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Name: Jens
Status: student
Age: 14
Location: N/A
Country: N/A
Date: 1993 - 1999


Question:
It's again about living on a planet. My ideas are regarding Mars. I think that the most important thing is

1. WATER, then

2. An athmospheretmosphere

3. Ozone

4. Normal temperature

5. Many animals and a rich forest.

Is it right?



Replies:
Hi Jens-

Well, no one knows if you're right. We're all just guessing. I certainly agree with your first four. Your fifth one seems to be aimed at food. Might there be d another way of having food, other than "Many animals and a rich forest"?

J Lu



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