Since the boom in space technology about 30 years ago, man has found the method for expanding his existence beyond the many once thought 'unbreakable barriers.' Together with this development in space technology came a large quantity of information and discoveries of the compounds of the universe, and scientific questions seemed to jump out in equal number. The question that captures the eye of the media today causing a bitter controversy is probably
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enough to support the hypothesis of ancient life on Mars.' (qtd. In Begley and Roberts 57) Enough to support the hypothesis, but not the thesis, I would say.
The debate continues today and new information will be revealed to the world next April at Houston's Johnson Space Center, when the Mars workshop will be open. The media will have to wait until then just to put the story in the eye of the hurricane, again.