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NASA Researchers Say There ARE Microbes on Mars!!!

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  • NASA Researchers Say There ARE Microbes on Mars!!!

    Wow! Two NASA researchers tell the bigwigs [link=http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/mars_life_050216.html]they think there is microbial life on Mars now![/link]
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    Or maybe someone took a dump? (Methane).

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Theocrat
      Or maybe someone took a dump? (Methane).
      Exactly. :lol:

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        No Warriors, Blades or Barbarians though... :?
        'You know, I can't keep up with you. If I hadn't met you in person, I quite honestly would NOT believe you really existed. I just COULDN'T. You do so MUCH... if half of what goes into your zines is to be believed, you've read more at the age of 17 than I have at the age of 32 - LOTS more'

        Archie Mercer to Mike (Burroughsania letters page, 1957)

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        • #5
          Neat stuff. I'm of the mind that there is probably life all over the Cosmos, though it is likely that most of it may exist on different scales from ourselves. Still, it would be interesting if microbial life could be found. I'd be interested in seeing what kind of building blocks it would use, and whether its similar or vastly different than microbial life here.
          Yuki says, "Krimson used to be known as Kommando, but he rarely uses that name anymore. Sometimes he appears as Krimson Gray as well. Do not be confused, he still loves cats and bagels."

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          • #6
            Of course, the more you look at anything, the more you will see, and space provides more to look at than we have eyes or time to look. Just as our definition of what a planet is has become a lot hazier with improved telescopes, the same thing is bound to happen to our definition of life as we send out more and better probes.
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            • #7
              I suspect some earlier visitor dropped a used hankie or two, and there you get your Marsian bacteria.
              Google ergo sum

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