I would totally go but when it comes to living there no
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While it would be awesome, being one of the first settlers on Mars would be a grueling experience. Even with the advanced technology that would be brought on the trip, settlers would still be basically starting at square one in terms of civilization. Life would be a day-in, day-out struggle to keep even the most basic needs humans have to survive up an running. And that's with supply runs coming from Earth. Then there's the issue of radiation, as Mars doesn't have a magnetosphere to protect itself from solar radiation, there's a good chance most early settlers would end up living significantly shortened lives even with proper shielding and/or other anti-radiation techniques. To put it simply: life on Mars is really friggin hard, and it'll take many years for it to be even as close as hospitable as it is on Earth.
It's definitely a wondrous idea and one I truly hope people will be able to do at some point, but I'm relatively happy on our cushy world for the time being, that is until Mars gets terraformed.1