December 6. Every day can be fantastic. In this Earth or in Mars among aliens

December 6. Every day can be fantastic. In this Earth or in Mars among aliens
Isabel del Rio

December 6. Every day can be fantastic. Why not? Several years ago, in 2006, NASA displays images of water sediment on Mars, a possibility of life beyond our planet, a possibility of other ways of life in the universe, a possibility of progress. Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and up to you.


Mars. Photo attribution Kevin Gill

Different bad events (wars, disasters, deaths…) have happened on December 6. However, interesting and good things full the calendar too. For example, NASA displayed images of water sediment on Mars on December 6th, 2006. Then, everyday can be an adventure and we should focus on it. We need to think positive, we want to be happy.

In 2006, NASA photos revealed the deposits seen in two gullies that suggest that they have carried water through them over the past years. These are of liquid water, and not the water ice and water vapor that were already known to have existed on The Red Planet.

Potential life? Of course the photos have increased speculation of the potential for microbial life on Mars. A very interesting discovery.

I would like to say hello to an alien!

“I believe in aliens. I think it would be way too selfish of us as mankind to believe we are the only lifeforms in the universe.” Demi Lovato.

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Isabel del Rio

Managing Editor at Yareah® Magazine. Author of ‘Ariza’ (2008) and ‘The Girls of Oil’ (2010)

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