posted on Aug, 13 2014 @ 11:34 AM
a reply to: Aleister
Good thread and nice find, Aleister
Those compliments go to you and all the other relentless posters on the anomalies thread. It's a great topic and I still think we're in for many
surprises regarding discoveries on the red planet.
As for liquid water on the surface: I'm not 100% sure that this is what we see in the OP but I'm confident that, today, there are large underground
reservoirs of water on Mars and that there are occasional flows of liquid water on the surface (for a short time before quickly boiling away, I think
the phenomenon is called 'Recurring Slope Lineae').
I further think that both the geological strata and the 'watery' martian underground have interesting stuff in store for us. Science is slow (as is
the public communication on behalf of NASA/JPL) but I'm sure there's a lot more out there just waiting to be unearthed, drilled, scanned, imaged and
Again: keep up the good work and, as usual, I look forward to each and every new post like the one here or those in the other Mars threads ... !
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