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  • Ive got a doctor that does that already. Not very pleasant!!
  • Just as long as we aren't wiped out by meteorite or bombs or something or suffer de-evolution or something else that could lower our mental capacity to do such things.
  • We go futher and further every day, and we learn more as well, each time. Uranus is not very hospitable, but, yes, I do see the day when we will be able to study the planet in a more detailed fashion. It is a very intriguing planet. And, if you read below, technically, it has already been probed, in a sense, but I am sure that wont be the last time. * Voyager 2 is an unmanned interplanetary spacecraft launched on August 20, 1977. Identical in form to its sister Voyager program craft, Voyager 1, Voyager 2 followed a slower trajectory that allowed it to be kept in the ecliptic (the plane of the Solar System) so that it could be sent to Uranus and Neptune by means of gravity assist during the 1981 encounter at Saturn. Voyager 2 is perhaps the most productive space probe yet deployed, visiting four planets and their moons, including two primary visits to previously unexplored planets, with powerful cameras and a multitude of scientific instruments, at a fraction of the money later spent on specialized probes such as the Galileo spacecraft and the Cassini-Huygens probe. Along with Pioneer 10, Pioneer 11, Voyager 1 and New Horizons, Voyager 2 is an interstellar probe. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voyager_2
  • Definitely. We will have the technolgy in the same year saying Uranus is no longer funny,
  • only with a glove and Kentucky Jelly
  • No man is coming even close to my anus!
  • It was done by someone I met a couple of years ago....a Gastroenterologist.
  • Besides my doctor, no man has ever probed mine. Yet... As for the planet, yeah, sure we will. It'll take some time for man to create technology sufficient enough to do it, but short of a wipe-humans-off-the-face-of-the-earth-just-like-the-dinosaurs type meteorite we should get there.
  • There is already a major slice of the porn industry already dedicated to probing Uranus.
  • By the comment "are you on drugs" I meant you can't possibly be thinking I was being serious. I slagged off paris hilton saying the apocolypse would be worth it to stop her. a warped sense of humour.
  • No, Uranus is boring and too far away!
  • Why would we want to? There are far more beneficial places to probe
  • no man has ever probed MY anus!
  • Most likely in about 15 years when I turn 45.
  • Yes, because we keep stretching what we think are our limits, so there really aren't any in space exploration. Except, maybe for the money, materials and design of space programs, probes, vehicles, etc.
  • Aliens have already been there!!!
  • A man will never probe mine,or a woman.
  • No MAN will probe MINE.
  • It is a very intriguing planet but i wouldnt think its top of the priority list
  • I already have. It was a mighty voyage.
  • Sounds painful
  • no.. im using it!
  • Forget toilet humor... 1) "In 1986, NASA's Voyager 2 visited Uranus. This visit is the only attempt to investigate the planet from a short distance and no other visits are currently planned. Launched in 1977, Voyager 2 made its closest approach to Uranus on January 24, 1986, coming within 81 500 kilometers of the planet's cloudtops, before continuing its journey to Neptune. Voyager 2 studied structure and chemical composition of the atmosphere, discovered 10 new moons and studied the planet's unique weather, caused by its axial tilt of 97.77°; and examined its ring system. It also studied the magnetic field, its irregular structure, its tilt and its unique corkscrew magnetotail brought on by Uranus's sideways orientation. It made the first detailed investigations of its five largest moons, and studied all nine of the system's known rings, discovering two new ones." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uranus Further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exploration_of_Uranus 2) "Because Uranus has the lowest escape velocity of the four gas giants, it has been proposed as a mining site for helium-3. If human supervision of the robotic activity proved necessary, one of Uranus' natural satellites might serve as a base. An alternative is to place floating cities in its atmosphere. Saturn and Neptune could be suitable as well, but Jupiter would likely not be, due to its high gravity, escape velocity, and radiation." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonization_of_the_outer_Solar_System#Uranus
  • Jeeze,.. I hope not yo...
  • LOL a mans worth is graded on this opportunity.
  • no. but i am game for a woman.
  • yeagh but it will take a 500 cetruy for that
  • I believe it's already happening.
  • Not if I've anything to do with it!

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