Is there life on Mars?
Sun Oct 4, 2015 7:58am

Based upon the latest science: Is there life on Mars?

Key Excerpts:

The prospect of it still being there is slim but not impossible.

For there to be life, there needs to be liquid water. Evidence for that has been growing and earlier this week Nasa seemed to have the the strongest evidence yet that some is still there - albeit in small amounts.

Current life on Mars is a remote possibility because Mars is harsh, dry and bombarded with radiation, but it is a prospect that will whet the appetite of those planning future missions to a world that becomes more intriguing with each new set of results.

If life does exist on Mars, it is most likely to be below the surface.

    • Is Mars habitable?tbeech, Sun Oct 4 3:07pm
      Donald, 18 years ago when I argued that the salts found in the soil by viking could allow liquid water to exist on the surface of Mars, you called me an idiot. I believe your exact words were: "only... more
      • Not very busyalgorithms, Sat Nov 7 6:14pm
        Sure doesn't look like the "Martian Lifeforms" forum has gotten particularly busy. The only posts there are your own. Just checked on your YouTube video and I guess it's going viral at 19 views...LOL
      • Re: Is Mars habitable?algorithms, Sun Oct 4 7:50pm
        Only an idiot would think those obvious rocks on Mars are living creatures, only an idiot. For the record, I've never called anyone an idiot for believing that small amounts of liquid water are... more
        • Good gawdalgorithms, Sat Oct 24 2:16pm
          I just saw Tim Beech's YouTube video where he runs around proclaiming that obvious rocks on Mars are shells with animals in them. I had hoped he was long past this childish nonsense, but apparently... more
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