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(Pravda)   Martians discovered in Siberian permafrost   (english.pravda.ru) divider line 18
    More: Unlikely, Martians, Siberian, solar heating, permafrost, low-pressures, Siberian permafrost, Red Planet  
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2013-01-15 10:46:30 AM
Oh, Pravda. You so crazy. :P
 
2013-01-15 11:42:17 AM
Actually, for Pravda, that was a pretty thoughtful article.
 
2013-01-15 11:51:57 AM

sno man: Actually, for Pravda, that was a pretty thoughtful article.


What I love is how their headline doesn't really match what's in TFA. It's kind of like Fark.com in that way.
 
2013-01-15 12:03:16 PM

xanadian: sno man: Actually, for Pravda, that was a pretty thoughtful article.

What I love is how their headline doesn't really match what's in TFA. It's kind of like Fark.com in that way.


and why we love it so...
Besides... MARTIANS!
 
2013-01-15 01:25:50 PM
I didn't read the whole thing, but they didn't say anything bad about America in the first two paragraphs. That's a new record for Pravda, I think.
 
2013-01-15 01:27:36 PM

cgraves67: I didn't read the whole thing, but they didn't say anything bad about America in the first two paragraphs. That's a new record for Pravda, I think.


So the sound was down but, you got the gist of it eh?
 
2013-01-15 01:34:16 PM

Captain Steroid: Oh, Pravda. You so crazy. :P


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2013-01-15 01:38:02 PM
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"Hey, you didn't see a dog around here, did you?"
 
2013-01-15 01:43:15 PM
Oh goody! My illudium Q-36 explosive space modulator

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2013-01-15 01:43:56 PM

sno man: Actually, for Pravda, that was a pretty thoughtful article.


Accurate, informative, decently written. Are we sure the Martians are in Siberian permafrost? We may have a sleeper agent here, people!

But seriously, I would not be surprised at all if they don't find cousins of some of these microbes on Mars, which would raise the interesting question of where they originated--on Mars or on Earth.

But I wish they'd get on with it. Mars exploration is just too damn slow. I'm not going to live forever. Do it within my life time, dammit.

They should make some Mars probes shaped like beach balls that roll around and dig into the groun like a virus attaching itself to a cell wall. They could test a lot of different places for microbes quickly, taking samples from over 30 centimeters down, sampling polar ice and those alluvial-type deposits, and getting a much faster profile of possible hiding places for life or fossils.

Life should have made its way to Mars from Earth by now, and vice versa, riding in space debris thrown off by meteorite impacts. There must be some trace of it somewhere.
 
2013-01-15 01:49:06 PM
> The scientists took samples of the bacterial flora at the depth of 20 meters on the right bank of the Kolyma River.

Hey, they found Republican martians!
 
2013-01-15 01:56:04 PM

brantgoose: They should make some Mars probes shaped like beach balls that roll around and dig into the groun like a virus attaching itself to a cell wall. They could test a lot of different places for microbes quickly, taking samples from over 30 centimeters down, sampling polar ice and those alluvial-type deposits, and getting a much faster profile of possible hiding places for life or fossils.


Please describe the size and mass of this beach ball with 30 cm drills/shovels, the testing equipment and supplies, and the power supply for the ball. It certainly is going to be too heavy for natural forces to make it roll far very often (how often would a tornado hit this thing?), so also describe how it will be persuaded to move.
 
2013-01-15 02:09:22 PM

WelldeadLink: Please describe the size and mass of this beach ball with 30 cm drills/shovels, the testing equipment and supplies, and the power supply for the ball. It certainly is going to be too heavy for natural forces to make it roll far very often (how often would a tornado hit this thing?), so also describe how it will be persuaded to move.


Shaduppa yu mouth.
Let the guy dream, don't fark it up math and physics and silly shiat like that.
 
2013-01-15 02:24:08 PM
I think it's time to let martians go people. Life is everywhere on Earth because Earth has ideal conditions and, through incredibly lucky circumstances, has been ideal for billions of years. Mars has been a cold, barren rock for a very long time.

I'm not sure why an empty universe is so hard for people to deal with. We have all that space and all those resources and don't have to worry about screwing anything up since it's all empty and ugly anyway. It's a big blank canvas that we can do whatever we want with.
 
2013-01-15 02:28:10 PM
Painting my part of the canvas with hookers and blow is getting expensive.
 
2013-01-15 02:58:36 PM
Get into an argument in the comment section of Pravda. Good times are assured. Usually the person that 'wrote' the article will jump in too.
 
2013-01-15 06:31:33 PM
Picture of Martian emerging from the ice:

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2013-01-15 06:46:52 PM
memeimages.com
 
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