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Re: Civilisation On Mars.

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Posted by Tripp McCann on February 11, 2001 09:25:10 UTC


Which SCI-FI writer wrote this? Not a bad outline for a story.. but ..

I have major problems with it right from the first words.. "Mars was heavily populated about 1 billion years ago". How do you know mars is not heavily populated now? I have seen evidence after evidence of surface constructs.. ALL all of which indicate a greater subsurface construction.

How are sediments accumulating over a billion years.. without water? You have to understand, without water, erosion is much less and limited to wind erosion and abrasion by air driving particles (sands).

Mars has flowing water now. I have seen it in numerous images and even have found what can only be a dam.. artificial dam.

I have some degree of faith in 90+ percent of mars's impact craters occuring in one 24 hour period. This itself would have thrown Mars into a "nuclear" winter.. devasted the atmosphere..and perhaps caused much of the water to disappear from the surface.

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