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#268 - JasonMraz (04/05/2012) [-]
These photos remind me of Earth right after the big bang, when there was still no life on Earth.. It makes me think as if Mars is just another planet similar to Earth, still in it's evolution process? As if what we CAN'T see on Mars, is just still in their bacteria form?   
   
Weird 						*******					 epiphanies.
These photos remind me of Earth right after the big bang, when there was still no life on Earth.. It makes me think as if Mars is just another planet similar to Earth, still in it's evolution process? As if what we CAN'T see on Mars, is just still in their bacteria form?

Weird ******* epiphanies.
#289 to #268 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/05/2012) [-]
Earth wasn't formed right after the big bang.
#284 to #268 - deltadeltadelta (04/05/2012) [-]
Mars is half the size of Earth, it also has hardly any atmosphere. It'll never be colonized, just like the moon will never be colonized. The light gravity would cause muscle atrophy and a loss of bone density.

Venus however is nearly identical to Earth in size, and if its atmosphere wasn't so incredibly thick (trapping green house gases which turn the planet in to a incredibly hot mess), it would indeed be quite earth-like. Fun fact: Mercury, despite being far closer to the sun, is cooler than Venus.

The colonization of alien worlds is science-fiction. The only way humans will ever colonize another world is if they created that world themselves. Artificial planets are the future of our species.
User avatar #342 to #284 - seemydubs (04/05/2012) [-]
He is not speaking of colonization but of evolution. Not that humans will move to Mars but will develop from bacteria on Mars.
#274 to #268 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/05/2012) [-]
It reminds you?
User avatar #271 to #268 - cynthain (04/05/2012) [-]
Apollo 18.
That is all.
User avatar #272 to #271 - JasonMraz (04/05/2012) [-]
I should download that movie. How is it?
User avatar #276 to #272 - cynthain (04/05/2012) [-]
I really liked it. Quite well done. It's a bit jumpy, but not terrifying.
You'll never look at rocks the same.
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