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Do you think scientists will ever find evidence that life existed on Mars?

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EarlyBird

Nov-18-13 6:48 AM

Nope, Mars is an abortion from the Solar System.

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Bobs2cents

Nov-18-13 8:27 AM

@Justice, Science isn't trickery, it actaully proves creation from God. Our creator may have also created life elsewhere, but it doesn't seem like Mars was it. My opinion is that if there is other life out there, we'll never find it and it will never find us. Distances too great no matter how advanced mortal life might get. And that might be on purpose.

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takkak

Nov-18-13 8:55 AM

Life as in a simple organism or as in a big head alien with a silver shiney saucer? What if we are the most advanced civilization, why do we always think others will be. Perhaps our 100 inch TVs are bigger than theirs.

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namexxx

Nov-18-13 9:49 AM

I don't trust science. I put my trust in the ancient scribblings of mad men.

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EarlyBird

Nov-18-13 12:15 PM

hahahahha funny stuff people!!! hahaha and then it wasn't

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takkak

Nov-18-13 12:50 PM

If we evolved from Apes, why are there still Apes?

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takkak

Nov-18-13 12:51 PM

Nothing scarier than folks from the mountains of West Virginia.

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takkak

Nov-18-13 4:03 PM

Found an answer: Humans did not evolve from present-day apes. Rather, humans and apes share a common ancestor that gave rise to both. This commonancestor, although not identical to modern apes, was almost certainly more apelike than humanlike in appearance and behavior. At some point -- scientists estimate that between 5 and 8 million years ago -- this species diverged into two distinct lineages, one of which were the hominids, or humanlike species, and the other ultimately evolved into the African great ape species living today.

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RobotChicken

Nov-18-13 4:28 PM

"I thought we were still looking for it on Earth? At least our 'Native American's' were on the right track, and we all saw what illegal immigration in the 1700's did too that..."

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MarkHighwater

Nov-18-13 6:52 PM

NO...but I do believer there is oil in the Bakken ;)

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rickrod

Nov-18-13 7:22 PM

Why do we even respond to any poll question by MDN? they do NOTHING with results. So I'm asking everyone to stop responding to any poll.

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takkak

Nov-18-13 7:27 PM

I like the polls. I don't care about use or agrees/disagrees. It just helps pass life...

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locomotive

Nov-18-13 10:40 PM

Were there bullies on Mars?

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Peeweepeterson

Nov-18-13 10:59 PM

No, its finding a piece of 1mm thread in a haystack in a 100km/hr wind.

But hey, keep looking.

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Peeweepeterson

Nov-18-13 11:00 PM

Lets send an oil ring to Mars and have them drill.

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Peeweepeterson

Nov-18-13 11:02 PM

I like Earlybird's abortion comment. That classic stuff right there!

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JackAaah

Nov-19-13 8:18 AM

life was good on Mars.....til global cooling began to happen.....or was it global warming? My brain still hurts after going through the 'which is more liberal a media?' poll....

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realwildchyld

Nov-19-13 7:29 PM

Already have...... Leftwing and PJ are from there...... Oops no they are from Uranus.

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