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Curiosity's latest discovery proves there is no Life on Mars

 
Anonymous Coward
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11/12/2012 12:32 AM
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Curiosity's latest discovery proves there is no Life on Mars
this kinda puts a damper on hope for life

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11/12/2012 03:42 AM
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Re: Curiosity's latest discovery proves there is no Life on Mars
THIS VIDEO IS WORTH WATCHING, AND IS WORTH ALL YOUR TIME AND ATTENTION...

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11/12/2012 04:02 AM
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Re: Curiosity's latest discovery proves there is no Life on Mars
Methane is lighter than CO2. You might not necessaril;y find much at ground level if little has been produced lately. If it's going to be found in quantity it will be at higher elevations.

With almost no oxygen, life there would be anerobic so theoreticaly there should be lots. The question is what about the seasons? Are we sure we are even in a Martian season that life thrives in, or is it lying mostly dormant waiting for conditions to improve? What I want to know is if it is winter or summer there in that spot right now. Winter goes to -225F. Summer is a nice 70F. I could see life up and running at 70F, dormant and just hanging on at -225.

Who knows what's possible or what might happen with a change of season.
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Re: Curiosity's latest discovery proves there is no Life on Mars
Methane is lighter than CO2. You might not necessaril;y find much at ground level if little has been produced lately. If it's going to be found in quantity it will be at higher elevations.

With almost no oxygen, life there would be anerobic so theoreticaly there should be lots. The question is what about the seasons? Are we sure we are even in a Martian season that life thrives in, or is it lying mostly dormant waiting for conditions to improve? What I want to know is if it is winter or summer there in that spot right now. Winter goes to -225F. Summer is a nice 70F. I could see life up and running at 70F, dormant and just hanging on at -225.

Who knows what's possible or what might happen with a change of season.
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I think it is currently early spring in Mars, wait for summer and perhaps there will be methane.
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11/21/2012 12:06 PM
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Re: Curiosity's latest discovery proves there is no Life on Mars
"...scientists are refusing to reveal its latest finding, merely saying that it is earthshaking.
'This data is gonna be one for the history books. It's looking really good' said John Grotzinger, chief scientist in the Curiosity team, in an interview with NPR."


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