Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 12480
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2019/01/22 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2004/3/2 [Science/Space] UID:12480 Activity:very high
3/2     There was water on Mars!
        \_ chances are good that an ice comets hit mars several
           times over so why is this such a surprise?
           \_ The levels and prevelence of water-formed minerals they're
           \_ The levels and prevalence of water-formed minerals they're
              talking about would not be from a few a few comets.
              \_ don't expect anyone to actually read a link before posting
                 on the motd.  this is like slashdot where the less someone
                 knows the more likely they are to mouth off.
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