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Default NASA May Have Discovered and Then Destroyed Organics on Mars in 1976.

NASA May Have Discovered and Then Destroyed Organics on Mars in 1976
By Chelsea Gohd, Space.com Staff Writer | July 11, 2018 05:19pm ET
https://www.space.com/41140-mars-lan...-organics.html

A very important point that needs to be kept in mind is that all the Viking
life experiments received positive results. BUT the fact that the organics
detector found no organics led the scientists to conclude that those
positive results returned by the life experiments must have been false
positives, not actually life.

But if is indeed the case that Viking did also detect organics then the
possibility arises that the Viking life experiments did indeed detect life.

Anyone interested in an interpretation of the Viking life experiments as
being positive for life should read the book:

Mars: the Living Planet.
https://www.amazon.com/Mars-Living-P.../dp/B005ZOFKI8

Needless to say this is a very controversial viewpoint, but this has been
the view held by Viking investigator Gil Levin for decades.

Bob Clark

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