Most Americans, and particularly those in the aerospace field, are excited about Curiosity's success thus far on Mars. Indeed, NASA and the engineers and scientists at Jet Propulsion Laboratory should be extremely proud. However, such programs may be a misallocation of scarce resources better spent on more important endeavors such as assuring the survival of the human race through a methodical program designed to lead to the permanent human presence in space. Whether or not Mars ...
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