Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Will you Take your Genealogy to Mars? #georgiapioneerscom #genealogy

Will you Take your Genealogy to Mars?

Space XThere is talk of preparations to establish colonies on Mars as billions of US dollars go to fund the Space-X project of Elon Musk. Musk predicts a permanent base on Mars by the year 2028. The plan is that before that year, robots will be transported to Mars to construct communities. Going to Mars is no longer science-fiction. So, I ask you this question. "If you should go, would you personally take the records of your family and ancestors?" "And, what if you do not and the records of Earth families are forever lost?" It is interesting to note the keen interest of so many people in finding the ancestors. When I was growing up, the Internet was unknown. But the Internet is a mechanical process subjected to hackers from foreign countries and some serious privacy issues yet unsettled. Data gets lost, sold, re-tabulated, and used for nefarious purposes. Tomorrow, the Internet could be gone. We have already lost many irretrievable records due to natural disasters and wars. Thus, the projection of our own descendants ending up on Mars is not too far-fetched. And, it may be that the memory of the human family on Earth would lay in the hands of a few people who trace their genealogy and privately preserve information. Think about it. Latest Space-X updates



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