Wednesday, July 30, 2008

No Blogging 'till Tuesday

I'm headed out of town for a few days, so no new posts until Tuesday, when I hope to have a new Hyperdimensional physics post up. You can still leave comments but they won't be moderated until Tuesday at the earliest.

Everybody have a nice weekend!



  1. Headline: "NASA confirms water on Mars
    Until now, the evidence for ice has been circumstantial"

    Response: Big f'n deal. Why doesn't NASA explain everything else.

  2. Very true david.... I doubt we will ever get the truth from NASA. Have you noticed that many of the more recent photo's of MARS from the landers are not nearly as red as they used to be?

    Supposedly NASA admitted to creating a harsh looking environment and that the orginal photo's they posted showing a fairly light blue sky were in fact true images. Unfortunately I haven't yet been able to find the "official" proof of that.

    More and more people are comming to terms with their deception, hopefully that will work in our favor.

  3. WOW great site! Thank you so much for the link. I can't believe some of those pics....ever more difficult to believe is how NASA expects us to believe what they say. I mean without a doubt if anyone would see many of those photo's and not know they were from Mars, they would immediately say those look like artifacts.

  4. L-Fivers knew about the "Moon
    water" back in the seventies.

    Funny how NSS has followed the "NASA Party
    Line" on the subject ever since L-5 and NSI

    But then, Keith Henson ain't exactly Keith
    Henson anymore....


    Hathor -- Mistress of Riddles


  5. Glad you liked the link, mystic. I have also noticed the colors seemed to be less red.

  6. Marsandro--

    I think NASA is looking for anything (no matter how far-fetched) to make the 'Mars potting soil + water' equation go away. So I don't think the folks floating the perchlorate hooey are morons at all-- they know that the exhaust of the rocket engines on the lander will leave traces of perchlorate around the lander. What they are trying to do is lie by misdirection/misapplication.

    The bottom line is, Martian earth-like soil and water WILL produce green stuff, and that in turn means that the original European probe pix of big green swathes of something on Mars are correct. It is the altered/re-calibrated versions of the pix-- showing the swathes as black-- which are the lie. NASA is now in too deep-- if they come out and say 'the soil and water on Mars is the same as that on Earth', then it becomes obvious they have been tinkering with the pix to make the green go away. Then comes the question, 'Why have you been lying all this time?', the answer(s) to which will make NASA look foolish at best, and malicious at worst.

    Right now, I am sure that they would be utterly content to make their own scientists look like dolts who don't know that rocket exhaust can contaminate the soil where the probe bearing the rockets lands if it means they can keep a lid on things. The problem is, though, that there is now enough in the public record to make the 'perchlorate excuse' look like the flimsy tissue it is.

    The horse has not only escaped through the open barn door, it has galloped away clean into the next county. The longer the 'no life on Mars' game goes on, the more severe the trashing of NASA will be when the truth emerges, and it is emerging even as we watch. If I were working for NASA at present, I'd be looking for another job so that my reputation wouldn't go down in flames with theirs when they are finally and publicly outed.

    In the meantime, I think it is important to talk back to the 'dog and perchlorate-pony show' stupidity that NASA is trotting out yet again instead of the real data.



  7. I'm popping more popcorn
    even as we speak....


    Hathor -- Indulging The Munchies


  8. The really neat part for me
    is how all this leads back
    to a truly dense Martian

    With the available sources for perchlorates
    well identified, NASA had *better* prove it
    was their own rocket exhaust, unless they
    want to "prove" that the Martian atmosphere
    "ain't no 0.01 Tor," or that, worse yet, there
    are FACTORIES on Mars.

    Run by Rodabears, maybe? ... %:>

    Only Keith Laney knows....

    (Small joke there....) ... ;-)


    Hathor -- Leading the expedition


  9. Just wait until you get to see
    a rodabear looking right into
    the rover camera point blank,
    so you can even see the whiskers.

    Now THAT will be funny!

    " to explain it away...."


    Hathor -- Director of the Martian Petting Zoo


    P.S.: There was one YouTube video where the
    rover was centered looking at the same point
    on a crater wall constantly, and yet the "top
    edge of the crater" kept coming down in each
    successive frame.

    Probably a rodabear wandered into the
    picture, if I had to guess....

    Made 'em have to think fast....


  10. I've been looking at those pictures of the "rodabear", while it is interesting to think of fuzzy little rodants running all over the place, does anyone think it could be a cephalopod that has evolved to live on the land? If that is the case it would be hard to spot most of them from still images as they would be blending in with the surroundings. What would be interesting is to have a probe much like what the Japanese sent to the moon recently, to go to Mars. Think of the rich High Def. videos we could get back of Mars.


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