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Originally posted by frugal
reply to post by zorgon
How do they know its meterorite from Mars? And how does there become a meteroite from Mars here?
How often does Earth send a Meterorite to Mars? I don't see many of our rocks taking off into space, except for maybe that Yucatan impact incident that supposedly killed the dinasaurs... Have they brought rocks back from Mars yet? Is this how they know it was specifically from Mars?
Originally posted by proob4
So we still have the same question... What came first the chicken or the egg?
Originally posted by Anon66
Honestly, I call bs.
No offence to believers!
NASA/US Gov would have kept this quiet
“We think the probability is much higher now based on this evidence.” The bugs that made it may have vanished millions of years ago, leaving the methane frozen under the planet’s surface. But another possibility is that some hardy organisms still survive on the Red Planet, living underground without sunlight and using hydrogen from water for energy. Similar microbes exist on Earth.
Originally posted by wigit
Definitely looks like an egg. Is this brand new news out this week?
And just how big or small is 10 um?
Originally posted by amongus
Hey Z, I don't question your thread here. My only question is why did they only find ONE egg? It's so small, and you would think if there is one, there should be more.
Originally posted by daynight42
Exaggerations, Lies, and Sensationalism serve nothing but to entertain and obscure what we're all really here for.
Originally posted by LordAdef
I suggest one reads the original paper whose link is provided by the op. It's very interesting and clarifying.
Originally posted by Starchild23
I don't think there's any problem proving that life once existed on Mars.
The problem is proving that life still exists there...although really, I'm more interested in finding another Earth within viable transportation range.
It'll be hilarious to watch how long it take before we decide to conquer the planet.
Originally posted by Migah
oh, just wait until USA finds a planet rich on oil! i bet they would try to tell us, that the 1 legged, 2cm tall insects living on the planet, are trying to hurt us!!