This is how Mars would look if it still. had water... 10/10 would live This is how Mars would look if it still had water 10/10 live
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #9 - gayboard
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(08/19/2013) [-]
So what do you think happened to make the water disappear?
User avatar #10 to #9 - Grom
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its common knowledge. the core cooled, causing the magnetosphere of the planet to dissipate and the atmosphere to be quite literally be ripped apart.
#22 to #10 - anon id: ab6f8c54
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wowowowowow, THIS is common knowledge?!?!?
#12 to #10 - anon id: c3104e59
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would it turn back to it livable stat if we heat up the core with some Science
User avatar #13 to #12 - Grom
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theoretically it would generate a new magnetosphere, making an atmosphere possible but you'd have to import all the gases to create said atmosphere.
User avatar #16 to #13 - Ehwhat
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In a long time, that's not totally out of the question.
#20 to #16 - anon id: a84c8a5c
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I dunno, I kinda like the atmosphere we have here on earth, and I wouldn't want it to be exported.
User avatar #31 to #20 - DemonX
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You only need basic elements to create an atmosphere. We wouldn't have to get rid of Earths atmosphere. No need to fret, bro. Just a bit of Nitrogen, Argon, Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide. I think it's like 80% Nitrogen, 19% Oxygen, 0.9% Argon and 0.03% Carbon Dioxide.



I could be wrong about those percentages, though.
User avatar #1 - mulk
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(08/18/2013) [-]
10/10 would live
#15 - sorrowfulone
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Dibs on this spot.
User avatar #24 to #15 - yunablade
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Whouldn't it be heavily snowy instead of green? You know, distance to the sun.
User avatar #29 to #24 - jallelthalas
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Well, that would kind of depend on it's axis toward the Sun and if that axis never changes. Distance does not technically become a factor, because of where it is in the solar system, which would consider it pretty close to the sun in overall size comparison of how vast it is. Just like how Earth is at it's farthest distance from the Sun in Summer, and at it's closest distance during Winter, contrary to what you might think.
#26 to #24 - sorrowfulone
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So you're telling me I can making this into my own gigantic fortress of snow and ice, complete with snowmen knights?
So you're telling me I can making this into my own gigantic fortress of snow and ice, complete with snowmen knights?
User avatar #27 to #26 - yunablade
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oh yes
#30 to #27 - sorrowfulone
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This is the best day ever.
This is the best day ever.
User avatar #34 to #15 - onionknight
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"space australia"
#36 to #15 - willindor
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I want this spot. I'll name it the Kingdom of Smiley Face.
User avatar #39 to #15 - lfunnymanl
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space australia?
User avatar #17 to #15 - whatareyouon
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idk bro that looks like the Australia of mars and instead of the down under it would be the up over.
User avatar #18 to #17 - KayRed
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That's Olympus mons, so it'd be like Australia, except the entire continent is one giant ******* volcano. (assuming this is Mars back in the day).
#21 to #17 - sorrowfulone
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User avatar #14 - nuciferatu
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Fun fact: Tallest mountain around is Mars' Olympus Mons. 27 matahfakkin Kilometers. Imagine dat epic hiking trip!
#2 - anon id: e0bbf1b9
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If it had water, it would be ice. And there wouldn't still be that big of an atmosphere.
User avatar #5 to #2 - Nitsuin
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Please do show me your certificates of authenticity.
#6 to #2 - anon id: c6ce1858
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This is assuming life also got started on it.
#11 to #6 - anon id: 44b0a7fb
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It wouldn't necessarily be ice. It would be close to freezing but the water on mars did run. The atmosphere would be thin but it would still be enough to have life. Life may have been started on mars. We do know that microorganisms exist elsewhere. Well that may have been a hoax I haven't researched that much. Supposedly an asteroid that hit earth recently (last 30 years) had either the fossils or remains of microorganisms. That asteroid is believed to have been hit off of mars. But because of life being around water and there being proof of water on mars a period of time ago therefore we can assume that mars had life. Possibly primitive life but life all the same.
User avatar #8 to #2 - blaazen
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Actually, the Earth AND Mars are in the Goldilocks Zone, which means that if you somehouse released the CO2 from the poles, essentially the planet could start heating up. Then you just put some form of algae that can convert CO2 into O2 and suddenly the planet can start to be livable again. There is probably water deep under the ground also, but we can't know that unless we go there.
#25 - baconslapped
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User avatar #33 - PedoBearsAcomin
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I know it used to have water, but it wouldn't be green would it? Unless i missed them finding evidence of previous life?
User avatar #38 to #33 - galaxyguy
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Well, water does vastly increase the probability of life, but no, it would not necessarily have plantlife and thus would not necessarily be green.
User avatar #28 - GnRNoD
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What if mars is just a younger or older earth?
Like it's either slowly growing life or slowly decaying into a dry lifeless rock
User avatar #35 to #28 - roflstorm
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In 4 billion years, the sun will have transformed the surface of our planet into a dry, lifeless husk of a planet.

Mars is not the past. It's the future
User avatar #37 to #35 - GnRNoD
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but life always finds a way, you don't know if the process perhaps repeats itself, as in the beginning life moves really slow, and there is life on mars, just that merely bacteria and other cellular organisms.
User avatar #23 - boogihead
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We will find the Metatron ore.
User avatar #19 - KayRed
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The **** are the ice caps, bro?
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