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This is a somewhat long video of a potential terraforming project of the entire solar system including terraforming Mars, Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune using a space simulator called Universe Sandbox 2.
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Btw, we could never Colonize Jupiter after we terraformed it. Jupiter is the only reason Earth isn’t bombarded with asteroids as we speak. Soooo building cities and having humans on Jupiter would be a nightmare.
I would like to point out that Humans can't survive in ridiculously high pressures either. If anything, we'd get crushed. Why do you think we can't step foot on Venus in the first place or even send rovers for long? Also, you're incorrect about the oceans in stating the pressure is 'too low', it's actually too high. Humans on average cannot survive in more than 10 atmospheres of pressure. Also if the pressure is too low, we don't get crushed, we explode, thus the reason we wear space suits out in space.
The Sun That's just a ruse created by the government to convince humans to move to the planet so that they'd be sent to their deaths. Statistics show that 100% of humans have died on Earth, which means it's NOT habitable. Wake up, America.
can you also add another possibly existential sun (preferably a red dwarf star) with the hint of a Dyson swarm/sphere around such red star, (maybe humans of this system have evolved faster past the need of such red star radiation, and find it an incredible resource boon if the could "makeshift" harness the resources if not solar energy of such a red sun), effectively being a binary star system, or even a triple star system still with my interests at heart, along with Terraforming the other planets in the Solar System, like in this video, that is with your permission respectively, please. I'm really interested on how Mars and Venus would turn out. also on how a second Sun played a part in evolution on other planets, and also on how habitable the gas giants become. well irrespective of the actual unknown limits of the universe, I would like to see the limits of the Solar system in this hi-tech simulation, due to the curious mentions of *Terraforming* . Thank you, and I hope this reaches you.
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