Re: Theos-World Alkaline in Martian soil
Jun 29, 2008 10:44 AM
The Phoenix was designed to investigate the peripheral perimeter of the Martian Polar Ice Cap specifically to see if the Cap is water or frozen carbon dioxide or other gas, the Martian polar caps grow and decline with the orbital summer and winters of Mars. The logic is that if there is to be found substantial quantities of water which is the bench for a Mars Colony in a future time, it will be found at the Polar Cap regions and not elsewhere, based upon already determined science. If Water can be scientifically validated in enough volume it mediates all future science to Mars.
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From: "Konstantin Zaitzev" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
--- In email@example.com, "Morten Nymann Olesen"
> I thought I once heard something about Alkaline batteries or
> something like that.
Alkaline is any substance opposite to acid. The reaction can be either
acidic, neutral or alkaline, and ph is a parameter to measure it.
Do they not study chemistry in the schools of your country? It seems
that the sexual issues have more important place in the curriculum.
What interests me more, why they search for life on the poles of Mars?
Would they find much life on the poles of Earth?
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