So get on building your own so we can see how it's done right.
The real question is that, if they can get it online, can they update the software to correct the problem?
What makes you think this magical treatment (which doesn't exist, and may never exist) will be available to everyone? Life extension/immortality would easily become the most valuable thing on earth. It would sell for a fortune, be used for political and financial gain, and generally be restricted to the super rich.
There won't be a population problem because the majority would be allowed to die.
If you think kids are mindless automatons that are incapable of thinking for themselves I'd invite you to smash your own head in with a brick. No really, that's world class idiocy that nobody needs and I'm sick to death of useless people who see kids as devices that require constant reprogramming.
Kids today have access to more information now than anyone from any previous generation. While some of them will give out lazy answers and make no effort, there are some who will definitely try to make an informed decision. No amount of promoting will change this.
There isn't really a need to worry about that. Mars One won't even make it off the ground, much less Mars.
Mars One's plan is to continue to siphon money until everyone else figures out it's a scam.
The problem is that you think he builds middle class products. He hasn't done that, even though he keeps telling us it's coming. Nothing he has achieved with his current enterprise has been designed to do anything other than line his pockets and provide better quality of life for the 1%.
Elon on the fast track to developing more things that only benefit the already rich.
Congratulations, you just listed off all the features regular consumers do not care about.
Even when you have the skills for a good job, you learn quite rapidly that the job you land can suck pretty hard. Worse, you wind up playing employment hopscotch for quite some time trying to find a job that doesn't suck. The moral? Be prepared to be disappointed by your chosen career. Unless you're one of the blessed few, it's not going to be roses and sunshine.
We're so busy trying to play the blame game that nobody has actually asked the young girls what they want to do with their lives.
It all goes by the wayside if your first experience with a game is crashing servers. Skylines didn't have that problem - even if some of it was a bit cryptic it got straight to the fun.
Skylines did so well because it focused specifically on player experience and fun rather than methods to maximize how much they can siphon out of your wallet. If you don't own it yet, but like city builders, you're missing out.
Every kid who has ever played a video game decides they want a career making video games. Unfortunately the first time they have to do any serious work (read: learning the basics of programming) they stop trying.
Playing games preps you for a career in programming as much as driving a car preps you for being a mechanic.