>are abandoned on mars
>no prefab shelters
>no seeds to grow crops
>5 hours of oxygen left
How do you science the shit out of this? Failure is not an option.
You have to give more descriptions, bro. Is there a spacecraft nearby? Some way out? If not, it's just impossible to get out of the planet, of course. The land isn't fertile either so anybody in that situation would be screwed and would have to just wait for death.
You don't. There's literally nothing you can do with the knowledge we have,expect for laying there and embracing death. But i would also tuck my arms into my suit and give me a last minute wank.
>explore in this option is correct
>meteors where is option to have micro materials or mountain exploration in stone (Higher chance in mountain to find something in stone)
>check shoes on costume it have any micro biology parts
>There is problem with ekosystem 4 options
I_Meteors eko system II_Cave to use closed space maybe find difrent source III_Become humanoid living plant inside skin IIII_Closed space use blood for nutration of micro life.
>Lack of means surgery on myself with elements of ship to use less oxygen and create booble for ekosystem where what i breath for 5 h will be for plants too.
>if my space ship have working electricty i can move on mars to survive on middle side temperature travel + This mean faster grow of plants "theory"
>Use sperm on plants maybe work in someway lol
i'm just guy who watched lot of scf and that's all
i forgot to mention >proably kill myself because of being alone
Oxygen is not all that hard to get on Mars. The soil is rich in nitrates and perchlorates, which can be exothermically decomposed to release elemental oxygen (and oxides of nitrogen, which can be further separated, or used to synthesize storable oxidizers like N204). There are also oxides, such as sodium oxide, which can easily be made into peroxides.
Thermal energy is readily available with lightweight fresnel lenses or focusing mirrors. Since the Mars wind never gets worse than an Earth breeze, you can set up large, elaborate light-focusing systems on simple frames without them blowing over. There's also little worry of corrosion.
Large stores of chemical energy can also be made with simple equipment, by taking advantage, for example, of the iron oxide cycle, which can be used to make a water-splitting fuel using only the high temperatures of focused sunlight in open air, and material abundant on Mars:
Living on Mars with a small amount of relatively simple and maintainable equipment is possible.
Of course, none of that has any relevance to OP's idiotic scenario of a guy somehow ending up on Mars with absolutely nothing to work with and 5 hours of air.
> Living on Mars with a small amount of relatively simple and maintainable equipment is possible.
How do you maintain a life suit though ? Is there a way to make good quality plastic from easily obtainable material ?
You don't necessarily need a soft plastic suit. You could make a rigid mini-vehicle all out of metal and glass, interacting with the outside world through magnetically-coupled waldoes, or using much cruder flexible sealed linkages than what you'd need for a good set of gloves.
It's not like soft pressure suits give you a lot of fine dexterity.
>You find yourself trapped on the inside ledge of a volcano
>The rock wall is slanted towards you and cannot be climbed
>You have zero tools or materials and will burn up and die within the hour
How do you Science The Shit Out Of This, /sci/?