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    Water on Mars!

    Things equal to other things are not necessarily the same.

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    Oh dear, I actually clicked on it.


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    I must be a dope I clikked on all of them.

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    What?

    They are both "As Advertised".

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    theyll find the water eventually, i bet its buried a ways down

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    There is for sure frozen water on mars.

    What they are trying to figure out is if there was ever flowing or liquid water.

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    Originally posted by CenturionStrategy
    LOL... and I believe we have hit the gutter
    and there i am...still clicking those links

    curiousity is such a strong thing...

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    ive seen the top one before but it still makes me laugh, the paris hilton one is good too.
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    So if there is ice on Mars, can they do that thing they did on Total Recall where they had huge heaters and melted the ice to create air?

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    Originally posted by TaNG
    So if there is ice on Mars, can they do that thing they did on Total Recall where they had huge heaters and melted the ice to create air?
    Umm... no.
    Things equal to other things are not necessarily the same.

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    well theyre almost positive water used to flow, there are too many valleys and channels up there, there really coulnt be another explination.

    we would stand a much greater chance of colonizing mars if there is huge glaciers still frozen underneath the caps....

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    Originally posted by krupted
    well theyre almost positive water used to flow, there are too many valleys and channels up there, there really coulnt be another explination.
    Sure there could. It's called wind, and sand.
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    From a geologists point of view channels like those found on mars could be formed also by lava channels. The moon for instance has the same kind of channels that look just like a river flowed there once but in fact it was a lava river. Methane and other liquified gasses can flow also forming channels like that.

    Here are some channels found on Titan that is much too cold for water to flow.

    http://techno-science.net/illustrati...itanRivage.jpg

    Here are some lava channels on the moon.
    http://www.astrosurf.com/lunascan/AS15-2611.jpg

    http://www.chabotspace.org/vsc/exhib.../learnmore.asp

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