Scientists Are Indicating That The Salty Water On Mars Could Contain Enough Oxygen To Sustain Similar Microbes That Existed On Earth Billion Of Years Ago. Could This Point To The Existence Of Life On Mars? Again, Time And More Research Would Tell.
Mars likely to have enough oxygen to support life: s…
Scientists May Have Found A Relatively Large Reservoir Of Water Beneath A Mile Of Ice In The South Pole Of Mars. The Lake Is Said To Be About 12 Miles Across. Now, Only Time And Further Studies Would Tell If The Lake Signals Life On Mars. That’s, After Confirmation That The Radar Image Is Indeed Water.
MIT Has Developed An Ingestible Sensor That Could Detect Symptoms Of Diseases, Such As Blood, In Stomachs. The Device Works By Using Engineered Bacteria That Glows When It Senses Blood, Which Is Then Sent, As A Signal, To A Smart Phone. Scientists Plan To Use Similar Method To Detect Crohn’s Disease.