Is there Uranium on Mars???

Pakistan
September 6, 2007 7:58am CST
is there uranium on mars? if it is then may be it is possible to use that energy source on earth..
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4 responses
@uath13 (8207)
• United States
6 Sep 07
There's enough of that on earth now. Why would we want to use a tremendus amount of the fuels that we're running short on to bring back some of the one we have plenty of?
• Pakistan
7 Sep 07
i am not talking about these days.. the energy sources on earth may come to an end on one day. then is it possible to use that on earth..
@uath13 (8207)
• United States
7 Sep 07
Macha is the celtic goddess of war & the hunt. Voden is the original incarnation of Odin. He was the norse god that led the hellhounds on the soul hunt every night.
@uath13 (8207)
• United States
7 Sep 07
Sorry bout that, got my discussion replies switched. Now your answer. Bringing fuels from other planets would be extremely ineffective. On a 1 way trip it would take several hundred gallons of fuel just to deliver one. Sending the transport back for another load would make it even more inefficient. In more simple terms. Imagine driving your car across the country using lots of gas, just to get 1 gallon of gas to take back home.
@yudhyhg (116)
• Indonesia
13 Apr 08
i think until now still not..but the chance for uranium invention on mars is very-very big and will be bigger in future times. you know, in the first step of universe creation,universe is one unit before "big bang"
• Pakistan
17 Apr 08
i agree with you since earth is also a part of this big bang alongwith other plaanets so they would also have similiar elements like uranium.
@valmiki9 (1171)
• India
6 Sep 07
Most iof the available Uranium on earth has been used for making bombs.If we get more then all theterrorist will also make atom bombs and surly the world will come to end sooner or later
• Pakistan
17 Apr 08
good and bad things go side by side but we should consider the positive view...
@ptrikha_2 (10171)
• India
20 Jul 11
If it is there, exploiting it, and bringing it to earth would be a big challenge. It might be hard to justify the billions of dollars that might be involved.