Evidence of life on Mars could be much more difficult than surviving the trip to Earth.Lloyd wrote:Mo, I don't think your theory will appeal to anyone as long as you can't show somehow that plasma columns, tornadoes etc are capable of transporting living things through space without killing them. Also, there needs to be evidence of life having existed on Mars. The so-called fossil microbes found in Mars rocks from Antarctica are said to be effects of preparing the rock for electron microscope viewing. So there's no solid evidence yet for former life there. You'll just have to wait till a Mars mission retrieves such fossils.
After all this theory says that fossils only form in the big laminated flows. I'd have
better chances of aliens going public or an ancient library being found. If dinosaurs
were on Mars then they might have been visible from Earth during a near approach.
Also some might still have been transported to Earth when humans lived here.
At this stage I'll write a summary and start a new topic "History of the Earth" or
perhaps "Dinosaurs came from Mars", and leave a link in this topic. I'll also put
this summary on my website. So thanks for your comments Lloyd - you are doing
a terrific job for this forum.