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Re: Mars Rover Finds 'Puddles' On The Planet's

From: Eleanor White <eleanor.nul>
Date: Sat, 09 Jun 2007 16:57:53 -0400
Fwd Date: Sat, 09 Jun 2007 18:36:20 -0400
Subject: Re: Mars Rover Finds 'Puddles' On The Planet's


>15:33 08 June 2007

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>Mars Rover Finds 'Puddles' On The Planet's Surface
>David Chandler


>"The temperatures get plenty warm enough, but the Mars
>atmosphere is essentially a vacuum,"

Has there ever been any debate as to the actual pressure at the
surface of Mars? I'm wondering, given the water evidence, if the
genuine atmospheric pressure has been covered up, as too high a
figure could lead to popular acceptance that life really could
be there.

I'm thinking of the incident when, correct me if I'm wrong, the
first Mars rover started sending back pictures of a fairly
Arizona-like planet, and JPL allegedly had technicians busy
adjusting staff monitors to show a very dull red, inhospitable

Given that revelations that life exists on other planets (and
that UFOs as ET craft is actually a very probable situation)
would be a disaster current governments really dont' want to
deal with, I can't help wondering if the genuine Mars
atmospheric properties are being covered up.

Eleanor White

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