500 years would not be much. If going interplanetary on a planet where we can comfortably stay takes 1000 years it would be good enough. My point is that aslong as we move some people to mars even if they can't live there comfortably then we won't go extinct if something bad happens on earth
And you have completely missed my point. I said that it was a long time because before it is completed, many things could happen. Life wars or economic depression. After all, all our natural resources are about to be used up. It is more than enough a reason for a possible war. There are lot of reason that it won't be allowed to proceed easily.
Where did i say "They're unlikely" in my previous reply? I did not
Look it up. You did. Why are even asking me? You can do it yourself. It was your statement after all.
This is sad but doesn't prove that anti-vaxxers aren't rare. Just proves that a significant enough quantity of them exists. How many anti-vaxxers are there
If there's a significant amount of them, then that means that they are not rare. Anyway, what about 20-25 % of all parents. Are they rare still?
Banning government funding in the US for like 10 years, having religious leaders like the pope being against embryonic stem cell research, and still having "religious activists" working against it . Watch the fucking vids I'm not an expert on this shit
Okay. Since you didn't give another source or not care enough to research it (which is not good move during a debate), I found out an article published back then.
If you read it, you would find that although the opposition was started by 100 anti-aborters, where a portion of them was basing it on religion, it was successful only because they had the support of many doctors. The supporters of that protest include the former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a former surgeon general, director of the Center for Clinical Bioethics at Georgetown University, Washington DC, and a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore.
That protest was successful due to a lack of research and information.
From this, it proves that I was in the right to pull that card of the burden of proof.