posted on Sep, 27 2014 @ 07:22 PM
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...
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.
As I said, there IS evidence of life in images which has not been explained. For a start, numerous rod and curly-shaped things, give us a hint of
snake-like beings. On an uninhabited planed there should be none of these shapes, no trees, no plant life, the only thing which could create these
shapes are rocks and weathering. The other stuff is even more circumstancial I agree, but there are signs of life such as pipes and ordered structures
which, taken all together do point to something going on up there. The other types of being I mention are just from my observations and will never be
confirmed until we get the truth (which may be after I am dead).