Mon Sep 28, 2015 1:17pm

Both viking landers identified perchlorate 39 years ago, This is BIG NEWS!

  • That'sJim, Mon Sep 28 12:23pm
    The Same As It Everwas.
    • True — tbeech, Mon Sep 28 1:17pm
      • Re: Truealgorithms, Mon Sep 28 11:40pm
        It's an excellent example of thoughtful and diligent science, although, let's face it, the fact that it has taken this long to finally confirm the ephemeral presence of liquid water on Mars only... more
        • Wut?tbeech, Tue Sep 29 4:29pm
          Maybe you should watch the press conference before you comment about what they were speaking of. Nothing you wrote even comes close to the topic of discussion, which was widespread subsurface water.... more
          • Re: Wut?algorithms, Wed Sep 30 7:54pm
            Tim, once again you are exaggerating. In fact, the science team admits that they have yet to determine the source of the liquid water that they believe caused the streaks. Though subsurface sources... more
            • The hair you split Jim, Thu Oct 1 3:02am
              could be you're own. Then you admit too Mars having a relative humidity > 50% = ?
              • You can lead a horse to watertbeech, Thu Oct 1 1:21pm
                But you can't make him drink statically charged soil.
                • but you can't make him drink the bone dry dustalgorithms, Thu Oct 1 8:52pm
                  Just keeping you honest Tim. It's great that we finally found evidence that suggests the intermittent and ephemeral presence of liquid water in rare locations on Mars. But the amount of liquid water... more
                  • The worm has turnedtbeech, Fri Oct 2 7:03am
                    Occam's razor tells us this is mud. Common sense tells us this is life. NASA tells us this is possible.
                    • Occam's Razoralgorithms, Fri Oct 2 4:31pm
                      Once again, Mr. Beech, Occam's Razor leads me to conclude that you are off your rocker and not playing with a full deck.
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