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originally posted by: qmantoo
a reply to: wildespace
In spite of all the posted evidence throughout the web and on ATS, are you still convinced there is no life out there on rock floating about in our solar system? Surely the wealth of different things which people have found have convinced you that there is some intelligent life which has evolved independent of humans?
If so, what kind of intelligent life biology could survive in the harsh-to-humans environment in space? It would have to have some kind of reptillian, insect or other unknown makeup - and that is what I think we see on Mars.
I totally agree we are told this, and all scientific evidence from the sources we have point to this being the case. Unfortunately, you are assuming that biology is as we know it here - which is not necessarily true out there. Actually, it is probably unlikely that in all the different conditions which could exist out in the universe, that the carbon molecule and water are the most-used biological basics.
On the surface of Mars, there is an almost non-existent atmosphere, and extremely dry conditions. What kind of life biology (reptile or non-reptile) do you think could survive in those conditions? Their bodily fluids would boil and evaporate. And like I said, reptiles need at least some heat to function...