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Old 08-26-2004, 09:04 AM   #1
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"Mars was just like Earth, because they were right next to each other when both were being formed"

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who said that?
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here's his "proof" which I doubt he read cause I did and none of it even comes close to supporting him.

"I can't find any evidence huh? It's called a 2 minute search....

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/su...m/origins.shtml

http://pasadena.wr.usgs.gov/office/.../lecture03.html

http://www.astro.livjm.ac.uk/course...134/solsys.html

http://images.google.com/imgres?img...DUTF-8%26sa%3DN

http://www.gly.bris.ac.uk/www/teach...s/overview.html"
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There is evidence that Mars was once a wetter, warmer place than it is now. It doesn't have anything to do with Earth and Mars forming close together and wandering apart. Most theories involve CO2 in the atmosphere getting locked in the soil. Without geological/volcanic activity, it never got returned into the atmosphere (like it does on earth). As the CO2 levels dropped, the atmosphere thinned, and the temperature dropped.
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There is evidence that Mars was once a wetter, warmer place than it is now. It doesn't have anything to do with Earth and Mars forming close together and wandering apart. Most theories involve CO2 in the atmosphere getting locked in the soil. Without geological/volcanic activity, it never got returned into the atmosphere (like it does on earth). As the CO2 levels dropped, the atmosphere thinned, and the temperature dropped.
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actually mars has the largest volcano in the solar system on it. So there was once volcanic activity, it's just been silent for a very long time. The volcanic activity is what caused the formation of water, because it releases steam from the eruption and releases this as rain.
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actually mars has the largest volcano in the solar system on it. So there was once volcanic activity, it's just been silent for a very long time. The volcanic activity is what caused the formation of water, because it releases steam from the eruption and releases this as rain.
I won't deny that Mars used to be active, because, like you said, it has probably the largest volcano in the solar system in it's surface.

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Dried up river valleys indicate that Mars had liquid water on its surface about 3.6 to 4 billion years ago. Because liquid water cannot exist at today's sub-freezing temperature on Mars (about -60 deg C on average), except as a very transient phenomenon, this implies a thicker greenhouse atmosphere. On Earth, the CO2 released to the atmosphere from volcanoes dissolves in water, reacts with silicate rocks, and forms carbonate minerals that sink to the bottom of the ocean. At the ocean floor, over many thousands of years, this solid material gets squashed down to form sedimentary rock. A similar process would have occurred on an early, wet Mars. Then later on, in the absence of Martian volcanic activity to re-inject the CO2 into the atmosphere, atmospheric CO2 levels would have declined, greenhouse warming would have diminished, and Mars would have become frozen. Luckily, Earth has not frozen because volcanic activity resulting from tectonics continually recycles CO2 back into the atmosphere on geological timescales.
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True Mark, but the point of contention is where they were located. Not that Mars was wetter or warmer or might of even had/have life.

His reasoning for Mars haven't been warmer/wetter was because of it's location way back when.

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His reasoning for Mars haven't been warmer/wetter was because of it's location way back when.
If he thinks that Mars was closer to the sun, and then wandered away...he's terribly misinformed.
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That's a nice way of putting it.

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