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Originally posted by merka
Well, we do know that life on Earth appear to have been in the making the second it was possible. We also know that Mars has been alot more alive in the past, with water and such. So chances are pretty big that life on Mars also appeared the second it was possible.
Originally posted by toechopper
There is also some speculation that one of the moons of Jupiter (can't remember which one, the one that's covered with a layer of ice) could possibly be hospitable enough to contain life.
If nothing else, they'd prove me wrong and they'd probably shut Richard C. Hoagland up for a while. Isn't this worth a mission?
Originally posted by Uncle Joe
Mars still has all the ingredients for simple life, heat, water and slime!
Simple life probably still lives there, though i doubt anything multicellular was there. Who knows, we may find out in a few years.