@NatGeo
National Geographic
3 days ago
The search for signs of ancient Martian life is getting an airborne assist
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@MaudePatnett
Maude Patnett
3 days ago
@NatGeo Throwing away good money on bad.
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@dcharvie
Dave Harvie
3 days ago
@NatGeo Ridulous
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@DenisPatrice3
Denis Patrice
3 days ago
@NatGeo These "scientific" people have an acute sense of priority! They waste billions of USD for their small pleasure -they are only a handfull- while billions of people, humans, their brothers and sisters, struggle for surviving a future that the same science has made fully uncertain.
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@SwanseaAxeman
SwanseaAxeman-Now with DeBoosted Replies!!!
3 days ago
@NatGeo Worms. You need worms; roboworms, to really get down to that Mars booty. ;) Hit me up for everything robo-worms. 😉
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@kundan_pariyar
MARS SECRETS
3 days ago
@NatGeo Thats cool & the airborne assit for searching signs of ancient Martian life finds life not past but present too i.e.2022 & beyond Its so pity due to non availability of technology to common man space agencies are hiding truth After Mars colonization how to hide? Image credit NASA
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