Any evidence of the microgravity issue?No, Mars isn't habitable. Microgravity is being shown to have negative affects on the brain, heart and eyes. and that's just a few of the issues besides the long-term radiation exposure both traveling TO Mars let alone trying to live there. As far as we know, nothing currently lives on the surface of Mars, Might be water and microorganisms under ground, but who can guess whether or not those would kill us
Maybe someday - when science catches uo with science-fiction, but I don't see in happening in my lifetime.
Any evidence of the microgravity issue?
I've heard talk about probing UranusBUT I have NEVER heard of any suggestion that it might be possible for humans to colonize it.
All bollocksBut the idea of colonizing Mars I have heard a lot about, for well as long as I can remember - all kinds of theories on how (with some actual scientific base behind them)
And quite a few theories that suggest originally man came from Mars, and colonized earth when Mars started to REALLY become uninhabitable - so it is it least possible by going back, you are really fixing issues VERY ancient man (but possessing technology that got lost) caused, and re-claim the original home. (Just a thought) now because we messed up earth - fast-forward about 10,000 - 100,000 years, maybe same deal, but back to earth
You just had to get us back on Uranus, didn't you?(See, possible huge continuous circle.)