The Earth is bigger AND denser than mars, it is almost impossible for the Earth to orbit it, best we can hope for is stopping, and heading the opposite direction. If anything, Mars could be dragged into OUR orbit lol.Hmmm, okay then, what if we managed to instead of crashing it, put it into a binary orbit with Mars? Enormous Amounts of Energy could potentially come from Nuclear Fission or space borne solar power (to harness the full power of solar radiation).
We stockpile energy for a couple of years in huge superbatteries and then use it to propel ourselves toward Mars, slowly but surely. Warnings are issued, and during that time people learn to adapt, all the while on our planetary trip to Mars we're stockpiling more energy.
Finally, as we near Mars, we use that energy to initiate a braking maneuver and set ourselves into a binary orbit around Mars that will allow for easy transport of materials.
But the moon is smaller and less dense than the Earth, that's why it orbits around Earth. So how does Earth orbit around something half it's size?Find an equilibrium point, such as that by which the moon orbits the Earth yet doesn't crash into it?
oNce, I TurNeD On AlL tHe LigHts In mY hOusE aNd Let ThE MosQuItoS iN. TheN I SLEpT OuTsIde, iT'S cAlleD ConFusINg tHe EneMy.What if we used 100% of the brain?
I'm not sure whether this is serious or not, but humans use nearly all of the brain, all of the time. The saying that we only use 10% of our brain is incorrect. An intuitive way to remember this is that if it were really true that we only used 10% of our brains all the time, then any bullet that struck our brain would have a 90% chance of doing no harm, which is clearly untrue.What if we used 100% of the brain?
If an award ceremony starts early, then the grading teams either didn't mess up at all (highly unlikely imo) or they just didn't grade the tests multiple times...If Ladue won nats or an awards ceremony starts early, we'll finally have confirmation that, yes the multiverse theory is real, and yes, a hostile dimension has invaded ours.
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