There might be some issues in the long term for the Martian atmosphere due to the lack of the magnetic field, it is with the help of the addition of a thicker atmosphere that some of the short-term dangers of the unprotected planet would be mitigated. From the violent solar activity and solar radiation the atmosphere would act as a buffer, in same way in which the thick atmosphere protects the surface of Venus (Atreya and Wong 2007). The possibility of creating a sort of second Earth by terraforming Mars is both fascinating and romantic. However, there is an inevitable negative part associated with the same. There is a possibility that there might be some sort of primitive life present on mars of which we are not aware about as of now, in cases like that true Martians would die by introducing an artificial atmosphere. Moreover, another aspect which must be taken into consideration is that the act of reshaping the solar system so as to fulfill our own needs might be considered a selfish act. In the natural universe, turning Mars and other planets is very unnatural. It might be considered by many that we are trying to act as God by reshaping the solar system so as to fit our needs. It is from the ancient past that men has been trying to get hold of a position which is central in the whole universe; however this was increasingly a lost cause as science progressed (Graham 2004). In the greater universe, humans don’t hold a central position in the universe and at the same time our galaxy, solar system and Earth also doesn’t hold a special position. As pointed out by Darwin, we are simply too arrogant to think enough of who we are; we aren’t sent for a special purpose by a divine creator.