Friday, January 24, 2014

Challenges Facing Mars One and Colonalization of Mars

Zac Trolley was shortlisted for the Mars One Project. He is an engineer from Canada who has a passion for space and space travel.

In this FDA World Democracy Discussion podcast, Mr. Stephen Garvey, Executive Director of the Foundation for Democratic Advancement, interviews Mr. Zac Trolley, who has been shortlisted by the Mars One Project for the first mission to Mars in 2024. Zac is an engineer, and he has a passion for space and space travel. In the podcast, he discusses the challenges facing the Mars One Project and colonization of Mars, including governance and democracy-related issues. In addition, Zac shares his expertise and perspective on the overall mission to Mars. This podcast sheds light on the human condition and issues facing democracy here on Earth, and provides an avenue for hope in a better existence for all. Sit back and enjoy this interesting and at times fascinating interview. For non-mainstream, insightful, and provocative discussion from people working in the field of international politics, listen in or download the FDA podcasts.

Self-introduction of Zac Trolley (Source: mars-one.com)

I am an engineer, technician, futurist, policy critic, video game enthusiast, athlete and future mars colonist. The Mars One mission is a perfect fit to my goal of furthering the human race. I want to put humans on Mars because it is a stepping stone to catapult humans to other solar systems and unimaginable heights. I am hard working, technically competent, emotionally intelligent, physically fit and 100% ready to live my life on Mars.

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