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    Quote Originally Posted by Average Voter View Post
    my SUV is responsible for the temp increase on Mars. My bad.
    You are correct. You paid taxes on your SUV and pay taxes on the gasoline to fill it up. These taxes then support NASA's budget, which they then use to create machines that pollute Mars. How many feet of melted Mars polar ice do you think you are responsible for? I'd say about seven or eight, but it could be more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the director View Post
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    Those look interesting, fettpett, I've never read them. I'm curious, are they about Mars being the old "Earth" at one point and the Martians migrating to the new Earth?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Articulate_Ape View Post
    Those look interesting, fettpett, I've never read them. I'm curious, are they about Mars being the old "Earth" at one point and the Martians migrating to the new Earth?
    no, it follows the terraforming of Mars from the original 100 Colonist (who due to longevity treatments and the lower gravity of Mars live through most of the trilogy) and their children, through to there being a semi-breathable atmosphere on Mars over a 100 years later (i think). it's just the 3 stages of terraforming that the planet goes through, the Red, dead planet at the beginning, the Blue, wet-liquid water stage with the start of a breathable atmosphere, then the Green stage of plant life thriving. Plus all the political back and forth between Earth and Mars
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    Quote Originally Posted by the director View Post
    You are correct. You paid taxes on your SUV and pay taxes on the gasoline to fill it up. These taxes then support NASA's budget, which they then use to create machines that pollute Mars. How many feet of melted Mars polar ice do you think you are responsible for? I'd say about seven or eight, but it could be more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Where do you trolls come from, really.
    He isn't a troll, his post went right past you didn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fettpett View Post
    no, it follows the terraforming of Mars from the original 100 Colonist (who due to longevity treatments and the lower gravity of Mars live through most of the trilogy) and their children, through to there being a semi-breathable atmosphere on Mars over a 100 years later (i think). it's just the 3 stages of terraforming that the planet goes through, the Red, dead planet at the beginning, the Blue, wet-liquid water stage with the start of a breathable atmosphere, then the Green stage of plant life thriving. Plus all the political back and forth between Earth and Mars
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