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CO2 (carbon dioxide) is made whenever a carbon based item or lifeform burns (is oxygenated). It is also made whenever a hydrocarbon is degraded into water and carbon dioxide. CO2 generation is a natural process. Some examples include:
Converting sugar to energy, in almost all living matter. (Reverse of photosynthesis)
Burning fuels. (Car, bus, train and other exhausts such as factory pollution).
Adding vinegar to baking soda.
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Originally posted by Murad
Ice is frozen water right?, and there is ice clouds on mars, so.......it would not be unreasonable to say there is water on mars?
Are they solely formed in the atmosphere and evaporate there?
Also why are we calling them Ice Clouds?, do we get Ice Clouds on earth?, I thought we just got clouds.
Originally posted by Havick007
I have members go on and on that they are all only dust clouds and that water clouds don't exist on Mars... so then explain that again please...
Originally posted by hp1229
Please stop bickering Lets discuss the topic on hand to the best....if possible
Nice images on the exosky.net website.
Originally posted by AlphaHawk
reply to post by Havick007
I don't think you have proven a point yet.
No doubt there are people here who claim there is no clouds (dust or vapour).
But last time I checked, there are people here that claim the earth is flat, that reptilians live among us and that the worlds space program is a hoax...
Personally I'd chose another word..but I don't want to offend such-diverse-people!
Originally posted by verschickter
reply to post by Soylent Green Is People
I did not wanted to take it to this level but yeah, it looks like this. Additionally there are people then who blindly believe its this way and call other member names just because they have another opinion. I think most posters here showed its not like OP thinks it is.
But its then "climbing the mirrors" if you know what I mean