News of a 12 -mile-wide reservoir being found on Mars excited many today. The underground lake beneath the planet’s south pole has raised further talk of the ability to sustain life, both for humans and potential extraterrestrial beings. Although there are no definite determinations being made from this new discovery, fans of Doctor Who are voicing a very specific response:
— Michelle V. (@hollowtear) July 26, 2018
As a whovian I already knew Mars has water on it. Now kindly leave the water alone please. #WaterOnMars
— Josie Gerk (@JEGthe2nd) September 29, 2015
— William Lucas (@wdlucas) September 28, 2015
— Russell Schwartz (@MorningGlory182) July 25, 2018
— Bethany (@Bethany93094265) July 25, 2018
— ?J!NX (@JINX) September 28, 2015
The Waters of Mars written by Russell T Davies and Phil Ford originally aired on November 15th, 2009 on BBC One. The episode is set on Mars in 2059 and features the Tenth Doctor (David Tennant) battling a intelligent virus called the Flood within the first human colony, appropriately named, Bowie Base One.
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I will leave you with one final word from the supreme authority: