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Originally posted by FaceLikeTheSun
reply to post by thetiler
The only issue I had with the Basiago PDF is the level of speculation that went into the interpretation of the images from Mars. I so badly want them to be true..for example, i want that grainy pixelated image to be a statue of an insectoid. But I just didn't see it.
Our take on the whole issue of Mars is that there is a true possibility of an ancient ruins or ancient culture that once thrived on Mars. And the point of the podcast was to speculate on the possible Biblical revelations of that reality.
Originally posted by robertinventor
reply to post by robertinventor
Also - you got me thinking - I tend to think that life on Mars can't have advanced to multi-cellular life because surely by now one of the rovers would have found a fossil.
But - what if the life was multi-cellular but soft bodied like the creatures that left their imprint in the Burgess shales? They would be much harder to spot and there might be just one or two places on Mars where conditions are favourable to preserve the remains of early multi-cellular soft bodied life forms - and they also might still survive to this day if they are that hard to spot maybe survive underground....
Originally posted by shaolyn
In my opinion, it's probably not going to be all that big...
Originally posted by flice
Everytime they call for these important announcements, it turns out to be incredibly boring for the average person. If it really is that important, why the hell wait till december. That is a marketing trick...... make people hold their breath, hype it up a bit. Show time.... blah.
Originally posted by Isee1111
You did see the scientists crying when it landed? Hehe... I think they're overly attached to their fields, which isn't a bad thing. Just makes them a tad out of touch when it comes to what they think is cool.
Oh well, I really hope it's life though.