Santa Lives on the South Pole....of Mars?
December 17, 2002 7:50 AM   Subscribe

Santa found living on the South Pole....of Mars!?! Mysterious tracks that look like 250-mile long ski or sled trails have been found near the South Pole of Mars. Researchers at the University of Colorado have found the broad, sweeping lines cutting through a section of the southern ice caps of the frigid planet, but haven't a clue what caused them. via the excellent laputan logic
posted by Ufez Jones (7 comments total)
He has to go somewhere with us melting the north pole.
posted by humbe at 8:07 AM on December 17, 2002

I think the odder phenomena mentioned in the article is the fact that both experts have the first name of "Zane." Zane Byrne and Zane Crawford. Maybe "Zane" was the "Hayley" of 20 years ago?
posted by chachee at 8:08 AM on December 17, 2002

I didn't realize it was a documentary!
posted by arco at 8:12 AM on December 17, 2002

I would like to be the first to welcome our new winter-sport-loving Martian overlords!
posted by pardonyou? at 8:54 AM on December 17, 2002

and on another South Pole.
posted by netbros at 8:54 AM on December 17, 2002

Mars, huh? Well he has a little longer travel time than I had figured, but so far, the weather looks all clear for his journey.
posted by madamjujujive at 11:13 AM on December 17, 2002

Christmas on Mars? Well, of course.
posted by Utilitaritron at 11:56 AM on December 17, 2002

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