With all the problems in the world today, spending money on space exploration is a complete waste. The money could be better spent on other causes.
Nations after nations, every day, every year, celebrates its achievements in
However, it is now the time to question how meaningful these blasts are.
Thisessay aims to explain why it is questionable.
First, until all urgent and important matters of the globe have been solved, money bumped on
explorationis meaningless. It is not a common sense at all to invest millions of dollars researching and producing foods for astronauts (for
the space exploration purpose
explorationpurpose), while every day thousands of people are starving.
Furthermore, the discovery of outer
spaceonly serves a
minorgroup of people if the majority
are even notwell-educated. Those in rural areas or
is not even
is even not
third-world nations do no even know how to prevent common threatening diseases
suchas AIDS and lung cancer.
Then, some may argue that the purpose of
areto discover new lands, new energy resources or to deter
the potential threat
a potential threat
Nevertheless, is it effective to do so while other alternatives are available? Lands on earth are no yet effectively used. New energy resources (e.g.
solarand nuclear energy)
have not yet beenwidely-used. Threats of plagues have not yet been deterred. All of these tasks that haven’t been tackled yet require money.
has not yet been
That iswhy costly
spacediscovery programs are a waste of resources. In a nutshell, people should only invest in
explorationprovided that urgent and important matters mentioned earlier in
thisessay have been solved.
Also, purposes of
explorationcampaigns should be studied carefully and other alternatives should be considered before the money is wasted.
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