At it’s closest Mars is just over 56 million kilometres from Earth. If you could walk at a fair pace, say 6 and a half km an hour you could do the Earth to Mars trundle in about 4000 years.
If you had a car and were driving from Earth at a good highway clip at 110 km/h or so, you’d arrive in Mars 228 years after departure.
If a bagpipe bass drone under average tuning conditions is 80 centimetres or so, let’s say a metre, to help my math (and it’s always needed help), then it would take 56 trillion (56,000,000,000) sets of pipes with their bass drones all lined up, to connect Earth to Mars.
You needed to know that.
M. (is for Mars)
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