Don't think there was life on Mars? This dried-up stream takes umbrage9/28/2012
We can practically hear the E.T.-hunting folks over at SETI jumping for joy and firing up their space monitors after hearing the news that NASA's Curiosity rover has discovered this ancient, dried-up stream on Mars. The find adds serious heft to the idea that there could have been life on the Red Planet. The possibly earth-shattering evidence comes in the form of rounded stones that scientists say were shaped by water "moving about 3 feet per second, with a depth somewhere between ankle and hip deep." Here you see the gravel scattered along a rocky Martian outcrop called Hottah, thought to have been the bottom of a rushing waterway. Don't discount the alien conspiracists just yet. [Source]
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