NASA Rover Finds Old Streambed on Martian Surface

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    NASA Rover Finds Old Streambed on Martian Surface
    09.27.12
    NASA - NASA Rover Finds Old Streambed on Martian Surface
     
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    Yup.
     
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    It is too bad they can't actually dig up the stream bed to search for water.
     
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    We got Bruce Willis for that.
     
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    Or Val Kilmer.
     
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    So you're proposing that we drill Mars, but not Earth?
     
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    We shouldn't fuck with our home planet. The rest are ok!
     
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    Is that a Rapala bait there in the gravel?
     
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    We have found similiar lumps to the 'Martian Blueberries' here on Earth, and they are the results of biological action. Doesn't mean those on Mars are, more than one way to make something, but it does make it look more likely that we might find life on Mars.
     
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    Oh, I thought you were talking about the fossilized shrimp on Mars
     

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