John Heaton (jheaton) wrote,
John Heaton

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On the way home this evening, I heard a reporter on NPR explain that the target of NASA's latest Mars Exploration Rover is a crater "scientists think was once a dry lake bed." Consider the implications of that statement. Is it possible that NASA has reason to believe that there is a lake bed on Mars that isn't dry?

This reminds me of a news blurb I saw on CNN on Christmas morning: LAX SECURITY AT HIGHEST LEVEL IN TWO YEARS. My assumption is that they were talking about the security measures that had been put into place at Los Angeles International Airport in light of the heightened terrorist threat level. But it's hard to say.

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