Thursday, December 04, 2003

If All Goes Well...

the two Mars Exploration Rover probes will land on the Red planet in January. The search for life outside of Earth continues. This despite the fact that continued research indicates the higher improbability of life existing anywhere in the universe. Mars is touted as a good spot for life to have originated and, through meteor collisions, been transported to Earth. Yet evidence is mounting that Mars never had a warm, wet, past. Point to consider (per Hugh Ross at Reasons to Believe): if it is possible for fragments of Mars to have been transported to Earth through meteor collisions, then it is possible for fragments of Earth to have been transported to Mars by the very same means. Therefore, it is within the realm of possibility for us to discover evidence of life on Mars that actually originated on Earth! Remember that when all the hoopla starts next month after the landings.

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