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Erroneous News: Mars Too Dry for Life

 
Wretch Fossil
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Erroneous News: Mars Too Dry for Life
Many news media report that Mars was too dry for life and was wet for no more than 5,000 years in 4.5 billion years (Ref. 1). That is a big error. The fact is that Mars was wet for at least one billion years and inhabited by humans.

Dr. Tom Pike and his team looked for clays in the “soil” samples of Martian surface. They never thought the samples they saw in AFM are in fact cellular fossils, which usually do not contain clays. No wonder they found no clay and came to wrong conclusion. To substantiate my claim, here is an AFM image of the Martian “soil” particle examined by the team of Dr. Tom Pike: [link to www.wretch.cc]
Source of image: [link to www.nbi.ku.dk]
Earthly skeletal muscle fiber for comparison:
[link to www.sport-fitness-advisor.com]
[link to drclydewilson.typepad.com]
Ref. 1: [link to news.google.com.tw]
Wretch Fossil  (OP)

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Re: Erroneous News: Mars Too Dry for Life
Earthly myofibrils/myofilaments similar to Martian ones: myofibrils: [link to www.wretch.cc]
myofilaments: [link to www.wretch.cc]

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Re: Erroneous News: Mars Too Dry for Life
Earthly myofibrils identical to Martian myofibrils: [link to www.wretch.cc]
Reference: Wikipedia article on skeletal striated muscle: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Wretch Fossil

I going with all the radiation due to the lack of a magnetic field and the unstable wobble of Mars' axis preventing constant seasons.
That's why Mars isn't or has ever been a good place for life to flourish.
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02/13/2012 08:56 AM
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Re: Erroneous News: Mars Too Dry for Life
Don't tell that to Fritz Springmeier

He says there are prison colonies there, run by the US government

And how many religitards are convinced he's a "truth teller"

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Re: Erroneous News: Mars Too Dry for Life
Earthly myofibrils for comparison:
[link to www.wretch.cc]
Earthly myofilaments:
[link to www.wretch.cc]





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