posted on Aug, 18 2004 @ 12:26 AM
The atmospheric pressure on Mars is reportably too low
for liquid water to exist for an extended length of
time. So Mars has often been portrayed as a dry and
dusty planet. The story is that it may have had a
denser atmosphere once and maybe even liquid water on
the surface. But today the scientific community says it
is just a dry, lifeless planet.
Unfortunately for the true believers of that story there are
several "thousand" images returned from the various space
probes sent to Mars, both to orbit it and land on the surface,
that seem to contradict the story.
[edit on 18-8-2004 by mockan]