Is there really life on the Red Planet? Those who want to believe so says “Yes!”, after new analysis of 36-year-old data that were resuscitated from printouts pointed out such a possibility. This particular international team of mathematicians and scientists came to such a conclusion in a paper that was published earlier this week, and according to neuropharmacologist and biologist Joseph Miller, with the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine, NASA does not need to send a human expedition to Mars for further confirmation, as the “ultimate proof” lay in “a video of a Martian bacteria. They should send a microscope — watch the bacteria move. On the basis of what we’ve done so far, I’d say I’m 99 percent sure there’s life there.”
There is always the 1% remaining to prove him and the rest of the team wrong. Which side of the fence do you find yourself on? Assuming there is life on Mars, and that they are still in the bacterial stage (since anything that has evolved to a far superior specimen would have been easily captured), it seems that I can get started on the future best selling novel, Earth Attacks! which will be sold in where else but Mars.