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February 23, 2009

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Ian O'Neill

Hi Wayne! Thanks for the shout out :) I must admit, I was a little surprised that so little fuss has been made of this possible discovery! It could potentially turn Mars science on it's head. Oh well.

Thanks for getting the word out.

Cheers, Ian :)

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