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#37723 - 03/03/04 08:06 AM Hydrogen Peroxide Found In Mars Atmosphere
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The close passing of Mars to Earth last year has revealed to scientists why there isn't enough oxygen to support human life on Mars. Researchers have said today it is because of the presence of hydrogen peroxide.

Dr. R. Todd Clancy, heading the team said: "To a large degree, our measurement of hydrogen peroxide is a confirmation that we understand how the chemistry of the Mars atmosphere behaves."

Without the hydrogen peroxide, oxygen could increase to 10% of the atmosphere on Mars. This would, however, not make the planet habitable, the low atmospheric pressure would still be a problem.

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#37724 - 03/04/04 02:27 PM Re: Hydrogen Peroxide Found In Mars Atmosphere
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Wouldn't an amassment of hydrogen peroxide cause a micro-bacterial implosion? Liek maybe that's what happened to the aliens? They poisoned the shit out of their planet with it, or whatever.

The real cool thing here though, is microbiotic life in a planets core.Mini bacteria, lives at the core of planets, liek on the surface of the sun. Even if those hydrogen peroxide chemicals were present in magma, they wouldn't reach the core.

Mars is thought to have a magnetic iron core I believe that's now solid. Maybe partial or full Either way, iron oxide, iron bubbles, whatever, it shows deep within the core at places where rock meats, and such life may exist. As may fossilized proof of whatever.

I'm wondering why we're thinking their is life on mars, or alot of life to find, or that rock we have in the antarctic is from there. Sin used to live on mars though so maybe he knows? If the atmosphere is bacterially aggressive, it would seemingly keep everything mostly void of bacteria. But in the center some shit would live. Thought this rock is suppose to be landing on earth creating life for us how? it blew off before they fucked shit up? I know freakin 10 foot deep core samples, and bullshit rocks shouldn't be showing signs of life but fossils unless their wrong heh.

But yea they need to quick start a planet, terraforming is the way, with green house gases, and lifeforms, start with cows in space houses farting into tubes that go into the atmosphere. Heh just an idea:) Some college student may use liek a cliff note:|


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#37725 - 03/04/04 08:57 PM Re: Hydrogen Peroxide Found In Mars Atmosphere
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hey, if there is hydrogen peroxide, does this mean that it was inhabited by blondes? sorry, i had to say it.

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#37726 - 03/05/04 03:40 AM Re: Hydrogen Peroxide Found In Mars Atmosphere
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MAYBE:) maybe they killed off most of their populace by dieing all of their hair at once? :X


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