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Study: Life On Earth May Have Started On Mars

According to scientist Steven Benner, conditions on Mars 3 billion years ago were more conducive than those on Earth to creating one of the earliest molecules of life, RNA, and that meteorites may have transported these molecules to Earth’s surface. What do you think?

  • “The Lord works in mysterious ways.”

    Andre Crocker
    IT Specialist
  • “I’ll read that study only if it’s published in a mass-market glossy periodical with a hand-painted depiction of the Red Planet and the title ‘Is Mars Eden?’ in bold font.”

    Agatha Parnell
    Concierge
  • “My annoying platitude about us all being immigrants is even truer than I knew.”

    Sven Duncan
    Unemployed