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Which opinion has strong support? A. The ISS project extends our knowledge of the solar system. B. Space programs expand our ability to study the Earth and ourselves. C. We simply cannot continue these useless experiments. We Must Continue to Fund the International Space Station (ISS) Project This program fosters understanding among the nations of the world. It also extends our knowledge of the solar system. The ISS is a worldwide effort to promote science. Information is shared among all countries. This effort helps us reach across borders to encourage cooperation with other nations. Space Programs Expand Our Ability to Study the Earth and Ourselves Space programs expand our ability to study the Earth and ourselves. We can observe air and water pollution patterns. We can conduct material and life science experiments. Some of these experiments may help us cure diseases such as osteoporosis. Other experiments involve the schools. These projects, such as the study of seed growth, spark student interest in science. The space program encourages us to search beyond the frontiers of current knowledge. We now know more about Mars thanks to the space program. Yes, space programs are expensive, but the money we spend on these programs will help decide our future. Funding for Space Exploration Must Stop Research funding for space exploration must stop. We simply cannot continue these useless experiments. The space programs encourage science-fiction-type projects. I’ve heard that scientists’ solution to overpopulation is to build human colonies on Mars. If they do, the rich will be the ones who live there. The rest of us will be left here to die. Space exploration is a little like Columbus and the New World. The powerful countries just need new territory, so they can take the resources—just as they did on this planet.

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    this is long.........!!! :O what we need to tell exactly

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    idek man

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    Go with A...... sounds good to me

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    ok thank you

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