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Power for Martian homes


Have you ever played with the idea that your future generations could be building their homes in Martian soil. Yes, it can be very much possible ........ a house in Mars . How they will they get energy for using it at home and for cutting rocks ??????
The answer could be biofuels. It is believed that a slightly altered cynobacterium may help us to power future Martian homes.
The sunlight which Mars gets is half the amount of sunlight which Earth receives so no any chances of using solar energy as power. Mars has rust , dust and lots of carbondioxide in its environment and carbondioxide can be used by cynobacterium to turn into a biofuel called isobutanol .
This biofuel can help people living in Mars for power. Biofuels can't burn in the carbon atmosphere so the future houses in Mars need to be altered to carry oxygen as well.
Having an inexpensive biofuel can fulfill our dream of our future generations building homes in Martian soil.

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7 Responses to “Power for Martian homes”

lawmacs said...
February 7, 2010 at 7:13 AM

This is very interesting breaking news i would love to see what the future hols on this one for us

February 8, 2010 at 4:27 AM

Great explanation Shabnam. But I think if someone going to live in Mars, s/he have to adopt the power of using CO2 for breath. Lets see what we have for future.

ramaraobobby said...
February 8, 2010 at 1:00 PM

This is interesting!!
Building homes @ Mars and living with Martians?

But, do you think Martians really exist? I think they are just imaginary people coz Mars is not that suitable for human survival. Earth is the only place best suitable to live for Humans. So, better leave other planets. What you say??

One of The Guys said...
February 9, 2010 at 6:49 PM

We may have to inhabit Mars someday. Of course it would be nice if scientists could figure out our energy needs on Earth first!

Cool picture!

fengshuimaster said...
February 10, 2010 at 11:22 AM

Great info shabnam, I am thinking of booking a home in Mars..may be one day that also will become true, isn't it?

ladychef said...
February 10, 2010 at 11:23 AM

Informaion about isobutanol is quite nice, can it be developed in earth itself...or is that costly..?? thanks for sharing much

Ramkumar said...
February 21, 2010 at 10:36 PM

Amazing collection of images, Space has always been an admiration to the humans

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