Sunday, 24 May 2009

Stop going to Mars.

I have always been fascinated about the Universe and about the possibility of life on other planets. In fact I was just watching a documentary on Discovery channel about the possibility of Mars harbouring life.

Many scientist believe that Mars once had life but is now too dry, and poisonous to support any life-form, even tiny bacteria.

I have seen videos of how we have sent our own machines to Mars to collect samples from the dry ground of the red planet. I have read reports that they have not found any signs of life on Mars. I am not surprised but am actually worried.

You see those probes and rovers that they sent to mars were made here on Earth. I believe that no matter how hygienic one tries to be when producing those machines, bacteria is bound to be trapped in some nooks and corners on those machines.

The question is, if life-form started here on Earth from some meteorites that smashed into Earth a billion years or so ago, surely those whatever that hitched a lift on those meteorites had to be so strong to withstand the extreme heat of entry. It must have been so strong to withstand the extreme conditions of cold space. What I am trying to say is that these things could exist in the DNA of present day Earth bacteria which could have been trapped on those probes and rovers sent to Mars.

What if some of the stowaway bacteria, after hitch-hiking, on those machines got released into Mars and having those strong genes that their ancestors had when they first colonised Earth a billion or so years ago began to mutate and survive Mars' extreme conditions?

If those bacteria of a billion years ago created us, wouldn't it be possible then for them to create creatures like us on Mars? What if the conditions there is so conducive that the mutation process takes only a few years before you have humanoids there on Mars?

The most frightening question that I have that caused me to shiver even thinking of it is that what if by some mere coincidence that some of the bacteria actually came from Putrajaya?

One BN, one PDRM, one MACC one SPR and one malaysian Judiciary is already bad enough here on Earth,do we need their carbon-copies on Mars?

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Salam cikgu,
Never thought of it. It's rather frightening when you mention it at the last para. Phew ! what havoc will it bring to the whole universe. Cikgu, you must inform NASA at once about this. Bring along the Tempe man and the Pungkoq man as proof !! Otherwise you will forever be blamed for causing the destruction of the universe by those mutants !!. Just my 2sen cikgu, phew!

Kata Tak Nak said...

Anonymous,
I have already sent all the pictures via discovery. The said they will be paying us a visit.

cakapaje said...

Salam Cikgu,

No! Don't send them to mars! Send them to boiling mercury! Better still, send them crashing into the sun! Better better still, send them to hell :)

Kata Tak Nak said...

Shah,
Take it easy Shah, ease down, ease down. Wow, you are really pissed with them aren't you?

Pak Zawi said...

Cikgu,
I knew a punch line like that would appear somewhere. Thanks for the good laugh.

Kata Tak Nak said...

Pak Zawi,
Glad that you like it.

Anonymous said...

CherGu
and we thought Pak Lah is leading us to "Doomsday"... Hell no, we got fooled. the "Bijan" is actually the ONE, taking us for ride straight to Hell.

a lot pf people were made ScapeGoatee indeed.

we are already living in Mars for all we know, rebadged to Earth by the great great ancestors of Bijan. anyone care to check it out...

Kata Tak Nak said...

Anonymous,
Hmm, interesting. Must study that, who knows he is decendent of some decadent Martian Bacteria?

kopitelp16 said...

Hmmmm another very intersting piece of writing. Certainly got me thinking. Yeah....the last para is really frightening. I think, Men In Black should drop by to Bolehland and do some investigation esp Man In Black aka Mandela Gandhi King that lives in Pangcock. I'm sure he's a evil mutant that ancestors came from another galaxy.

With that, it'll gives us valuable international exposures; though I think Anifart gave us some jolly good ones in the US.

Kata Tak Nak said...

kopitelp,
I got info that initially for the movie Alien, Pungcock Ghandhi Mandela auditioned for the part of the Alien but was rejected on the ground that they do not want to scare the children too much.

samson said...

New background, Chegu?

Life on Mars is still better than Bolehland with what's going on these days.

Hope you are in good health!

Mr.Right said...

Kejam Cikgu menyamakan mereka semua dengan bakteria. Aduh... kesian, kesian.

Tapi kalau fikir dalam2 betul jugak.

Kata Tak Nak said...

Samson,
That is why I heard a group of Martian tourists have cancelled their plan tour of Malaysia. They would rather risk Sudan or Afghanistan.

Kata Tak Nak said...

Mr. Right,
kalau tak bacteria, apa lagi bro?

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