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Thread: Is Mars hollow and could it sustain intelligent life underground?

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    Is Mars hollow and could it sustain intelligent life underground?

    People have talked of the hollow Earth theory which doesn't seem to exist. Is it possible that intelligent life could be sustained deep under Mar's surface layers like in the Hollow Earth Theory?If Mars is not hollow, how do we know? Have their been studies done and if so by who?

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    Is Mars hollow and could it sustain intelligent life underground?

    Hollow Earth theory is BOGUS! Mars is NOT hollow.

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    Is Mars hollow and could it sustain intelligent life underground?

    It could be, yes. But it might not be.

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    Is Mars hollow and could it sustain intelligent life underground?

    no, its a ridiculous theory. its not possible at all

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    Is Mars hollow and could it sustain intelligent life underground?

    If you where to ask Jon Lear, all planets have intelligent life. They have been able to deduce the moon is hollow based upon the vibrations it generates from collisions with other matter. As for Mars, I guess anything is possible. I was briefly able to see the actual photographs of Mars before they got doctored by NASA and I can tell you, the surface of Mars is nothing like what it is purported to be. Its quite possible there is intelligent life on its surface, let alone inside...

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    Is Mars hollow and could it sustain intelligent life underground?

    The gravity exhibited by a planet is determined by it's mass. Mars would not have enough mass to hold on to its two moons if it was hollow.Science can calculate the mass of all the bodies in the Solar System based strictly on their relative motion.Physics dispells a great many myths like this one.

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    Is Mars hollow and could it sustain intelligent life underground?

    Mars interior got scanned lately by the Mars Express probe, which has a 50m long radar antenna available. No indication of large cavities found in the penetration depth of the radar (around 300m)What is known is, that Mars had a magnetic field - it's crust still has noticeable magnetism pattern. So, Mars has a metal core which was once able to produce more magnetism as today.

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    Is Mars hollow and could it sustain intelligent life underground?

    It's definitely not hollow; hollow planets can't exist. There's not enough structural strength in rock to support a hollow planet. However, that doesn't mean that it doesn't contain any hollows. Earth has many caves, formed either by water or by lava, both of which have been known to exist on Mars. With the lower Martian gravity, cave systems could be quite enormous. I would not be at all surprised if a future Mars mission discovers life there, though not necessarily intelligent.

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    Is Mars hollow and could it sustain intelligent life underground?

    There is no mechanism that could create a hollow planet. Planets are constituted by the accumulation of smaller bodies that fall on one another.Even if there was a hollow planet, it would not be able to support itself against its own gravity, let alone against the occasionally impacting large meteor.To allow for being hollow, a planet would have to make up for the missing mass by being made from much denser material.

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    Is Mars hollow and could it sustain intelligent life underground?

    No it would just collapse in on itself, plus theres not enough energy underground to easily sustain a huge environment of multicellular organisms, the closest thing to hollow planets is the icy moons of the gas giants with their tidal heated oceans inside

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