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Nuclear waste on Mars?  


HaiTay
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This may be old news at this point but I only recently heard about it. Apparently, the same chemicals found on the surface of the soil after nuclear testing were found on Mars. It makes one wonder. Did you hear about this?

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My brother believes that Mars was originally inhabited by humans and we destroyed it. We had to send some people to the nearest planet (earth) in a flash and we ended up sending the healthiest people which were not the smartest which is why it took us so long to get to where we are. I think he watches too much sci-fy LOL

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@weenie I know some people on another forum that believe something similar. Who really knows? I guess if we were to find out this is true, maybe it would cause people to slow down and rethink things. 

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Yeah that is interesting. It doesn't mean that nukes wasted Mars or anything. It just happens to have the same general makeup. I wonder if Mars would be considered radioactive to humans if that is the case. 

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It could just be that the particles ended up in space and Mars sucked them in. Maybe we would find them on the moon now as well? I don't remember the last time someone was on the moon to know.  

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@freshcut This is what I was thinking. I mean I am sure a lot of things we do here end up in space in terms of waste and particles. It would be interesting to learn that humans once did live on Mars though. 

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