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 Post subject: Water on Planet Mars ?
PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, '09, 10:03 pm 
Evidence of water found on planet Mars: ... 061709.php

So, which do you think people will live on first...Mars or The Moon?

PostPosted: Sat Jun 20, '09, 8:53 pm 
I think I covered the Mars/Moon bit elsewhere, but I'm glad there's finally some proof of lakes on Mars. Who knows, maybe one day humans will go up there and recreate that lake.

PostPosted: Sat Jun 20, '09, 9:54 pm 
Thanks for posting this, Silver!

While it was known that there are small amounts of H2o on the mostly Co2 world of Mars (mostly due to the polar ice caps), this is exciting news for any astronomy nerd.

Earthlings will live on Mars long before they will live on the moon. Mars needs some heavy engineering though, before it will ever become habitable.

PostPosted: Sun Jun 21, '09, 1:47 am 
I find this very interesting, one day we may be able to have life on another planet, as we know one day things will all go downhill from Earth. Heres anothers question that may spark some conversation.

Do you think our solar systems Mars is much like Motavia most likely eons before PSI? As well as our Earth being like Palma at the same time of PSI? And also just hypothetically do you think our Earth will meet the same end as Palma if we keep going the way we are?

PostPosted: Sun Jun 21, '09, 9:22 pm 
I think Mars might be more like Motavia in the future, after the climate systems fail completely. Early Motavia could work too though, I guess. Palma is definitely modeled after Earth, especially in climate. I wouldn't be at all surprised if Earth did end up like Palma.

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