The colors of geologyJune 5, 2013
Hills, boulders, and windJune 17, 2013
A piece of Mars: In ancient, wind-carved hills, a bluish ribbon of actively moving sand still winds its way. It is a remnant of a long-lived period of wind scour that shaped this landscape. (And it’s been stretched to look more blue than it really is — it’s really more of a dark gray.) (ESP_030932_1750, NASA/JPL/University of Arizona)
That is Amazing but I want to see evidence of life.
We all do Lori Fenton.Mars does have alot of Anomolies???But,I am sometimes Skeptical. Yet,I still reserve the Chance that there is real life on others World’s say,Titan for example.Regards,Mr.David Faas Duluth,Minnesota USA