Microbes of Mars and Earth

According to astrophysicist Dr. Hugh Ross, “NASA has a shot at discovering life’s remains on Mars.” The scientist notes that, “Just as meteors travel from Mars to Earth so also do they travel from Earth to Mars. Over the past four billion years, at least several billion tons of Earth material, much of it life-carrying material, has landed on Mars.”

Microbes consist of any living thing that is so tiny it can be seen only through a microscope. Seems simple enough, but NASA in the spent has spent $820 million alone on one six-wheeled rover looking for microscope microbes of life forms on Mars, with every American that breathes in the United States, including the elderly and new-born infants, paying out of the pocket $3 each—and only up until 2004. Today, that figure has gone up which is not high at all, considered that amount is about 1/10th what we pay per person for the Iraq war. But regardless, why is life on another planet so important that we are obsessed with finding life there?

Soil samples have offered NASA scientists clues regarding Mars’ water which has been thought to be present 3.5 billion years ago. We know there are traces of life on Mars, and we know now there is water because of the recent finds by the Phoenix. New data is continuously proving of life on Mars, in addition to water on the red planet, with our government paying out an annual fee of $21,000 annually per American household to manage our country’s governmental agencies—what would happen if that money could be returned to the American citizens instead of NASA alone developing more than a $7 trillion national debt—boosting an economic slump all the politicians are talking about. I bet they are not discussing giving us our taxes back to raise that slump, or refuse a politician’s raise or working less hours for the same last years’ wages. Remember this phrase, ” Government’s view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it”, proudly spoken by Ronald Reagan.