Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 14, 1965 · Page 27
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WEpNCJfVY, IIJI.Y K TV*. Mir"l(i'AM flEWN Berry's World I CO it 04 « IWSby NEA, Inc.!/ ' ' fl "Wow! Wonder w/iot her other shoulder looks like?" Mariner May Help Determine Validity of Mars' Theories By FRANK CAREY many of his colleagues at the AP Science Writer times — was that the icy poles WASHINGTON <AP> — An melted as spring and summer ingenious water-pumping and j came to each respective hemi- canal system on the planet i sphere of the planet — but that Mars - built by supersmart j tne water had to be pumped beings and powered by 4.000: down through the mighty canal times the energy of Niagara | system. Falls. And he figured the power ve- A spaceport from which the nulred for such a system would men of Mars long ago launched; be about 4,000 times the energy two giant satellites that now!generated by Niagara Falls, orbit the red planet like baby Scoffers over the years have moons and are detectable from indicated that even if there the planet earth millions of | were such a system — which miles away. : they doubted — the Martians Great hangars for "flying- i still would be hard-up for water, saucer" spacecraft that period-1 This is because, as one theory ically blast off from Mars and has it, if all the polar mass! do patrol duty high above the melted into water there would ear th. toe only enough water to fill a These are not the concepts of j single huge lake basin — far science fiction writers. They're \ from enough to supply a world the recorded ideas of a few j about one-half the size of the scientists who have theoried, Planet earth, there might be intelligent life on Actually, it was an Italian Mars - or at least there might astronomer named Schiaperelli have been such life In ages past, who touched off the "canal" Such theories, dating back to controversy in 1877. At that the late 19th century, are pooh- time, the Italian researcher re- poohed by nearly all other ported discovery of the Martian scientists. surface lines which he named But there are those among'"canali," the Italian word for them who indicate that the elec-' "channels. " tronic eyes of Mariner 4 have Schiaperelli himself never the best chance yet of laying the outrlghtly envisioned these ghost of such theories — or of channels as being structures determining if they have any va- made by intelligent beings, lidlty Rather, he appeared to lean to Since Mariner's cameras are the view they were geological capable of recording objects as i formations, i small as \\' z miles in diameter,! But many English-speaking presumably" her most fruitful to CO s potential target in the mystery- cracking line would be what might be fancifully termed The Great Martian Waterworks Inc. The dream of this gigantic project stems from a theory of a distinguished American astronomer, the late Percival Lowell. I Around the turn of the centu-| ry, Lowell championed this Idea: That a mysterious network of lines on the Martian surface were actually canals built by a race of superintelligent beings — to nourish the otherwise arid planet with water from the north and south poles of Mars. Lowell's idea — supported by astronomers latched onto his word "canali" as a springboard for at least wishful thinking about Martian canal-diggers. Later, America's Lowell, contending he had observed a geometric symmetry for the strange lines, kept the subject warm for years. Most modern astronomers hold the view the "canals" are natural geological ridges fan Mars' red face. At least one, Dr. Clyde W. Tombaugh, the dlscov- Moss Personals Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Hintta, Detroit, spent two weeks here with her mother, Mrs. John Lappalal- nen, and other relatives. Mr. and'Mrs. Francis Keskinen and family of Detroit spent the Fourth of July weekend here with relatives. Ray Malila, Detroit, sp e n t the Fourth of July weekend here at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Toivonen spent a weekend with relatives at Madison. Gary Peterson, Detroit, •pent the Fourth of July weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Peterson, at L a k e Mine. Harvey Ahola, Detroit, s p-e n t the holidays here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Ahola. Mr. 'and Mrs. James Pelkola and family, Detroit, visit e d with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Issac Anttlla. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Peter son, daughters, Lyla and Flor e n c e, and son, Larry, Detroit, spent a week's vacation here with relatives. . •. Mr. and Mrs. George A a r I, Minneapolis, spent a week end here with relatives. Mr. and 'Mrs. Waino N i e m i and daughter, Carole, Sidnaw, visited with relatives here. William Joseph Goard, inf ant son of Mr. and'Mrs. William Goard, was baptized Friday evening July 2, at the St. Paul s tutheran Church. The ;Rev. A, teplsto officiated and the spon- sprs'were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Manning ijrs. ; Tyne Veker has returned horne from the ontdnagon Men*. orlal Hospital where sl?e VfM a surgical' patient for one week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Janka --and-lzfciilyTJ3ucn anan >- are. visit- .ihfiwith, relatives here ' ' HP."and"MM Alex Danula, Wakefield. visited at the home ftf Mr. and MM, Biraen Lalne. created by fast-moving asteroids — or minor plantes —In collisions with Mars. How about that theory of artificial satellites orbiting around Mars? it was a Russian astronomer, Dr. I. S. Shklovsky. who came up with that one a few years ago. He put such a theoretical label on what other astronomers have long called the two natural moons of Mars — Deimos and Phobus — Panic and Fear — wlitjse names stand for the horses which pulled the chariot of the war god Mars in Roman mythology. 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