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The title, along with some others, is a bit vague. It should ratehr be "gravity on Mars" of "problems associated with Martian gravity" T.Neo 13:06, 17 June 2008 (UTC)

Hi T.Neo, every article in Marspedia is related to Mars. I see no point in naming all articles "XXX on Mars", e.g. "gravity on Mars", "water on Mars", "sunlight on Mars", "greenhouse on Mars", etc. Okay, the article is a bit vague, indeed. It is only a start. Your commenting made me elaborate it a little more. Now it shows a variety of aspects. Still there is much more to write: problems, advantages, more facts and figures, thoughts, anything about gravity (on Mars). Some day the article will be very large, forcing us to divide it into several specialized articles, such as "human health problems associated with Martian gravity", "agricultural problems associated with Martian gravity", etc. By the way, I am glad, you're contributing to Marspedia. Welcome to the team! -- Rfc 18:53, 17 June 2008 (UTC)

Thanks. I get you point with the names. Also, back to the subject of gravity, No one knows what 0.38x gravity does to the human body. And, if Mars were to be Terraformed, imagine the long and short term effects to animals and plants. T.Neo 09:37, 18 June 2008 (UTC)