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MONDAY, MAY 26, 2008  |  9 comments
Historic pictures sent from Mars

A Nasa spacecraft has sent back historic first pictures of an unexplored region of Mars.

The Mars Phoenix lander touched down in the far north of the Red Planet, after a 680 million-km (423 million-mile) journey from Earth.

The probe is equipped with a robotic arm to dig for water-ice thought to be buried beneath the surface.

It will begin examining the site for evidence of the building blocks of life in the next few days.


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Faithful Remnant  Find all comments by Faithful Remnant
Faith on the earth? At the rate things are going here, there may end up being more faith and life on Mars.
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News Item6/2/08 9:09 PM
Dr. Phil  Find all comments by Dr. Phil
MurrayA wrote:
I think we need to understand that NASA justifies its funding allocation by the search for extra-terrestrial life. NASA is very much involved in the SETI programme, and its space probe equipment is geared toward that end.
Integral to this object is the search for water: the evolutionary belief that al you need is a conglomeration of the right chemicals, and then - just add water! When one adds water, hey presto...life!!! You don't believe me? Then listen to the rhetoric!
So it's not just the media which gets on to the life-on-other-planets bandwagon; it's NASA itself.
Hence they will get excited when some lowly organic compound is found - and you will then hear "the building-blocks of life" mantra. The same goes for discovery of water.
Hey Murray,

Good point. And of course as you imply, the real question to ask is "When the Son of Man returns, will he find any with faith on the earth?" I am sure NASA could care less about that, but it would be interesting to know how many faithful are paying taxes to support their non-sense. I am for doing scientific research, but hey, less not justify doing it with such non-sense as searching for life beyond earth. What is wrong with just saying, "We just want to know what is out there"?

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News Item6/2/08 8:01 PM
MurrayA | Australia  Find all comments by MurrayA
I think we need to understand that NASA justifies its funding allocation by the search for extra-terrestrial life. NASA is very much involved in the SETI programme, and its space probe equipment is geared toward that end.

Integral to this object is the search for water: the evolutionary belief that al you need is a conglomeration of the right chemicals, and then - just add water! When one adds water, hey presto...life!!! You don't believe me? Then listen to the rhetoric!

So it's not just the media which gets on to the life-on-other-planets bandwagon; it's NASA itself.

Hence they will get excited when some lowly organic compound is found - and you will then hear "the building-blocks of life" mantra. The same goes for discovery of water.

But how much water is there really on Mars? Probably not much. I will be interested, of course, but I fully expect that most of the ice-cap will be dry ice, or frozen CO2.

Yet evolutionist, anti-creationist scientists will prattle on about how Mars was once covered with water, yet there is hardly any there now. But talk to the same people about how there was once a world-wide flood on the Earth, and they will almost scrag you from ear to ear! "Where is all the water now?" they will sneer. Hypocrisy is known in her children!

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spiritcarrieson | central Ohio  Find all comments by spiritcarrieson
Mic wrote:
$400,000 million ?! and what do they want to find? WATER ! One of the most common things of all. Comets often have massive chunks of ice. Rings around planets sometimes have ice
everywhere. So they want to find water on Mars to tell us our future? What a bunch of dips. If they find water, I demand at least a new flavor of TANG !
or at least improve the flavor of Tang.
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News Item5/27/08 3:56 PM
ouini | Iowa  Contact via emailFind all comments by ouini
Mic wrote:
$400,000 million ?! and what do they want to find? WATER ! One of the most common things of all ...
From my understanding, they're looking for liquid water, not the frozen stuff in comets and rings.

And Mike's kind of right ... the only model of evolution there is relies heavily on (liquid) water to work. Scientists aren't looking for credibility for the theory, they're looking for signs of past or present life, and figure water is their best bet.

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Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Mic wrote:
$400,000 million ?! and what do they want to find? WATER ! One of the most common things of all. Comets often have massive chunks of ice. Rings around planets sometimes have ice
everywhere. So they want to find water on Mars to tell us our future? What a bunch of dips. If they find water, I demand at least a new flavor of TANG !
Remember the reason for wanting to find water. In the evolutionist handbook is the premise that life originated in some primordial sea. Finding water, in their view, somehow lends credibility to their pet theory, and enables assumptions about the existence of life elsewhere.
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News Item5/27/08 2:38 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I think there will be too much iron in it. By the way, another interesting picture can be seen at, http://phoenix.lpl.arizona.edu/ an actual parachuting to earth, oops, Mars. I wouldn't grip too much at least it landed safely, and might even do what is suppose to do, now that is something we all can be surprised about, a Federal government/state university program, that doesn't often happen.

Jeremiah 32
17 Ah Lord Jehovah! behold, thou hast made the heavens and the earth by thy great power and by thine outstrethed arm; there is nothing too hard for thee,

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News Item5/26/08 9:37 PM
Neil Armstrong  Find all comments by Neil Armstrong
Me too.
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Mic | Kyoto  Contact via emailFind all comments by Mic
$400,000 million ?! and what do they want to find? WATER ! One of the most common things of all. Comets often have massive chunks of ice. Rings around planets sometimes have ice
everywhere. So they want to find water on Mars to tell us our future? What a bunch of dips. If they find water, I demand at least a new flavor of TANG !
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