Talk:Tissint meteorite

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Correction of a scientific citation[edit]

Can you please correct this citation: Aoudjehane, H. C.; Avice, G.; Barrat, J. - A.; Boudouma, O.; Chen, G.; Duke, M. J. M.; Franchi, I. A.; Gattacceca, J. et al. (2012). "Tissint Martian Meteorite: A Fresh Look at the Interior, Surface, and Atmosphere of Mars". Science. should be: Chennaoui Aoudjehane H.; Avice, G.; Barrat, J. - A.; Boudouma, O.; Chen, G.; Duke, M. J. M.; Franchi, I. A.; Gattacceca, J. et al. (2012). "Tissint Martian Meteorite: A Fresh Look at the Interior, Surface, and Atmosphere of Mars". Science.

Thanks a lot for your interest on this so fantastic meteorite. Prof H. Chennaoui Aoudjehane — Preceding unsigned comment added by 41.251.124.200 (talk) 21:42, 21 February 2013 (UTC)

Current News[edit]

Is anyone qualified to explain the recent findings concerning this metorite? It seems like the media sensationalized important exciting findings and many people might come here seeking an explanation. It might be nice if someone who actually understood what the word "organic" means, in a scientific, rather than colloquial usage, were to write a few lines. "Fossil-fuel-like" substances that were encapcilated while the rock was on Mars are paradigm changing, as far as our understanding of Mars goes, a discovery that will have great impact in the years to ome, but are hardly "skeletal remains. It seems the few media sources who aren't ignoring this, don't want to understand that carbon doesn't originate in life forms. We should explain things, rather than leaving the ramification of recent claims to be explained by crackpots, people trying to sell papers and those who don't understand how groundbreaking this rock might be.71.235.31.212 (talk) 05:14, 10 March 2015 (UTC)