Genetically Augment May Be Needed In Humans Inorder To Survive In Mars

By Arnab Banerjee | Mar 21, 2017 10:24 AM EDT

Mars has been the matter of interest to the different scientists all across the world for past there or four decades. After exploring some areas of the 'Red Planet' few scientists suggested that there was a trace of life on this planet. This report made many scientists very excited. Scientists also started to wonder if humans could live on this planet. A recent report says that if humans try to live on the 'Red Planet' then a small genetic augment will be needed in order to survive. 

It is a known fact that when it comes to the travelling to space the excitement among the people is really high. 
SpaceX has confirmed that, if everything goes right without any kind of problems then travelling on the planet mars will be possible by the year of 2025. But according to the NASA, the mission may kick off on 2033. Though travel to Mars will be possible with the help of technology in a couple of decades but the main problem lies in Human. Scientists really doubt if human bodies are capable to co-op with the atmosphere of the 'Red Planet'.

A recent paper published by Konrad Szocik of University of Information Technology and Management, Poland has confirmed that there is no chance human will survive on the planet Mars. It is mandatory to make a slight change in the human genes in order to survive on the 'Red Planet'.

This statement may be concerning to humans who are really interested in the travelling. Different doctors doubted that the genetic change may have the long-term effect on the humans. But recently, scientists have confirmed that the genetic changes will not have any negative impact on humans. At the same time, humans will be able to co-op with the atmosphere with proper training.

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