Mars, Water and Flies.

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dryson

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<p>Since water has been found on Mars, a series of expieriments should take place to see whether or not there is life, has been life or whether or not Mars can support life. </p><p>This set-up involves flies lots of them, doesn't matter what type of flies but lots of them are what is needed. To catch the neccessary amount of flies there is a bag type device that emits a foul odor that attracts flies that then drown in the water. Eventually more flies come to sift through the decay hoping to find a nice spot to lay their maggot eggs. This bag will weigh roughly two to five pounds depending on the amount of flies caught. Now we know that flies are carrion crawler's or nature's trash men of fleshy material. They crawl over numerous dead and decayed or decaying material all the time. In doing so they pick up various microrganism's that <br />are feeding on the carcass and become trapped on the flies leg hairs. During this process the fly will deficate numerous times. This excrimant then because aprt of the soil or is what soil actually is.</p><p>After the flies die these microrganism's then in turn feed upon the caracass of the now dead flie.<br />In doing so they too deficate thus building up more layers of soil. After so many thousands of years of decay and growth the soil layer builds up into a thick layer of useable and fertile soil from which all types of plants grow from.</p><p>What can be cheaply done to see if life is present on Mars or that Mars can support life is to aquire roughly 145 tons of dead flies land them near the polar ice caps,and melt alittle of the water. When the water reaches the flies which should have been vacuumed sealed to prevent any further decay, the water should create a habitat suitable for the microrginism's to thrive in and grow. This type of expieriment could also be a way to start getting rid of the flies around the world and putting them to a usefull purpose.</p>
 
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tanstaafl76

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<p>&nbsp;</p><p>It's not cool to hog all the hooch, chief.&nbsp; Puff puff give!</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p> <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> </div>
 
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samkent

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That experiment would negate all of NASAs efforts to sterilize the space craft before landing on Mars. Remember we are not there to contaminate the ecosphere.
 
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dryson

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<p><BR/>Replying to:<BR/><DIV CLASS='Discussion_PostQuote'>That experiment would negate all of NASAs efforts to sterilize the space craft before landing on Mars. Remember we are not there to contaminate the ecosphere. <br />Posted by samkent</DIV></p><p>Mars is a barren planet, there for our taking. Why would we need to sterlize the landing craft? By doing so would create more cost for the mission and negate the purpose of the project. The purpose of this project is to see whether or not Mars can support life. If there is life on Mars then it would have already have been present and discovered. Microbially speaking. <br /></p>
 
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MeteorWayne

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Replying to:<BR/><DIV CLASS='Discussion_PostQuote'>Mars is a barren planet, there for our taking. Why would we need to sterlize the landing craft? By doing so would create more cost for the mission and negate the purpose of the project. The purpose of this project is to see whether or not Mars can support life. If there is life on Mars then it would have already have been present and discovered. Microbially speaking. <br />Posted by dryson</DIV><br /><br />We don't now that it's barren. We have only&nbsp;sampled a few locations with some relatively primitive experiments. <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> <p><font color="#000080"><em><font color="#000000">But the Krell forgot one thing John. Monsters. Monsters from the Id.</font></em> </font></p><p><font color="#000080">I really, really, really, really miss the "first unread post" function</font><font color="#000080"> </font></p> </div>
 
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