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NASA rover Curiosity finds water in Mars soil - report

26.09.2013 20:50

The rover Curiosity has discovered water in fine-grained soil on the surface of Mars, NASA confirmed Thursday in a series of papers published in the journal Science.

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Antonio Teran 17.11.2013 13:35

Steven Severn 29.09.2013 09:05

If we have the technology to explore other worlds why can't we feed the many hungry people on this world?

Sure ly those drones and missiles could be used to target hungry people with food? Or is the plan simply to kill off the hungry people so the problem goes away?

  


because there are those who doesnt want to be helped, countries like north korea rather die instead of receiving food from capitalist countries, what can you do about that?

 

Pearson Chibehe 21.10.2013 10:05

Hihihihihii martians must must be very shy....Go drill a well in Somalia NASA ,it will cost you a bilionth of the cost + you get to be thnked.

 

G Eriksson 29.09.2013 11:35

Tempt with some food - to persuade the inhabitants of Mars into leaving their hiding places!

Do as with hedgehogs or bacteria - tempt with milk or nutrient agar!

 

Steven Severn 29.09.2013 09:05

If we have the technology to explore other worlds why can't we feed the many hungry people on this world?

Sure ly those drones and missiles could be used to target hungry people with food? Or is the plan simply to kill off the hungry people so the problem goes away?

 

Ghana Serapis 28.09.2013 17:28

OK folks, we know and have known about water on Mars for a sometime now. How did it get there is the question? Only hydroplate theory explains most if not all questions and anomalies in astronomy, cosmology and paleontology? Do your research. Change your paradigm and change your life. Hydroplate theory, look it up.

 

Jeffrey Golin 28.09.2013 13:32

Would you ever trade Earth for Mars? Never! That's the question.

 

Jeffrey Golin 28.09.2013 13:28

This will be mankind's greatest folly yet, which covers a lot of ground. We are already living in the proverbial garden of Eden on Earth. We are working tirelessly to get allegorically expelled from it, as we are going now in places like Fukushima. This fosters a dangerous fantasy that encourages the idea we could just keep going as we are and just migrate somewhere else when we run out of spare parts for Earth and have to go somewhere else, the way we do when we run our cars into the ground. Earth is different. Mars will never be as hospitable as Earth, not in a million years. This is madness.

 

Cannadude 28.09.2013 02:05

This is totally freaking me out man..

 

Kyle Ivie 27.09.2013 17:50

Geoff King 27.09.2013 17:45

Nobody has been there yet and we are already trashing the place. Think about all the junk we left on the moon.

  


very true, however when we do go to mars, we will have all the scraps of the rovers that crashed as resources. Nice avatar.

 

Kyle Ivie 27.09.2013 17:48

can we try to stay on topic here, have an intelligent conversation about this article. YOu really think nasa fakes going to the moon and mars?
let me guess dinosaur bones are faked too?

 

Geoff King 27.09.2013 17:45

Nobody has been there yet and we are already trashing the place. Think about all the junk we left on the moon.

 

Dave Stuart 27.09.2013 17:28

Are we of martian stock? After we wore Mars out we migrated to earth and now it's a race to see how fast we can destroy this planet too.
I think it's a race to see if we will blow thins planet up or will we just poison it and ourselves by over populating it?

 

Wassi Hashmi 27.09.2013 16:29

I think to transform the planet into a giant ocean we should nuke it. The heat will be unbearable for hydrogen and oxygen molecules. And @835 degrees celsius hydrogen and oxygen will join forces, have an orgy and become water. Bravo to the scientists who figured that out.

I remember reading that water evaporates @ 100 degrees celsius :/

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