Claims of active flows on Mars are remarkable, but do they hold water?
- By Bob Craddock
- Air & Space magazine, January 2007
NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems
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"Well, I think they’re the result of dry granular flow," I said. "You know, Occam’s Razor and the simple solution."
Ross started laughing. ‘Well, I’ve seen enough to know that natural processes aren’t always simple."
I started laughing, too. Nature is often humbling to a geologist. "You’re right, of course. But ‘simple’ is always a good place to start."
Posted December 8, 2006.