Posts Tagged ‘mars’


Using an interception app and a translation app, I intercepted this message:

Attention fleet!

The USA captured one of our pilots. He is in Area 51—you have permission to attack Earth.

Mars Central

[Editor’s note: Who snuck Bourbon into Mr. Suddeth’s coffee?]

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Get your tickets to Mars!

I wish. Mars Curiosity Rover Says Farewell to Murray Buttes—Mount Sharp, Mars. And a panoramic view from Curiosity Rover.

This view from the Mast Camera (Mastcam) in NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover shows an outcrop with finely layered rocks within the ‘Murray Buttes’ region on lower Mount Sharp.

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Guy with a bow and arrow


Cupid is from the Latin word for “desire.” He is the son of Venus and Mars (Eros in Greek). His depictions show him anywhere from a chubby child with a bow to an erotic young man with a bow—Valentine’s Day can be anywhere from pure love to carnal love.


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We have discovered Martians

Warning: Martians are living with us. 3 billion years ago, Earth was too wet for life and lacked Oxygen. Mars had oxygen and dry land. Current theory suggests that life originated on Mars. An asteroid struck Mars and debris containing Martian bacteria landed on Earth. We are Martians! (the cartoon is in jest)

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Blogging From Mars

Today I am with sci fi and fantasy author Damien Larkin from Dublin, Ireland. His blog: Mars Occupation Force – Press Office: He often features writer interviews. Today I am discussing The Choctaw, the Cherokee’s friends and neighbors. Please join us, maybe even learn a thing or two and have some fun. (I also discuss Stone Man and the Trail of Tears, which will be released October 8)


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News from Mars. (Mars News Bureau?)

Today’s weather: -18 F—the high! -110 F—the low!

Mars mystery: Protonilus Mensae: Photo of Brain Drain, thought to be ice sublimating—turning to a vapor.

Amazonis Planitia: the photo with craters. Ancient lava flows.


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Life on Mars Shocker!

NASA’s Curiosity Rover has recently detected high levels of methane gas! (telescopes have also detected methane) The main component of swamp gas is methane, which is produced by decaying living matter. (methane can be produced by inorganic means, too)

Join the Mars watch! We will not let Martians take us by surprise!

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NASA’s InSight landed on Mars November 26, 2018 at a lava plain called Elysium Planitia. Though they are still testing it, it has recorded the first audio of Martian winds. Some of InSight’s equipment has been affected by something NASA engineers call a Dust Devil.

Sorry—no photos of the Dust Devils. Could Dust Devils invade Earth? Stay tuned. Be vigilant.

[I am dying to write about Mars]


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Today, Mars is perilously close to Earth (a scant 34 million miles away). 2018 is a close year for Mars. It hasn’t been this close in 60,000 years & won’t be this close again for 269 years. This is an excellent time for a Martian invasion.

Be on the lookout for red flying saucers & little green men with antennae & bug eyes. (Women, too, but they all look the same to me) Do not PANIC. Just run for your life.

I am sending this from my underground bunker at an undisclosed location.


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The European Space Agency’s Mars Express used radar to locate liquid water below the ice of the Southern Polar Ice Cap. About 12 miles across, the lake is probably a brine of sodium, magnesium, and calcium. Be sure to wear warm clothes and take along a little oxygen.

Meet you there!

Wait a minute—Antarctica has similar lakes with microbial life present! We may soon find life on Mars!

Hey, I think I see a Martian. Will he let me write about him?


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