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Re: Martian Origins Of Life On Earth?

From: Bert Reijersen van Buuren <bert.nul>
Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2013 01:00:38 +0200
Archived: Wed, 11 Sep 2013 19:30:02 -0400
Subject: Re: Martian Origins Of Life On Earth?


>From: Diana Cammack <cammack.nul>
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
>Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2013 15:16:53 +0200
>Subject: Martian Origins Of Life On Earth?

>The Daily Beast

>http://tinyurl.com/qguadnz

>August 29, 2013


>Earth Life Began On Mars

>Earth Life Began on Mars If this study's right, you're a
>Martian: it shows that chemical elements involved in the early
>formations of life were available on Mars long before Earth, and
>were possibly brought to our planet by a meteorite. Three
>billion years ago the Earth was covered with water, and didn't
>have enough oxygen to form molybdenum. "It's yet another piece
>of evidence which makes it more likely life came to Earth on a
>Martian meteorite, rather than starting on this planet", said
>Florida biochemist Steve Benner, who is presenting the finding
>at a conference in Florence, Italy.

>Read it at Yahoo News:

>http://tinyurl.com/ped39pf


There was oxygen enough on Earth where life started:

http://tinyurl.com/m68mw3r

Earthquakes are not particularly welcome by those who experience
them (and Reasons To Believe would respond in a different manner
in the event of a catastrophic event), nevertheless there are a
number of very important benefits the planet derives from the
processes that result in temblors.

<snip>

Oxygen becomes bound up in various oxides which are then drawn
into the Earth's interior, where various processes result in its
being incorporated into an exotic mineral called majorite. The
results reported in this letter established that majorite
functions as a kind of "reservoir" for oxygen, and when the
majorite ascends nearer to the surface of the Earth it breaks
down and releases its oxygen. Some of this oxygen also binds
with hydrogen released from the interior of the Earth to form
water. The authors have referred to the whole process as an
"oxygen elevator."

They go on to say that "without the 'oxygen elevator' in its
mantle the Earth would probably be a barren planet hostile to
life. According to our findings, planets below a certain size
hardly have any chance of forming a stable atmosphere with a
high water content."

This research confirms the existence of one more finely tuned
mechanism that depends on plate tectonics and contributes to an
environment that can support life. It also gives humans one more
reason to be appreciative rather than dismayed when we
experience an earthquake that breaks some precious possessions
beyond repair.



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Bert ( A W RvB )
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bert.nul
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