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Originally posted by Munro_DreadGod
So ok from a what you have been taught yes Mars has a thin non earth like atmosphere but could there be bio habitats would they need bees? water? ...if you piece all the bits together then it makes such a possibility not all that hard to believe alternatively if you wish to say from a purely scientif background thats a load of - then you have the right too, because your not wrong.
Originally posted by Munro_DreadGod...who knows and as for the bees I dont know about workers / queens and bee popcorn but as usual on ATS anyone starts a interesting subject the sarcasm flows - their is a bee decline and I got interested in the idea that one or more hives could possibly be used note the word possibly for those who cant grasp an idea, to help polination within an enclosed bio sphere say the size a small town 2-3,000 population. The question again is would they need bees? hello. ANd one other possibility is that asteroid water may not be fit for human consumption just another possibility.
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Originally posted by captain spalding Lets just rewind time from the lets say 10 years or more. As if its a secret being held like the stealth bomber or something like that. Now 10 years into this project would be 1/3 into a near completion. now wouldn't that be about the time we would need bees? maybe carbon levels and atmosphere are different than we know. And in its current condition it may be easier to terraform mars than it would be to repair earth from its downhill course.
Originally posted by captain spalding
Thanks for all the responses, I have allot more facts that i didn't think of before.However part of my point that some of you aren't understanding is the fact that we may be much further along than the public is told. For instance, we didnt hear about the stealth bomber and other things until many years after they existed. And before they existed they were developed many years before that even.
Originally posted by parry noid
Tom, What I am talking about is kind of like kick starting the process. The way you say it is like cooking a tv diner in the sun at room temperature.
What I am basically saying is that if they were to create some form of plant life before allowing it to do this on its own wouldn't those plants(MASS ABUNDANCE!!!!) be able to transform the CO2 and what have you, that much faster.