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Martian rocks from a crater hit by a meteorite may contain the strongest evidence yet that there is life on Mars.Prof John Parnell, 55, has co-written a theory with Dr Joseph Michalski, a planetary geologist at the Natural History Museum, that suggests they have discovered the best signs of life in the huge McLaughlin Crater on the surface of Mars.The document, published today in Nature Geoscience journal, describes how they assessed the crater, created by a meteorite which smashed into the surf
Originally posted by Quietwhisper
I think there's tons of life all throughout the universe. We just have to find it. :-)
Originally posted by TKDRL
reply to post by bknapple32
Not necessarily. I never heard god proclaim in the bible that we were the first life he created, or even the only life
Of course someone might verywell put up some scripture and have me eating my words
Iwould have to assume Martian. But They say these live off hydrogen like on Earth so who Knows
Originally posted by LeLeu
So if they do find microbes on Mars will it be the same species as Earths, being a basic lifeform?
Or having evolved on Mars would they be their own type of Martian beast?
Yes But wasn't the idea of a geocentric universe the result of religion assuming life only existed here
Originally posted by blahxd67
In the Bible, God created angels and life on Earth. That's all it mentions.
Originally posted by SoulVisions
The thread title threw me off a bit. It says "best evidence," but the quoted text reads "theory." =(