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Mars a water world?


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#16    stillcrazy

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Posted 08 March 2004 - 06:50 PM

Just a silly thought. It would be interesting if NASA finds the primary building blocks for life on Mars. It would really be interesting to find that we shared those building blocks.  That would open the door to us earthlings being from mars and had to migrate to another suitable planet for our survival. That could explain a lot of prehistoric and ancient ruins.  


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Posted 08 March 2004 - 06:53 PM

I don't think humanoid life have such a remote chance of evolving elsewhere. In the end, form is slave to function and function is dictated by the environment. Take a look at fish, ichythosaurs and dolphins. All three are different types of animals and yet all three shared the similar forms because they share similar environments. So I wouldn't be surprised to see similar shaped creatures evolving in some ocean elsewhere.

Thus it is quite possible that alien land animals could be tetrapods as well.


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Posted 08 March 2004 - 08:22 PM

Just think though that if mars had water, and may still have in some parts, what about martian microbes? If they still exist, who knows what they could do to the human body, yet alone what would happen if people did land their and get sick from them?  


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Posted 14 March 2004 - 02:50 AM

I saw this thing on tv a little while ago. They said that in many of the rocks that where around where the water was has some kind of special chemical in it ( cant remember wich one though). This chemical can only be formed in water, but water with this chemical in it is very uninhabitable. On Earth only a very select fiew specias of micro organisims can survive in this chemical. So this brings down the possibility of mars having life on it. Also they dont know exactly how much water there was, could be a huge body of water or could have been just a pond.

And for anyone who dosent know, mars does have water on it currently, it has polar ice caps on the north and south poles.

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Posted 15 March 2004 - 07:02 PM

it wouldent matter still we cant settel on and planet or moon in the solar system cause of the way those planets ahve dangerous gas in the air same with mars





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