Since astronomy started to grow under the roofs of science, there has been a lot of speculations on the vast unexplored world that lies in our infinitely big universe. There was a time when even going to the moon was an idea seemingly far-fetched but we through the many years since then we have outshone ourselves in a lot of ways, the new discoveries made every day are simply fascinating. One such discovery made is the possibility of life on Mars, yes you heard it has been now proven that life on Mars is actually possible as portrayed by some shreds of evidence.
Moving to Mars still seems like a rather hasty and a risky idea as stated by Elon Musk, I mean leaving our well-set lives just for the sake of discovering a completely new habitat and also because life on earth will end if we keep living it the way we are currently. We should rather than looking at another planet to live rather focus more on improving the quality of life that we blame here on earth.
Sure this argument of moving to Mars does hold some credibility in its own way, though it is not right away possible, probably in seven years from now as quoted by Elon Musk. For some moving to Mars must some sound like a good idea to get away from their problems here and start a whole new life there. But this idea has sure faced some serious backlash from the sociologists, environmentalists community as they think still the planet inhabits an unknown amount of greenhouse gases in its atmosphere though discovery of an underwater saltwater lake has given rise to hopes still the loss of terraforming plants and the poisonous atmosphere of Mars still makes this idea nothing more but a piece of rational fantasy.