Martian Biology

@article{Salisbury1962MartianB,
  title={Martian Biology},
  author={F. Salisbury},
  journal={Science},
  year={1962},
  volume={136},
  pages={17 - 26}
}
Of all the proposals put forth to account for the observed Martian phenomena, the idea of life on Mars seems to be the most tenable. And if this idea is accepted, we are immediately drawn to the conclusion that this life is a very well-adapted and flourishing one—not the struggle for existence so often suggested in light of the obvious difficulties earthly organisms would have in living on Mars. The suggested criteria seem to eliminate all the known life forms, but of all these forms, a higher… Expand