Friday, August 05, 2011

NASA probe reveals evidence of flowing water on Mars ?

New evidence from a NASA probe now points to the starting finding that flowing water is likely just beneath the surface of Mars. In turn this increases the possibility that life exists on the Planet.
This has huge ramifications for the field of Ufology as if life supporting conditions are are found on planets in our own solar system, then the probability they exist else where goes up exponentially, increasing chance that intelligent life already exists in the universe.
Video - NASA probe reveals evidence of flowing water on Mars:

7 comments:

myvorpal said...

That's really amazing , but couldn't they get some close up photos . Can't the mars rover test for water on those sites ?

myvorpal said...

If that really is water it's a spectacular discovery !

myvorpal said...

If that really is water then it's a fantastic discovery . When are they gonna be able to get the mars rover over there to take some samples ?

myvorpal said...

If that really is water then it's a fantastic discovery . When are they gonna be able to get the mars rover over there to take some samples ?

myvorpal said...

If that really is water then it's a fantastic discovery . When are they gonna be able to get the mars rover over there to take some samples ?

Anonymous said...

Why is it SO Fantastic?...do you plan on going there?

It is obvious, looking down on Mars,to see erosion from water like we see here on Earth,but this erosion from water would have been from the "ancient Mars weather!"

The big Question in my mind is;
is the water, if any! ACCESSIBLE today!?...Life can not exist on FROZEN ~ WATER!! ~ ICE!! ~ how do you drink ICE??...HALLO!?

Anonymous said...

We would like to hear,lol read! more about "this so called evidence" of water, - "LIKELY" - to be flowing underground!...Really??:)

When all of us, are with the understanding,that it is ICE above
on the surface of Mars.

We're hinged on the word:.."LIKELY"
to be flowing water!
So what is it?...FLOWING! or FROZEN