"All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up." - Mars

Just in case you haven't heard the news . . . Mars exploration scientists have determined all the properties needed for water, exist on the planet.  This suggests that at some point in its history, Mars was somewhat like Earth in its ability to support life.

Yep, so Mars is something like Earth's great (times a few billion) grandfather (or grandmother).

Time Magazine has showcased some pretty amazing images of Mar's landscape.  They look eerily familiar . . .  Is that a dried-up delta?  Dunes?

If Mars is/was capable of producing these natural water features, then it's not completely insane to suggest the possibility of Marian life, is it?

. . . maybe there's oil . . .


Anyway, enjoy these beautiful photographs.

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