Curiosity finds freshwater lake on Mars!

I am betting one day humans will probably find a planet to live in, that is suitable for living. Possibly one of those planets might be Mars?!
My bet could come true in a not very long distant future. That is for sure. ( I really don’t want to lose a bet).

So the news has it that : “The latest discovery of Nasa’s Mars Curiosity rover is evidence of an ancient freshwater lake on Mars that was part of an environment that could potentially have supported simple microbial life.”

This proves a few things.
First that Mars in it’s young days had lakes of freshwater like in planet earth. And secondly that there is more chance that there will be other planets to have freshwater lakes or might have had it in the past.

All of this makes a curious human (Such as me) think about chances of living in other planets. Optimism is everything. So lets stay positive about this and hope if humans could find another planet because this planet seems to be a little crowded (No offence intended).

One thought on “Curiosity finds freshwater lake on Mars!

  1. Then, is there fossils elsewhere, life on other planets? But, isn’t the emergence and maintenance of life a process of radical contingency? That is, is a unique and unrepeatable past totally necessary? Or does life emerge through space like mushrooms when some conditions are present? So, how many conditions are necessary: three, four, trillions, infinite? Only one, water or any sort of God? Is God the word that means infinite conditions, absolute necessity? Anyway, how did the life that emerge in a given conditions resist when switching to a different moment? How does life resist time itself, the effects of entropy? But, is it possible for human beings to recognise a simpler life than their own brain only? On the other hand, beyond likeness, is it possible to recognise a complex life than their brain, is this the extra-terrestrial life that some people are searching unsuccessfully? However, is there an origin of life or would it be as finding a cut in the material history of the universe, an infinite void that human language patches now? Is it the same cut between life and death? Along these lines, a serious-funny b-book, a preview in Just another suggestion for mind leisure, far away from dogmas or axioms.

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