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  1. Hi everyone, I normally don't like to do this, but I think this is a special case. I am a huge space enthusiast as well as my Brother Peter. He is currently running a kickstarter campaign for his Ultra Large detailed maps of Mars. It's never quite been done like this, and I hope that helps mainstream the importance of space exploration as we connect people to the solar system right in their living rooms. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/planetaryprinting/mars-ultra-large-maps Each print is centered on Oxia Palus, one of the 30 quadrangles of Mars referenced by the USGS Astrogeology Res
  2. Is there a two-way causal link between planets and teddy bears?
  3. Now to us, we first thought that life would need water, and the sun, along with organics to feed on. But how are we so sure about it? Life can't be so hard to make, and needs the exact process that earth went through. Such as we thought that life needs photosynthesis to live. But when we look at the Movile Cave, we find that the beasts that live down there, use chemosynthesis instead of photosynthesis. So what does this mean? It means that we really don't need the sun for life. In fact, I'm sure that if Pluto had a bigger atmosphere to retain more heat, and the liquid water mountains melted, t
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