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originally posted by: LonnyZone
Are you just trolling? Nobody here denies that there may be some wet briny mud streaking down the slopes.
Not trolling at all. I would like to find out what IS water on mars and what ISN'T so far I'm just getting confused.
But I thank you for spelling it out in 3 points for me.
#1 - Blue or dark areas on Mars is sand or some other mineral formations (showing up blue in false-colour images).
Ok, so can you or someone else please explain to me (I'm not trolling here)
#1 why the sand is dark? (if its minerals what type of mineral?)
#2 Why I cannot find the original images of these "false coloured' blue sand ocean photos (please post if you have them!)
#3 - Lakes and rivers of water can't exist on Mars due to very tenuous atmosphere and frigid subzero temperatures.
Can you prove that for me? link to an article or some other form of evidence?