Please have some comments about grammar as well as word uses.Should government spend as much as possible exploring outer space?
Although outer space explore provides us unprecedented knowledge that can change our life, I still believe that it is much more important to spend money for basic needs on earth than it is to spend much on inexpedient project like outer space explore. While many social and environmental problems are unsolved, the notion of spending as much as possible exploring outer space remains suspicious.
To human beings, space explore is somewhat not only captivate but also useful. It helps us to predict potential threatening such as asteroid strike and black hole. Furthermore, space research provides us a lot of knowledge. With those reasons, spending as much as possible exploring outer space sounds quite rational, but in contemporary world, if we look at another aspect - people's basic needs - we will perceive that those needs should be the top government's priority.
While somebody is curiously looking at very far stars, on this earth, somewhere that is very near us still not have any hospital or school. Some poor people live there even do not have essential resource to survive. With the huge cost for outer space explore, governments can help thousands people overcome bad situations efficiently. Once societies are benefit from the expense of governments, social improvement will lead to the economic growth, the development of many countries and lots of other benefits. Without economic improvement, I wonder how scientists have more budgets to do their so-called appealing research on outer space.
Obviously, not every issue related to social problems has been examined, what I leave for further understanding is your very own perceptions. I personally cannot deny profits that outer space explore provides; however, a human has something more important than earning knowledge, it is humaneness, it is your care to others. With everything I have discussed above, I undoubtedly support the notion of not spending much exploring space, at least in our world's current situations.