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Theorists who believe in life on mars?

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June 20, 2019 / By Chasity
Question: Hello I am currently conducting a study/research at the University of California - San Diego about the conspiracy of life on mars. I am currently supporting the fact that life is possible on mars. My current argument dicusses the following: Early thoughts (What has been proven and what theories failed?) Water on mars ( Liquidified and gas form ) recent disovery of methane and how it supports the fact of life on mars Biological life possibility (Human, Bacteria, etc.) Meteorites (ALH 84001 and the SNC) I would like to ask the following: 1- What other conspiracies/sub topics can i add onto my research to support my thesis? 2- What good resourceful books are available that supports my research that i can use? Please type in name, author and year Thanks :)
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Arleen Arleen | 9 days ago
I can understand your first question; your second question could potentially be location-oriented. Your university library should have an online (as well as offline) resource on which you can search for books immediately available to you, as well as request they be loaned to your university for your use; they may also provide articles from peer-reviewed publications (non-books like journals) both online and off (ask about "Jstor" in particular). Research is your work to do, not the work of strangers on the internet (partially because they may suggest articles that aren't scientifically substantial, and you wouldn't know). If you have questions on how to best utilize a search engine in a library setting, feel free to ask about that instead. If you look up information on Wiki, it is sometimes also supported by book and journal resources in the footnotes... you can start there.
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Arleen Originally Answered: Theorists who believe in life on mars?
I can understand your first question; your second question could potentially be location-oriented. Your university library should have an online (as well as offline) resource on which you can search for books immediately available to you, as well as request they be loaned to your university for your use; they may also provide articles from peer-reviewed publications (non-books like journals) both online and off (ask about "Jstor" in particular). Research is your work to do, not the work of strangers on the internet (partially because they may suggest articles that aren't scientifically substantial, and you wouldn't know). If you have questions on how to best utilize a search engine in a library setting, feel free to ask about that instead. If you look up information on Wiki, it is sometimes also supported by book and journal resources in the footnotes... you can start there.
Arleen Originally Answered: Theorists who believe in life on mars?
From what I understand, scientists think it's just possible that there *might* be life still on Mars, hidden away inside rocks or otherwise underground, where it's possible to get some access to liquid water, and there's some protection from the harsh environment outside. That sort of life has been found inside rocks in the Dry Valleys in Antarctica. So something like that seems just within the realm of possibility, but it's still considered a long shot.

Zebulon Zebulon
From what I understand, scientists think it's just possible that there *might* be life still on Mars, hidden away inside rocks or otherwise underground, where it's possible to get some access to liquid water, and there's some protection from the harsh environment outside. That sort of life has been found inside rocks in the Dry Valleys in Antarctica. So something like that seems just within the realm of possibility, but it's still considered a long shot.
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Silvester Silvester
Before you can convince me that life can exist on Mars, you have to explain how to protect life from Solar Radiation. Mars has a very thin atmosphere and no magnetic field, therefore it feels the full brunt of the Solar Wind and this sterilizes Mars.
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Silvester Originally Answered: Is working your life away a waste of a life?
Not if it's fulfilling to you. Of course,asking someone if they want fries with their burger might not be it.

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