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ZA Architects Propose an Underground Colony on Mars

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With the advent of technologies such as 3D printers that can operate in space and genetically engineered brick-forming bacteria, the idea of building a colony of Mars no longer seem so far-fetched. The German firm, ZA Architects is proposing plans for a large, underground network of caverns to begin the population of the Red Planet. Relying primarily on robots, the machines will pave the way for humans to eventually live on Earth’s neighbor.

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    Don’t do this! It will turn out wrong, this is exactly the wrong thing to do. The water…..
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    I hadn’t thought of that, 3D printing makes the Red/Blue/Green Mars books a little more realistic.
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