NASA Rover Detects Possible Life On Mars, Credits Methane...Wait...


Yep. Talking farts here, folks. NASA sent a rover onto our neighboring planet to see if it has potential to be inhabited (anything to get us off this rock, right?), and it turns out there might be a way to sustain life on the red planet after all! The experts say take this news with a grain of salt, we're still a very long way from hopping on a rocketship and moving planets but this is a promising start! Methane gas is created by living things, just ask anyone the morning after they've drunkenly eaten Taco Bell, they'll confirm. So the fact that this little Rover found significant amounts of methane on the planet, is a pretty good indication that life on Mars does exist and we could, at one point, put a ten percent down, white picket fence house on this (red) dirt. Looking forward to it. - @Traceahamilton



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