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NiteStryker

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#1 15 years ago

Ok, I was thinking for some time as sparadic news came from the Mars rovers.

Well, there was water on mars, but now, there obviously, is not.

What do you think happened? Do you think there was life?

I think there could have been a civilization, but something happened, causing the planet to loose a big atmosphere, and vapirizing all the water, spreading the iron around the planet, and killing everything.

What do you think?




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#2 15 years ago

the planet got too close to sun so the water evaporated (think i saw that in a book)

i think our planet if it was at about 3 more degrees closer to sun it would do the same and if it was about 5 degrees away from sun it would freeze.




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#3 15 years ago

I think it is possible that there was once a life form on mars, possibly at the same time as the first life forms from earth. What i theorise is that Mars basically rusted from the water you mentioned (and turned red) and the atmosphere was stripped, some of the stronger bacterial life-forms that survived may have then been carried to earth and either formed life or mixed in with the current life on earth and developed. Explains a lot of things in my opinion.




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#4 15 years ago
He11Heaventhe planet got too close to sun so the water evaporated (think i saw that in a book) i think our planet if it was at about 3 more degrees closer to sun it would do the same and if it was about 5 degrees away from sun it would freeze.

I hate to disagree, but Mars is further away from the sun than we are. Thats why all the water on it is frozen. So there's no way (unless the planet moved further away somehow) that the water evaporated. I think A bunch of meteors hit it and caused the sun to be blocked out by dust, killing everything. Then when there was no life, basically the planet just broke down. That and more meteors. A BUNCH of meteors did that. At least in my opinion.




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#5 15 years ago
I hate to disagree

Lol, no you don't ;)

I think humans make to many assumptions. I think life could still be there. I think that oxygen and water and a certain temperature aren't prerequisites of life in general. Just life on Earth. In fact, there is life on Earth which lives in places we couldn't possibly survive, not even with our current technology. Look at those life forms that thrive right at the bottom of the ocean, or the ones that cling to those under-water volcanoes. Heck, for all we know, atoms could be 'alive'. They move around enough!




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#6 15 years ago

Oh, I thought you were talking about me.




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#7 15 years ago
madmanfrommarsOh, I thought you were talking about me.[/quote]How would you define a 'Mars rover' if that was the case? :p [quote=Mr. Matt (member of the Matt society and plotting to take over the world)]I think humans make to many assumptions. I think life could still be there. I think that oxygen and water and a certain temperature aren't prerequisites of life in general. Just life on Earth. In fact, there is life on Earth which lives in places we couldn't possibly survive, not even with our current technology. Look at those life forms that thrive right at the bottom of the ocean, or the ones that cling to those under-water volcanoes. Heck, for all we know, atoms could be 'alive'. They move around enough!

They have found all kinds of things, we still do not know what is on the bottom of the deepest seabeds in the world. The fact that organisms can survive under a mile of seawater and we cant, and think it impossible proves that we think of life as our own abilites, and cannot comprehend something not requiring to breathe. Yet we look at plants everyday and i dont see any of them inhale.




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#8 15 years ago

There could be forms of life there that utilize frozen water, and liquid water is useless, and mabey they are not carbon-based...




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#9 15 years ago

why are we wastin money on all this mars crap? were just gonna was billions of dollars to get some guys on mars so they can get probed up the wiener and little brown hole by aliens. then the aliens are gonna blow up earth all because the starwars nerds thought it would be so cool if we go in outerspace and find boba fett and the slave one and the jar jar binks would live on mars with darth vader and we would steal their lightsabers and then we would make a tie fighter and blow up the mellinium falcon and then the vietcong would invade mars and make it a communist version of star wars and then i would never shut up untill my internet connection got cut off by R2D2.




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#10 15 years ago
DragonNickI hate to disagree, but Mars is further away from the sun than we are. Thats why all the water on it is frozen. So there's no way (unless the planet moved further away somehow) that the water evaporated.

oh yeah sorry about that I forgot about it, but who cares :uhoh: , frozed or evaporated, it's the same result, no water(liquid version).