Space Exploration versus Ocean Exploration


National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA)

Hundreds of trillions of dollars are filtered into space exploration which provides humans with an opportunity to explore low-Earth orbit and Translunar space in search of answers to our origins, distinguish life on other planets, and colonization on Mars. Space exploration has further provided satellites, telescopes, the ISS [International Space Station], and data which helps sustain our armed forces when protecting our country. NASA [National Aeronautics and Space Administration], together with their constituents, have paved the way into 21st Century technology and living across our nation and with all of this money invested into space exploration, one has to wonder why we are spending so much in space when we could invest into ocean exploration. Ocean exploration does not require lift off from our planet, rather, it allows us to go deep under water and explore unknown territory in search of answers pertaining to climate change, global warming, cleaning carbon dioxide from our environment, and maintaining proper mollusk supplies to decrease the chances of world hunger if the situation became an exceptional scenario. Continue reading