A PF member recently started a thread here ("Methane Everywhere (I Told You All!)") about the recent discoveries of methane in the atmosphere of Mars. One post in this thread has links to three webpages by Richard C. Hoagland, entitled "Methane on Mars: Or ... "Back to the Future ...?"". IMHO, Richard's three pages contain a curious mixture of accurate reporting, faulty logic, inaccurate reporting, and just plain misunderstanding of the results of various science missions. (There's also plenty of self-aggrandisement sprinkled in too, but surely PF readers can see through that). However, I feel we could all learn a lot about the various Mars missions and the results from them by taking a page or two and going through it carefully together; if nothing else, we may see how weak the case which Hoagland proposes really is. What do other PF members think of this idea?