- NASA's Opportunity rover has found a bright vein of what scientists believe to be gypsum.
- This vein appears to have been formed by flowing water: Steve Squyres of Cornell says, “This tells a slam-dunk story that water flowed through underground fractures in the rock.”
- Russian efforts to reach Mars have been repeatedly foiled by "technical problems" with their spacecraft.
Given that relationship, why won't NASA or the ESA release any information on how much of the Saturn water has been sourced from Mars, and how much from Titan?
When will our technocrat self-proclaimed overlords admit how much they know, and tell us just what threats exist here in our own solar system?
We'll continue to monitor developments and report back here as more information becomes available.
Posted by Listener 43
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