posted on Nov, 26 2009 @ 10:32 AM
Another interesting article, again pointing to the fact that the pre-requisites for life were once abundant on Mars; Today gets more and more
The evidence suggests that billions of years ago much of Mars had an 'arid continental climate' similar to drier areas of the Earth.
Rain would have fallen regularly, swelling the rivers and topping up the ocean basin. Such a wet period early in the planet's history would have
greatly increased the chances of life.
Source - The UK Daily Mail (again,