Is There Life On Mars?
I Corinthians 3:18, 19
ILLUS: In a January 5th article written for NASA, Sprit Hits the Sweet Spot, Dr. Tony Tony Philips writes,
"NASA's Mars rover Spirit landed yesterday just where scientists hoped it would go: inside Gusev Crater, in a vast flatland perfect for roving.
Spirit parachuted into Gusev Crater on January 4th at midnight Eastern Standard Time. Mission planners chose to land there because, from orbit, the crater appears to be a dried up lake bed. If, indeed, it was filled with liquid water long ago, then it might have been a habitat for ancient Martian life."1
ILLUS: In an interesting article this week from World Net Daily they write about a UFO sighting in Indiana:
Three police officers in Huntington, Ind., claim to have seen an Unidentified Flying Object the day after Christmas hovering over a Catholic church, and UFO investigators now are looking into the incident.
Officer Chip Olinger was warming up his car Dec. 26 about 2:30 p.m. when he reported seeing a circular object in the sky and radioed fellow officers Greg Hedrick and Randy Hoover, who also saw it, reported the Huntington Herald-Press.
The trio then watched the object move over a Catholic church and toward its steeple. The object reportedly was the size of a hot air balloon or trampoline. The cops say it stopped a few times, spun slowly, changed shapes and at one point turned orange. "It wasn't any kind of flying machine that I can think of," Olinger told the Herald-Press. "And it's not like a '50s flying saucer. It was that big, but it didn't have a hump in the middle."2
With all the talk of UFO's, the curiosity about life on other planets--crop circles and the like, folks are asking many questions about whether or not life exists beyond what we know or understand it to be today.
On Thursday of this week, President Bush announced plans to place a permanent, manned space station on the moon. ...
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