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A Year On Mars. Was it worth it?
« on: 23/11/2005 11:51:44 »
I say yes.

Thanks to the effort of some good folks, not blinded by the official pseudoscience:
Mars Alive [nofollow]
 
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Re: A Year On Mars. Was it worth it?
« Reply #1 on: 23/11/2005 19:53:50 »
Are you from Del Monte?
 

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Re: A Year On Mars. Was it worth it?
« Reply #2 on: 24/11/2005 01:35:05 »
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Originally posted by Solvay_1927

Are you from Del Monte?


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Re: A Year On Mars. Was it worth it?
« Reply #3 on: 08/12/2005 23:20:56 »
Well does that also point to the possibilities of other planets having microbial life, still reckon the chances are close to Zero to even contemplating Human life on Mars though.
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Re: A Year On Mars. Was it worth it?
« Reply #4 on: 26/12/2005 10:47:15 »
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Originally posted by AlphBravo
the chances are close to Zero to even contemplating Human life on Mars though.
I am  not sure you understand how the chances are calculated on that site.
Certainly it must be not Human, but Marsman life.

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