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NASA has chosen two sites for landing their probe on Mars: Gale crater and Eberswalde crater.
It is better to choose landing at the mountain bases (although this will endanger their probe landing).
So choose the high moutains of Mars such mountains have their tops covered with ice. The ice will percolate to find some exit on the slopes and in the valleys --> water springs, streams and rivers just like on Earth.
We said in the previous months that there is water and people on Mars, and all of the others mocked and said: No, there is only frozen CO2. We gave many evidences and logical explanation, but all that was without benefit; because we confirmed that by the ayat of the Quran and its interpretation.
Post by Chicago Astronomer Joe on Aug 5, 2011 20:59:12 GMT -6
I have been saying for years that water exists on Mars, ice and liquid.
The old school curmudgeoned know-it-alls, hanging on to the cold, dead, and dry concept, argued with me that the air is too thin and would sublimate. Linking to that damned glass of water on the Mars candy bar. Even the Martian fossil that a rover discovered was in denial by the coots.
Odd, they have been quiet for some time now, as more spooned-fed details on Martian water gets released, but nothing to do with a god of any sorts.
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This time, they chose to go with their Curiosity to a base of a mountains: Sharp mountain; but they still rover about on the high desolated land among sand, rocks and pebbles.
While they ignore the regions more vulnerable to have life in addition to flowing surface water like the Newton Crater: as demonstrated by the seasonal variation in the images.
When I said to go to a base of a mountain; like the four mountains in the northern hemisphere of Mars and which have tops covered with ice; because most probably such ice will melt in Summer leading to water percolation and springing on the slopes and in the valleys which are evidently not freezing and are in fact devoid of ice: not like their tops.