Charles, I know this is just another one of your pseudo-intellectual farts, but really. How does Mars having once had lakes and rivers (no mention of oceans) somehow make it similar to our case of melting ice caps. We're going to inundated with water, not the other way around. Now, there is speculation that mars lost it's atmosphere at one point, but there are numerous factors that in no way guarantee the same fate for us.
Also, the article makes absolutely NO MENTION of the earth suffering the same or similar fate, or any fate at all for that matter. Did you even read the article?
I haven't seen anything that states there is no water on Mars. I have heard that water could be deep under the surface and even in the rocks themselves. There is some science that rocks on the moon that are heated to eight hundred degrees produce water. And I have seen pictures that show recent water like eruptions on mars.
CM's planet is much smaller than ours; its gravity is too weak to retain an atmosphere beyond the nebulous brainfart.
They blew it up! DAMN DIRTY APES!!!
I'm just waiting to see how (preferably half-naked) Italian women somehow factor into all of this. Because you know they do.
@5 from your lips to the FSM's noodly listening orbs ...
Silly scientists--the water obviously migrated here, to Earth! Look around! We have lots of it!
Charles, c'mon.... look one planet *in* if you wanna see our runaway greenhouse future.
If there's any planet we'll resemble more in the far future, it will be Venus.
Venus makes even Mercury feel like a York Peppermint Patty.
Mars used to be a beautiful place. It was destroyed by bad modern architecture.
Dimwit - get Jonathan Golob to explain why Mars couldn't hold its water, or a decent atmosphere.
I guess that is why rural life is idiotic, and jungle life is more idiotic.
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