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Dethbob
03-23-2011, 02:07 PM
http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/22/us-venezuela-chavez-mars-idUSTRE72L61D20110322

""I have always said, heard, that it would not be strange that there had been civilization on Mars, but maybe capitalism arrived there, imperialism arrived and finished off the planet," Chavez said in speech to mark World Water Day."

This man is clearly a genius.

rockdawg21
03-23-2011, 03:23 PM
Weird

DonnaMaria
03-23-2011, 03:29 PM
http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/22/us-venezuela-chavez-mars-idUSTRE72L61D20110322

""I have always said, heard, that it would not be strange that there had been civilization on Mars, but maybe capitalism arrived there, imperialism arrived and finished off the planet," Chavez said in speech to mark World Water Day."

This man is clearly a genius.

Clearly!

It's a shame we are all too stupid to understand the depth of his greatness!:arrowthruhead:

KENTUCKYREDBONE
03-23-2011, 08:49 PM
Never fear! Barbara Walters and her kind will tell us poor dummies how smart both Chavez and Castro is!

NateR
03-23-2011, 08:51 PM
It has to be a joke right? :blink: The man can't be that stupid can he?

Oh wait, he's a socialist, of course he's that stupid. :laugh:

Tyburn
03-23-2011, 09:08 PM
http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/22/us-venezuela-chavez-mars-idUSTRE72L61D20110322

""I have always said, heard, that it would not be strange that there had been civilization on Mars, but maybe capitalism arrived there, imperialism arrived and finished off the planet," Chavez said in speech to mark World Water Day."

This man is clearly a genius.

Thats actually unlikely....and I'll tell you why.

In the early years of the solar system, Mars had a nice think atmosphere, it had running water also. HOWEVER...its unlikely to have got as far as life...we know this because in order for life to develope significant time must pass...and we know EXACTLY what killed Mars...and we know more or less when.

Each of the Inner planets after the protoplanet stage had liquid cores...these cores allowed whats called a Magnetic Shield to form...the magnetic shield stops the rays from the sun getting through the the surface...that NEEDS to happen if Life is to develope.

NOW Something happened very early on...and its largely due to the size of Mars and its speed of rotation and the likes...basically, it was too slow, this meant the core cooled quickly...when it went solid the magnetic shield collapsed...the atmosphere lifted and the water dissapeared.

The collapse left the whole of the surface of mars, except for one giant crator completely magnatized. That Crator must have been formed AFTER the collapse...and we can date that to FAR TOO EARLY in the Systems history for life to have developed.

At absolute best...maybe you had some shrubs...but little more then that ever existed on Mars. Conditions have to be exact and perfect for life...absolutely exact...too small, too slow, wrong material, wrong orbit, wrong distance...ann one of those things makes it impossible for life beyond the microscopic


...unless you want to talk about some of the Moons orbitting the outter planets, that some believe have liquid cores...and thus although they have frozen oceans...they speculate that at the sea bed, due to thermal and volcanic vents, the water may be liquid...and may contain similar abundance of life as our own depths that can suvive without any sunlight at all...but that is a bloody great step. It is where any complex life outside of earth in our system lies, in theory.

DonnaMaria
03-23-2011, 11:24 PM
Thats actually unlikely....and I'll tell you why.

In the early years of the solar system, Mars had a nice think atmosphere, it had running water also. HOWEVER...its unlikely to have got as far as life...we know this because in order for life to develope significant time must pass...and we know EXACTLY what killed Mars...and we know more or less when.

Each of the Inner planets after the protoplanet stage had liquid cores...these cores allowed whats called a Magnetic Shield to form...the magnetic shield stops the rays from the sun getting through the the surface...that NEEDS to happen if Life is to develope.

NOW Something happened very early on...and its largely due to the size of Mars and its speed of rotation and the likes...basically, it was too slow, this meant the core cooled quickly...when it went solid the magnetic shield collapsed...the atmosphere lifted and the water dissapeared.

The collapse left the whole of the surface of mars, except for one giant crator completely magnatized. That Crator must have been formed AFTER the collapse...and we can date that to FAR TOO EARLY in the Systems history for life to have developed.

At absolute best...maybe you had some shrubs...but little more then that ever existed on Mars. Conditions have to be exact and perfect for life...absolutely exact...too small, too slow, wrong material, wrong orbit, wrong distance...ann one of those things makes it impossible for life beyond the microscopic


...unless you want to talk about some of the Moons orbitting the outter planets, that some believe have liquid cores...and thus although they have frozen oceans...they speculate that at the sea bed, due to thermal and volcanic vents, the water may be liquid...and may contain similar abundance of life as our own depths that can suvive without any sunlight at all...but that is a bloody great step. It is where any complex life outside of earth in our system lies, in theory.

Wow Dave.............

just............wow.................:blink:

NateR
03-23-2011, 11:31 PM
Wow Dave.............

just............wow.................:blink:

Yeah, especially since none of that is really scientific, it's just speculation and guesswork based on dirt samples. :laugh:

flo
03-24-2011, 12:56 AM
Clearly!

It's a shame we are all too stupid to understand the depth of his greatness!:arrowthruhead:

Perfect! :laugh:

Tyburn
03-24-2011, 12:22 PM
Yeah, especially since none of that is really scientific, it's just speculation and guesswork based on dirt samples. :laugh:

ohh...well if you prefer the Captialism theory...you go for it :laugh:

Dethbob
03-24-2011, 12:58 PM
Thats actually unlikely....and I'll tell you why.

In the early years of the solar system, Mars had a nice think atmosphere, it had running water also. HOWEVER...its unlikely to have got as far as life...we know this because in order for life to develope significant time must pass...and we know EXACTLY what killed Mars...and we know more or less when.

Each of the Inner planets after the protoplanet stage had liquid cores...these cores allowed whats called a Magnetic Shield to form...the magnetic shield stops the rays from the sun getting through the the surface...that NEEDS to happen if Life is to develope.

NOW Something happened very early on...and its largely due to the size of Mars and its speed of rotation and the likes...basically, it was too slow, this meant the core cooled quickly...when it went solid the magnetic shield collapsed...the atmosphere lifted and the water dissapeared.

The collapse left the whole of the surface of mars, except for one giant crator completely magnatized. That Crator must have been formed AFTER the collapse...and we can date that to FAR TOO EARLY in the Systems history for life to have developed.

At absolute best...maybe you had some shrubs...but little more then that ever existed on Mars. Conditions have to be exact and perfect for life...absolutely exact...too small, too slow, wrong material, wrong orbit, wrong distance...ann one of those things makes it impossible for life beyond the microscopic


...unless you want to talk about some of the Moons orbitting the outter planets, that some believe have liquid cores...and thus although they have frozen oceans...they speculate that at the sea bed, due to thermal and volcanic vents, the water may be liquid...and may contain similar abundance of life as our own depths that can suvive without any sunlight at all...but that is a bloody great step. It is where any complex life outside of earth in our system lies, in theory.

Wait, wait, are you saying it WASN’T caused by capitalists?

DonnaMaria
03-24-2011, 03:26 PM
Wait, wait, are you saying it WASN’T caused by capitalists?


Yes! I believe that is a "No!" vote from Dave.

I think............