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(BBC)   Scientists conclude that an ancient lake on Mars may have at one time supported life. Then again, they said the same thing about the East River   (bbc.co.uk) divider line 2
    More: Spiffy, Bottom of the Ocean, Earth, ancient lakes, chemical analysis, habitability, East River, erosion, argon  
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2013-12-11 01:53:32 PM  
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"The scientists can tell that water - the "lubricant" of life - was significant and persistent in Gale, and that it must have been broadly neutral in pH, and not at all briney."

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2013-12-11 10:35:29 AM  
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The East River did have life. Well, formerly living things, floating downstream, usually with extra holes in them.
 
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