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Fraser
2012-Sep-10, 06:20 PM
Methane on Mars has long perplexed scientists; the short-lived gas has been measured in surprising quantities in Mars’ atmosphere over several seasons, sometimes in fairly large plumes. Scientists have taken this to be evidence of Mars being an ‘active’ planet, either geologically or biologically. But a group of researchers from Mexico have come up with [...]

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publiusr
2012-Sep-17, 11:06 PM
Mechanical processes naturally foll folks--its how life was mixed up and brought out to begin with. I have often thought of vorticity as needed for the double helix in some form.