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Unformatted text preview: Every year, newspapers flash with news of a latest space exploration t riumph or disaster. This calls into question whether governments should be spending billions of dollars on exploring outer space. In my opinion, t he main goal of a government is to solve basic problems of the society; thus, governments should not waste their money on space exploration but should spend money attending to peoples pressing, unfulfilled basic needs and the ravaged environment in order to sustain normal activity of a state and its citizens, as well as to provide basic standards of living for its population To start with, saving human lives is definitely more imperative than exploring outer space. This is clearly evident when one ponders that a countless number of people are dying at this very moment because of an extreme shortage of fundamental necessities of life, such as food, medicine, and clean dinking of an extreme shortage of fundamental necessities of life, such as food, medicine, and clean drinking water. clean drinking water....
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course BUSSINESS 221242 taught by Professor Michaeldouglas during the Spring '10 term at Georgia Perimeter.
- Spring '10