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Lloyd the article is from 1998 but it is timely that you found it now because news reports from NASA are coming in that Martian soil is alkaline garden variety good enough to grow "asparagus in" (says one NASA spokesperson). No signs of life but as you suggest who knows what lies in the dephs of Mars' biosphere.Lloyd wrote:- I don't know how old this info is, ...... Maybe there's better than a snowball's chance in hell that microbes may have survived in deep layers of the crust of Mars. Does it have crust? Maybe the icy moons provide a better chance.
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According to Stephen Colbert, of the comedy show the Colbert Report, Molemen....(they were talking about ice on Mars)No signs of life but as you suggest who knows what lies in the dephs of Mars' biosphere.
meanwhile Neil deGrasse Tyson, corrects him and calls them Martians.
then goes on to say how physics are "right', how they deliver the goods, and that the search for dark matter continues....
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