Updated: Tue, 27 Mar 2012 12:30:04 GMT | By Relaxnews

Top Google+ trends: unusual landforms and water on Mars, James Cameron's record-breaking dive

Google+ (G+) users are posting about previously unseen landforms on Mars, new evidence of water on Mars, and a NASA craft that’s halfway to the red planet.


Top Google+ trends: unusual landforms and water on Mars, James Cameron's record-breaking dive

Top Google+ trends: unusual landforms and water on Mars, James Cameron's record-breaking dive

They are following the NASA Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft as it adjusts its flight path halfway through its mission to make sure it’s still headed towards Mars and talking about the possibility of life on Mars after scientists have said that the strange landmarks seen on Mars are most likely “the result of flowing water on the planet's surface.”

Plussers are linking to news articles and congratulating Canadian film director James Cameron on his record-breaking solo submarine dive to the bottom of the ocean.

“A big thumbs up to James Cameron,” say G+’ers, “It's pretty cool to see the unknowns of our planet being explored like this” and it will “be amazing to see the footage they come back with.”

Google+ users are still talking about an 83-year-old grandmother who broke her nose on the glass facade of an Apple Store and is now trying to sue the company for $1 million.

People are also posting about Apple’s nano-SIM technology. Apple reportedly said that it will “grant royalty-free licenses to any Apple patents essential to nano-SIM, provided that Apple's proposal is adopted as a standard and that all other patent holders accept the same terms in accordance with the principle of reciprocity.”

Iran and Syria are back in the top five most talked about topics on Google+ as people take to the streets and go online in mass anti-war protests and Turkey and Norway close their embassies in Syria.

The top 5 most talked about topics on Google+ on March 27 at 6:30 AM GMT are:

Mars (new)

Iran (re-entry)

James Cameron (new)

Syria (re-entry)

Apple (-3)

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