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Old November 15th 08, 10:49 PM posted to alt.astronomy
G=EMC^2 Glazier[_1_]
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Remember reading a very long time ago that an astronomy calculated that
some of the 1,000s of meteorites collected there should be a few that
were blasted of the surface of the moon and Mars. He could tell those
that came from Mars(oh Ya) Then in 1984 on the ice of Antarctica(near
Christmas time) NASA jumped on this meteorite found and at the Space
center using a magnification of 200,000 times found a worm like fossil
in it and immediately held a news conference(NASA loves Those) Thus the
news media went wild. However the reality was this was not all that
convincing and rather than NASA ending up with egg on its face it got
more reserved and said we need more dater Playing it down
All those that read my post know Mars has red clams 200 feet down Oh Ya
TreBert

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Old November 16th 08, 12:22 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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"G=EMC^2 Glazier" wrote in message
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Remember reading a very long time ago that an astronomy calculated that
some of the 1,000s of meteorites collected there should be a few that
were blasted of the surface of the moon and Mars. He could tell those
that came from Mars(oh Ya) Then in 1984 on the ice of Antarctica(near
Christmas time) NASA jumped on this meteorite found and at the Space
center using a magnification of 200,000 times found a worm like fossil
in it and immediately held a news conference(NASA loves Those) Thus the
news media went wild. However the reality was this was not all that
convincing and rather than NASA ending up with egg on its face it got
more reserved and said we need more dater Playing it down
All those that read my post know Mars has red clams 200 feet down Oh Ya
TreBert


Why did those in the news media go so wild over the possible fossil of alien
life? Is it really that plausible that in this whole and entire universe,
life only exists on this island, Earth?


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Old November 16th 08, 02:23 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Mark Unless proven other wise life does only exist on Earth TreBert

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Old November 17th 08, 01:26 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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"G=EMC^2 Glazier" wrote in message
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Mark Unless proven other wise life does only exist on Earth TreBert


Unless proven otherwise, life in the Universe is the rule, rather than the
exception.


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Old November 17th 08, 05:09 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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"G=EMC^2 Glazier" wrote in message
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Mark Unless proven other wise life does only exist on Earth TreBert



Bert, why don't you start from the otherside, and say that the universe is
teaming with life, unless it is proven otherwise?

You can't really have a house without an occupant, can you?


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Old November 17th 08, 10:00 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Foreclosures fixed that difficulty, Mark! lmfjao!

Saul Levy


On Sun, 16 Nov 2008 22:09:33 -0600, "Mark Earnest"
wrote:

Bert, why don't you start from the otherside, and say that the universe is
teaming with life, unless it is proven otherwise?

You can't really have a house without an occupant, can you?

 




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