I mean, I've been here almost half a century. I don't know. It's all gotten so easy, you know? The oxygen, the water, the fruit trees, the Goldilocks zone. Meh. I'm bored. I mean, I've done it all. I've frolicked in green fields. I swam in the oceans and I've flown through blue skies. But the challenge just isn't there anymore.
The earth? It's so... predictable.
So I was looking for recommendations. Mars is oxygen starved, lacks a magnetosphere and the soil is basted in ultra-violet, but somehow Mars seems to Earth-like. Sort of like going from XP to Cinnamon, if you know what I mean. I was thinking, maybe, something along the lines of Titan: vast expanses of methane seas with a surface variance of less than a few millimeters -- methane precipitation and ice that's harder than granite. Or maybe Venus, cloud formations of sulfuric acid and 900 plus degree surface temperatures - but somehow - Venus is just... well... so 20th century.
I've heard there are some startlingly extreme exo-planets, sort of like trying an obscure BSD, Bodhi-Linux or Haiku.
Have you got an extreme exo-planet you can recommend?