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March 25, 2017

I AM GARGLON THE GREAT FROM PLANET ZARNUFF

GREETINGS EARTHLINGS

posted by garglon the great at 8:45 PM EDT | Discussion (0)

March 17, 2017

Alien Worm on Mars?

Searching for life on Mars!

Alien Worm on Mars?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dODb5cYcI2E

Curiosity Right Mastcam (M-100)
Original RAW Image From NASA :
[link]

Thanks for Watching, Please Share and Subscribe!

posted by Mars Alive at 12:46 PM EDT | Discussion (2)

March 17, 2017

Marsian atmosphere

Probably you are all wondering how Mars has lost it's Earth-kind atmosphere.

Story looks to be pretty simple:
Process of global warming has caused a stretching of Marsian atmosphere up. Upper atmosphere became under lower influence of planet's gravity and solar wind has done a rest.

The same looks to be going on now on Earth. In far future, Earth will be looking like Mars today, and Mars will be looking like Mercury or our Moon (no atmosphere at all).

What do you think about my theory ?

posted by Tuomas Vavrusko at 5:22 AM EDT | Discussion (1)

March 2, 2017

MARS - Hidden Agenda

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBICMPIIimo

Hi, all, new and all that.

I did this video a while ago, and eventhough a good part of it, is natural or an illusion, some is legit.

I scour through Curiosity images constantly, and will probably post updates here.

Thankyou.

Cool

posted by Tmcom at 10:01 AM EDT | Discussion (0)

March 2, 2017

MARS - Hidden Agenda

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBICMPIIimo

Hi, all, new and all that.

I did this video a while ago, and eventhough a good part of it, is natural or an illusion, some is legit.

I scour through Curiosity images constantly, and will probably post updates here.

Thankyou.

Cool

posted by Tmcom at 10:00 AM EDT | Discussion (2)

February 28, 2017

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posted by marinamars at 9:11 PM EDT | Discussion (0)

February 28, 2017

Did Perchlorate Foil Carbonate Detection?

For four years Martian perchlorate foiled detection of abundant organics by Curiosity rover. Martian perchlorate also decomposed calcium carbonate into CO2 during mass spectrometry tests by the Phoenix lander. Curiosity rover uses CheMin instrument to detect minerals on Mars but fails to detect carbonates. The temperature in CheMin's sample cells sometimes reaches tens of degrees C. In view of the low atmospheric pressure on Mars, the omnipresent perchlorate and the temperature in the sample cell, is it possible that perchlorate decomposed carbonates into CO2 in the sample cells of the CheMin instrument?

Note 1: Calcium sulfate converts into anhydrite around 170 degrees C on Earth. But laboratory experiments indicate that on Mars with its low atmospheric pressure, calcium sulfate naturally converts into anhydrite below zero degrees C.
Note 2: Perchlorate on Mars: [link]

posted by Faceless at 3:42 AM EDT | Discussion (0)

February 19, 2017


February 17, 2017

Organics Found on Ceres

Los Angeles Times report:
[link]

posted by Faceless at 1:06 AM EDT | Discussion (19)

February 13, 2017

Mars 2020 Landing Site Finalists

http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/02/jezero-crater-most-popular-scientific-target-mars-nasa-s-2020-rover

Top 3 choices of landing site for Mars 2020 rover:

1. Jezero Crater.
2. NorthEast Syrtis.
3. Columbia Hills!

The third choice, Columbia Hills, is where the Spirit rover found evidence of hot springs.

Eberwalde, Mawrth, etc., gone!

posted by Barsoomer at 8:33 PM EDT | Discussion (0)

January 30, 2017

Happy Birthday Oppy

What? No birthday wishes as Oppy turns 13 today!! What a milestone!!

[link]

posted by rlewis at 7:05 PM EDT | Discussion (0)

January 30, 2017

Happy Birthday Oppy

What? No birthday wishes as Oppy turns 13 today!! What a milestone!!

[link]

posted by rlewis at 7:05 PM EDT | Discussion (5)

January 11, 2017

Numerous Biotic Organics on Mars

Two points in brief:
1. See the "X-ray amorphous" portions in
http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/2016/mineral-content-comparison-at-two-gale-crater-sites&s=2
and in [link]
2. Most of the "X-ray amorphous" portions are organics undetectable by CheMin but detected by SAM (see [link] )
Explanation:
1. X-ray amorphous material include mostly volcanic glass and organics (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amorphous_solid ).
Data in point 1 shows "X-ray amorphous" portions account for 20% to 75% of the analyzed samples. 20 to 75 percent are very large percentages. So, those percentages cannot be all from meteorites. The "x-ray amorphous" material is unlikely to be mostly volcanic glass, as there is no volcano in Gale Crater, Mars.
2. The organics should have resulted from biology rather than abiogenesis (see [link] )

posted by Faceless at 4:51 AM EDT | Discussion (0)

January 10, 2017

No Need for Sample Return from Mars

There is no need to waste huge money to collect and return samples from Mars, period.
What is needed is simply to ask an anatomist to examine thin sections of Martian meteorites under a microscope. There are many meteorites that originated from Mars (note 1). Those Martian meteorites contain numerous organics (note 2) and fossilized cells and tissues (note 1). An anatomist can easily identify numerous fossilized cells and tissues (note 1) in the Martian meteorites. A biochemist can easily find numerous organics and macromolecules (note 3) in the Martian meteorites. It is easy to prove the fossil tissues in the Martian meteorites are not contamination from Earth. Evidence for the above claims:
Note 1: [link]
Note 2: [link]
Note 3: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murchison_meteorite

posted by Faceless at 3:03 AM EDT | Discussion (2)

January 7, 2017

New South Pole Book

The first visitors to Mars will experience challenges and adventure similar to life at the South Pole station, which you can read about in the new book www.portraitsofthesouthpole.com Razz

posted by John Bird at 2:46 PM EDT | Discussion (0)


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