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Life on Mars

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#7 - personz (02/02/2014) [+] (2 replies)
here's the hidden extra panel:
#1 - playerdous (02/01/2014) [-]
Worth it
Worth it
#12 - maaarknuuuut (02/02/2014) [+] (17 replies)
User avatar #26 - nibbero (02/02/2014) [+] (5 replies)
Phillip J. Fry was the first man on Mars.
#2 - SILENCEnight (02/01/2014) [+] (2 replies)
**SILENCEnight rolled a random image posted in comment #7 at It's Coming Back! ** Holy 						****					 he's right
**SILENCEnight rolled a random image posted in comment #7 at It's Coming Back! ** Holy **** he's right
User avatar #34 - mrgoodlove (02/02/2014) [+] (6 replies)
It'd be pretty badass to track the whole ecology of a planet to a single person.
#20 - ofmiceandmen (02/02/2014) [+] (5 replies)
There may very well have been life on Mars at one point in the ancient past. I mean the ANCIENT past. Like before Earth had even developed life. There's evidence of water and natural weathering on the planet. Mars almost surely had water at one point in time, and as we know where there's water, their can exist life.   
   
The sun was most likely larger back then. Typically stars grow as they age, but they are often quite unstable in their early life, which means it could've been larger before it cooled down and stabilized to what it is now and will be for a long time. A stars early life could last a billion years. Stars live a LONG time. Life can develop easily in a billion years as we've seen here.   
   
There's also the problem of the Martian magnetic field disappearing. Well don't you think that the change in gravity from the sun shrinking would have an effect on that? I'm not astrophysicist, but hey, logic is still logic.   
   
One more question. Could we be Martians? Could they have spliced their DNA with ancient humanoid apes? Farfetched, I know, but an interesting thought to ponder.
There may very well have been life on Mars at one point in the ancient past. I mean the ANCIENT past. Like before Earth had even developed life. There's evidence of water and natural weathering on the planet. Mars almost surely had water at one point in time, and as we know where there's water, their can exist life.

The sun was most likely larger back then. Typically stars grow as they age, but they are often quite unstable in their early life, which means it could've been larger before it cooled down and stabilized to what it is now and will be for a long time. A stars early life could last a billion years. Stars live a LONG time. Life can develop easily in a billion years as we've seen here.

There's also the problem of the Martian magnetic field disappearing. Well don't you think that the change in gravity from the sun shrinking would have an effect on that? I'm not astrophysicist, but hey, logic is still logic.

One more question. Could we be Martians? Could they have spliced their DNA with ancient humanoid apes? Farfetched, I know, but an interesting thought to ponder.
#50 - baitdoesnttalkback (02/02/2014) [+] (4 replies)
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#16 - horigis (02/02/2014) [+] (5 replies)
this is **** i dont get it
#17 to #16 - anonymous (02/02/2014) [-]
So just because you don't get it makes it **** ?
User avatar #5 - savethepandas (02/02/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Hey if anyone is even a little intrigued by the content I believe you will love this book. I read it while it was still a work in progress by Andy Weir (he also wrote the popular story The Egg which can be found on galactanet.com). This post reminded me so much I just had to post this. Its costs 20 dollars now but it can be found as .pdf.

It is a great book.
www.goodreads.com/book/show/18007564-the-martian
#9 - leafonthewind (02/02/2014) [-]
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#4 - anonymous (02/01/2014) [+] (3 replies)
That microbe wouldn't have his DNA. It has its very own.
User avatar #45 - exuberentmalware (02/02/2014) [+] (4 replies)
ITS FUNNY AS **** THOUGH
#11 - gloomysunday (02/02/2014) [+] (2 replies)
It's a godawful small affair...
#87 - skullball ONLINE (02/02/2014) [-]
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User avatar #77 - AdamBaum (02/02/2014) [+] (2 replies)
In the future, humans will be more racist than ever. It's not "I think you're inferior because you have a different skin color than me" it will be "Lol u ******* Earthling go suck a dick fag".

User avatar #19 - traveltech (02/02/2014) [-]
Not necessarily, a majority of the cells in the human body are bacteria, which don't share your DNA.
#33 - lizardwater (02/02/2014) [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #3 - Jewssassin (02/01/2014) [-]
He got a very good point.
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