will cease to exist and exploring space gives humans another chance for our species to survive. I agree with you that we also need to concentrate on not destroying the Earth. Thanks for participating and I loved your post.

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  2. Did you know we’ve actually been to the moon like 6 times? (We as in humanity) That blew my mind because you only ever hear about the first time. I live for the day we walk on Mars, I can’t wait to see what we find out there.

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    1. I think there will come a time when we can, everything changes over time. When I was young computers weren’t even thought about. Not in the way they are now. If we told our younger selves they would not even have the basic understanding.

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