posted by RRRGroup at
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
I think we have all had enough of things being 'discovered' on Mars.It all began over a century ago with Lowell and his canals. Then there was a period of calm, until the advent of the space age, since when Mars has, literally, driven certain people berserk. There was the famous Cydonia region, full of mathematical triangles and tetrahedrons (all with exact angles), followed by lots of mystery rocks, 'faces' (human of course), strange tracks, markings, artificial instruments, pools of water here & there, even bridges (?) and now human skulls of a kind. Mars is everyone's favorite playground, and will be until we get there. And as soon as we do get there I guarantee that someone will be telling us of the things they saw which they are forbidden to talk about (all top secret, you see), and about top secret photos which show the final UFO 'truth' we have all been waiting for: the little green men. Other planets don't get the same attention, yet. Venus? Not quite, but it will come. And even the asteriods and comets will get their share of the attention one day. Wait and see.The moon has already had its share, but has now become boring. What a pity.
By cda, at Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Sorry, I forgot the two satellites of Mars: Phobos and Deimos. Artificial? I hesitate to say so, but I forecast someone else will (if not already).
I think I have one that tops Celticson Mars.Brinsley Le Poer Trench, 8th Earl of Clancarty, in the fine tradition of Ufology published a book entitled "The Sky People" wherein he flatly claimed that all of the equally fine Biblical characters resided on Mars and migrated here. The Garden of Eden was located there and Adam and Eve? They were hybridized from aliens in a breeding program, long before alien breeding programs became the flavor of the month in abduction circles. I kid you not.
By Bruce Duensing, at Wednesday, October 15, 2014
I don't mind all the noise about these things, it's often funny (note: the alien spacecraft docked with the ISS that in actuality was the Olympic Flame brought up by cosmonauts before the last Games). But it crosses the line when talk turns to faked Apollo moon landings. Idiots.
By Ron, at Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Don't forget the aged and gone dotty Arthur Clarke's giant "glass worm" on Mars:"I'm still waiting for an explanation of that extraordinary glass worm on... [Mars]... How big is it? It's one of the most incredible images that's ever come from space and there have been no [official] comments on it whatsoever!"Most probably because, after seeing dune fields all over Mars, even an amateur astronomer knows a dune train in a canyon when he sees it.
By zoamchomsky, at Friday, October 17, 2014
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