Forgot to mention future robotic mining of Venus for elements like aluminum, iron, titanium, manganese...
Corrosion is well understood and can be handled. Where else (outside of earth) can you find 1G, near earth temperature/air pressure, free energy (solar), radiation shielding, an atmosphere from which you could make water if not air, and a relatively short (6 month) trip away ?! None of those are on Mars. Combine with a skyhook/elevator and drones to fly below the clouds and there are plenty of opportunities for exploration especially of the Maxwell Montes (11km high!) and Maat Mons (highest volcano). And perhaps could become a base to explore Aten/Apohele asteroids.
Much more valid than "Dr. Jill Biden"
On the bounce, while the Roseta is bob, bob, bobbin' along... keep bouncing.
Usually it is all over in 7 minutes. But by then many people could be dead unfortunately.
Your new meme is actually as old as time. And the 80s and 90s were not the "unusually calm" periods you think they were. Obviously you did not live through them and/or are ignorant of history. Not that things are great now and couldn't be better and weren't better years ago.
No doubt it can be defeated with loud recordings played from cell phones, etc. How long before students conspire in many locations to do these simultaneously at dozens of schools, thus making the millions spent wasted?
Note that ageism is an okay form.... and age is not a choice for anyone.
So what's wrong about "feeling different"? She must be an insecure person. Get over it. You are the diversity if you think different (that was Apple's motto wasn't it?). What I want to know is: Do Nursing, Cosmetologist, or Secretarial blogs (or whatever traditionally female predominate occupations you want) fret about the lack of diversity in their industries? Or are only perceived male-dominate industries (like tech) subject to criticism?
or "Cobalt programmers"
Note that there are about 260 hectares in ONE square mile.
Seems like enough chemicals to possibly use for fuel.
I take it back. Admiral Dr. Nicole Lurie is in charge. Supposedly.
Admiral Boris Lushniak (US Surgeon General), Dr. Wanda Jones, and Slvia Burwell would be in charge.
A better, more hospitable place to visit and colonize would be the upper atmosphere above Venus (about 30 miles). This position would offer perfect gravity, plentiful solar energy, nice temperature, good pressure to hold breathable air in place, CO2 and nitrogen for growing plants, natural radiation shielding, materials (silicon, iron, aluminum, magnesium, calcium, potassium, sodium) easily available (a space elevator would help), and several times the available room on Earth. Sure there would be issues avoiding corrosion and you would probably need to bring your own oxygen and water (as you would to Mars), but it is doable. Billions of humans could one day float happily there.