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originally posted by: LogicalGraphitti
All the discussion of the worm-like thingies and no one noticed that corroded nickel laying between the rocks!
In 1976 NASA sent two space probes, Vikings 1 and 2, to Mars to determine whether life exists on the red planet. The probes carried three experiments specially designed for the task, one of which was called the Labeled Release (LR) apparatus.
Now, after running Viking's LR data through a mathematical test designed to separate biological signals from nonbiological signals, Miller's team believes that the LR experiments did indeed find signs of microbial life in Martian soil.
originally posted by: gortex
Some examples of trace fossils found on Earth with fig B & C being ones of note.
Not sayin it's Aliens but ....
originally posted by: MikeA
originally posted by: StallionDuck
a reply to: StallionDuck
I found a raw image for you folx
Thank you for the full pic. My wife and I had a thought. Is it possible that this is a crash site of one of the probes lost over the years. The metal parts melted, landed here than cooled?
On average, the temperature on Mars is about minus 80 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 60 degrees Celsius). In winter, near the poles temperatures can get down to minus 195 degrees F (minus 125 degrees C). A summer day on Mars may get up to 70 degrees F (20 degrees C) near the equator, but at night the temperature can plummet to about minus 100 degrees F (minus 73 C).
Is it possible that this is a crash site of one of the probes lost over the years.