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Nasa's Curiosity rover will look for bare necessities of life on Mars
Nasa scientists explain how Curiosity, their robot geologist and chemist, will seek evidence of past habitability on Mars. It must test whether the vital ingredients for life exist on Mars: water, carbon and an energy source. Right from the landing on 5 August, the robot will have to climb mountains - both literally and metaphorically
Originally posted by Thain Esh Kelch
We have pretty credible evidence for evolution taking its course over 4 billion years, along with humans ending up at the end. So don't you believe in evolution?