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CONTENTS of 59,999,999 BC- 51,000 BC Large land and aquatic mammals appear; many kinds of primates appear (almost as many go extinct); an island continent finally disappears for good; the Mediterranean valley turns into the Mediterranean Sea; human beings emerge, develop housing, clothes, lamps, and drugs, breed dogs, use horses; Mars dies (or goes dormant)

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Approximately 500,000 BC: Microbial life is continuing to survive in the crust of Mars; Circa 2000 AD Earth-based radioactive carbon dating will be accurate to around this time

Bits of Mars blasted off the planet now by cosmic impacts will eventually find their way to Earth (and be labeled meteorites EETA 79001 and ALH 84001), and display strong evidence for continuing widespread survival on Mars of at least microscopic organisms.

-- MARTIAN LIFE: ACT II From Science Frontiers Digest of Scientific Anomalies ["http://www.knowledge.co.uk/frontiers/"] #110, MAR-APR 1997 by William R. Corliss, citing Anonymous; "Life on Mars: Part Two," Sky and Telescope, 93:12, January 1997. Anonymous; "More Evidence for Martian Life," Astronomy, 25:26, February 1997

-- Part of prehistoric mastodon unearthed in Nevada By TOM GARDNER, The Associated Press/Nando Media, May 7, 2000, http://www.nandotimes.com

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