Finding life on other planets? It's a matter of time
Curiosity rover's discovery that Mars once could have harbored life reminds us that time, not space, is the greatest obstacle in our quest for extra-terrestrial intelligence The National Aeronautics and Space Administration reported this week that ancient rocks on Mars analyzed by its Curiosity rover, which landed on the Red Planet in August, show ... (more)
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#1 Mar 17, 2013
blah blah ... blah but there is life elsewhere but not for us to see.
“Is that all you've got?”
Since: Jun 10
#2 Mar 17, 2013
Why don't you let NASA in on where to find it then, truthist?
#3 Mar 17, 2013
Astronaut HG-10: I want more, NASA!
NASA's Scientists: No, you had enough trips to discover new planets, stars and moons. Go away.
Astronaut HG-10: well, but so far, I discovered 500,000 new planets, and 122,000 stars and moons!
NASA's scientists: OK then. Go.
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