This essentially elliminates any potential use we may have for it.
Originally Posted by Ice Hole
Next invention, pls.
Kama Sutra blue belt.
Originally Posted by Emevas
Originally Posted by Rock Ape
Check this out...fresh off the Opportunity rover.
THIS, according to NASA, is a vein of gypsum deposited by water on Mars, long ago.
"This tells a slam-dunk story that water flowed through underground fractures in the rock
," said Steve Squyres of Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., principal investigator for Opportunity. "This stuff is a fairly pure chemical deposit that formed in place right where we see it. That can't be said for other gypsum seen on Mars or for other water-related minerals Opportunity has found. It's not uncommon on Earth, but on Mars, it's the kind of thing that makes geologists jump out of their chairs.
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