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Argument: Mars can be terraformed, while Moon cannot

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==Parent debate== ==Parent debate==
*[[Debate: Mission to the Moon or Mars?]] - con argument. *[[Debate: Mission to the Moon or Mars?]] - con argument.
 +* [[Debate: Terraforming Mars]] - pro argument.
==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
[http://www.geocities.com/marsterraforming/terraforming.html "First step in terraforming Mars." On to Mars]: "When we compare our moon to Mars, we see that Mars is much easier to terraform then the Moon. The moon's 28 day day-night cycle is unsupportable for plants and isn't comfortable for humans either. Plant growth on a greenhouse on the moon wouldn't be possible either: solar radiation would destroy them and if the greenhouse was made to shield the solar radiation ( a very thick greenhouse ), the temperature differences would kill the plants: Much too hot during day-time, much too cold during the night." [http://www.geocities.com/marsterraforming/terraforming.html "First step in terraforming Mars." On to Mars]: "When we compare our moon to Mars, we see that Mars is much easier to terraform then the Moon. The moon's 28 day day-night cycle is unsupportable for plants and isn't comfortable for humans either. Plant growth on a greenhouse on the moon wouldn't be possible either: solar radiation would destroy them and if the greenhouse was made to shield the solar radiation ( a very thick greenhouse ), the temperature differences would kill the plants: Much too hot during day-time, much too cold during the night."

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"First step in terraforming Mars." On to Mars: "When we compare our moon to Mars, we see that Mars is much easier to terraform then the Moon. The moon's 28 day day-night cycle is unsupportable for plants and isn't comfortable for humans either. Plant growth on a greenhouse on the moon wouldn't be possible either: solar radiation would destroy them and if the greenhouse was made to shield the solar radiation ( a very thick greenhouse ), the temperature differences would kill the plants: Much too hot during day-time, much too cold during the night."

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