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« on: June 16, 2008, 11:23:08 AM »
Life is purely evolutionary. It begins from a simple prokaryote, and evolves to the complex prokaryote. This takes billions of years to occur, with right environmental cues, of course.

There is life in Mars. Perhaps not as advanced as that seen in Earth, but there are fossilized proof of bacterial life in Mars. Mars is considered a 'dead' planet due to the lack of water, and lack of a significant atmosphere. There is air in Mars, but limited as compared to the levels in Earth.

Pressure and gravitational force is similar to that as Earth. The planet is resource-rich. Level A rich. The planet, if colonized, would have unimaginable reserves of natural gas, zinc, copper and other kinds of material needed for industry. This is why Mars must be colonized. It would be habitable by humans, so long as air, water, and a dome is secured.

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« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2008, 11:57:03 PM »
im now closer to believe that there are other living things besides us here on earth.. aliens..
heeey? what's the point of this?


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« Reply #2 on: June 18, 2008, 01:39:41 AM »
These bacterias are fossilized proof of aliens. They are totally outside our realm and alien to our planet's bacterias. These organisms evolved differently as life on earth; we don't even know if there are more fossilized ruins beneath the crust of Mars.

We have yet to explore Mars completely, only through galactic satellites and pictures.

There is so much more to discover. Think about it, this is but one planet within our solar system, out of millions of solar systems in our milky way. Out of the billions upon billions of milky ways in this arm of the universe.

It is numerically impossible to declare 'no life' on other planets when we, as a species, have yet to even discover and explore just our solar system.

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« Reply #3 on: June 18, 2008, 02:22:42 AM »
Just today, astronomers found 4 earth like planet that revolves around a star slightly smaller as our sun. The star is very near at only 1 light year away from our solar system, that means we have to travel at a speed of light at a duration of 1 year to reach there.

One of the planets is four times the size of earth, one is 6.5, one is 7 and one is 9. The closest to the star revolves around it once in four days (pretty fast - thier year is only four days).

They said it as earthlike because it holds significant amount of water. Presence of water can be detected through the different spectrum as seen on the radio telescope. Also scientist will know if there is a planet revolving a star because there is a slight wobble caused by the revolving planet.

I wonder if there is life on this planet and how would it look. What would be the cycle of life there since thier year is just 4 days. I can only wonder.   
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« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2008, 02:34:05 AM »
Lorenzo,

I remembered the pictures you post there. It is very controversial. It is from a rock found in the arctic circle, which scientists believed it came from Mars some millions of years ago. It was chipped off from Mars when a meteorite hit Mars and that rock flew off and reached the Earth as meteorite and landed at the arctic cirle.

When they analyzed it, has similar composition to the ones brought back by Marcian Explorer. But when they put it inside the slide of the microscope, they found a seemed to be fosilized bacteria.

It became a controversy among scientific communities as it suggests that life once exists on Mars, millions of years ago. I did not follow that story since 2003.

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« Reply #5 on: June 18, 2008, 09:58:01 AM »

Mr. Ferniz,

This is amazing to read this. The fact that it is almost similar in size to that of earth means that it is habitable, colonizable. Mars, is slightly smaller than the size of earth, meaning that the gravity on the planet is smaller. However, NASA scientists declared that with presence of water plants, green plants, and a biosphere, the planet can theoretically be colonized. There is a high amount of Carbon dioxide in Mars.

This is conquerable.

Carbon Dioxide is taken up by plants (moss, trees, flowers etc) through their photosynthetic process. They eat CO2 and a byproduct of this cycle is O2 (Air). Breathable Air.

Theoretically, with that, life will and can succeed even in Mars.

As for these other Earth-like planets. This would be a break through. The fact that they discovered the presence of water in one planet, means that life has already evolved and manifested in that planet. Water is the original recipe for life. And the only reason why Earth has life is because of the presence of Water. The first life to ever manifest in earth was a simple bacteria--that evolved and manifested in the water. From bacteria, evolved into prokaryotes and eventually eukaryotes.

These other 'Earth-like planets' can be colonized. In the future, if Mankind needs to expand for resources and for breathing-space. These planets will definitely be conquered first.

The only limiting factor that prevents man from doing that now is our limited aeronautical technology. Currently, we do not have the technology to travel far beyond our solar system. Eventually, when we do improve and acquire advanced technology, man will have this ability to travel on light-speed levels to different systems in our milky way.

Man has always been an exploratory species. Through exploring, we conquered Earth. And have already begun the master of science. The Universe is but another 'exploration'.


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« Reply #6 on: June 18, 2008, 10:10:02 AM »
Mr. Ferniz,

Yes, you are right, sir, there has been a big debate about this in the microbiological-biochemical-bacteriological-astronomical community. It is very controversial.

This photograph indicates just that controversy:
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The picture on the right is bacteria found on Earth. Typical Gram negative bacteria. Found in our bodies, in the lakes, in streets, soil, food, etc. The picture on the left is the fossilized bacteria found on the Mars meteorite.

It is almost identical. Notice the rubicon-like structure, notice the size--in terms of nanometers. Identical to bacteria in Earth. It is almost, if not, identical.

These are fossilized ruins of bacterium from the meteorite. The fact that they bear semblance to earthly bacteria suggests that there must have been some kind of water source in Mars prior to its evaporational state. If there are bacterial remains in Mars, then there might be organismal remains. If Mars, just like Earth, did have life then there are plate tectonics in Mars. There will be geological evidence in Marsian mountain ranges and plates to provide clear evidence of any organismal remains.

How exquisite to read something like this going on in the scientific community. Can you imagine? There are even talks of how Humanity and Life on Earth came to be due to Marsian bacterias that came to Earth via a meteorite eons ago. And eventually conquered Earth through evolutionary adaptation and morphogenesis. Interesting theories eh?

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« Reply #7 on: June 18, 2008, 06:52:04 PM »
Space travel is evolving. NASA has tested its Plasma Engine which is also called he "accelleration with patience" jet engine. It will accellerate very slowly, but constantly without limit until the craft reaches at light speed using plasma jet stream.

Another way, though not tested is to build like a solar sail, so the craft will travel with the light particles ejected by the Sun.



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