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PopQuizzical Daily! for November 26, 2012

On Earth, we enjoy a 77% nitrogen, 21% oxygen mix for our breathing pleasure.  On Mars, it’s not as hospitable – what percentage of the Martian atmosphere is carbon dioxide?

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Allan Hills in Antarctica.
In 1996 NASA stated that the meteorite in question, ALH 84001,  has what appears to be fossilized bacteria-like life forms.   Hey NASA, that’s not news.  Most things on the Burger King menu have the same stuff inside.

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