posted by RRRGroup at
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Does anyone seriously get excited over this sort of thing any more? We shall get numerous 'anomalies' from Curiosity on Mars from time to time (and of course have had some in the past from other landers /orbiters). I have long lost interest in such things, knowing that they merely show something vague that can be interpreted in various ways. Ufologists will seize on the slightest 'anomaly' and make some big story about it. Look at all that geometrical nonsense over the Cydonia face and Cydonia region. For me, the best thing for such people is to send them to Mars in the first real Mars spacecraft, whenever that may be. People like Hoagland and his followers should have been relocated to Mars long ago. At their own expense of course.
By cda, at Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Rich recently made comment about NASA's on-going perseveration concerning Mars and Curiosities panning of the horizon.Along those thoughts, if NASA was curious (no pun intended) about such things as Cydonia, why did they not plant Curiosity nearby? Now that would have opened up interesting speculations.
By Tim Hebert, at Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Yah, Tim...NASA has a penchant to go for the safe and sane.NASA never attempts to seek out the odd things in the Solar System.They muffed the moon missions, and they keep going to the deserts of Mars.Something doesn't add up.RR
By RRRGroup, at Wednesday, August 22, 2012
"Something doesn't add up".It adds up to zero. The positives balance out the negatives.Other countries are slowly getting into space. Now wouldn't NASA look completely dotty if they failed to disclose something important on the moon, Mars or anywhere else; something truly interesting to science, and then took the risk that China, India or Russia discovered it and announced it first? Exactly the same argument re UFO crashes. The US has all this secret ET hardware supposedly stashed away. OK, they keep it there; meanwhile some other nation stumbles upon a crashed UFO and announces it to the world. And who will have egg on its face after that?NASA knows full well that there is no way it can keep such secrets (if there are any) under wraps. No way at all. Nor would it ever try to.By the way, does the face on Mars have egg on it?
Equating the fact that you cannot understand NASA's interest in flat topography with the existence of past or present Martians is what doesn't add up in my book. You are kidding right?
By Bruce Duensing, at Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Bruce,I never kid when it comes to Martians.RR
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