Sunday, May 25, 2008

NASA Claims Success, Phoenix Landed

I wonder if life will ever be found on Mars?


That wouldn't be a puddle in the rover's track now, would it?


Surely those can't be trees now, could they?



Blogger spooked said...

where are these pics from???

26/5/08 7:20 AM  
Anonymous nick z. said...

I'm curious too...

26/5/08 3:38 PM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Bottom one is from the Global Surveyer, middle one is from when the Opportunity rover mysteriously had it's solar panels cleaned off. (It rained, but they told us a dust devil did it), and the top one is from that gargantuan data dump that JPL released 2 or 3 years ago.

26/5/08 6:28 PM  
Anonymous nick z. said...

While I would personally support the idea that there is a cover-up of actual plant-life on Mars (we already know there's water, from the earliest polar ice-caps), this kind of evidence could lead others to suggest the whole Mars probe mission is being faked and these pics are from remote deserts of Earth. I fail to see the point of faking it all, save for the generation of $$ for the space-program, which I'm sure many would argue is all the reason they need.

27/5/08 8:29 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

I think NASA knows Mars is crawling with life but will string their planned missions along as long as possible to soak up the billions on tap.

25/6/08 11:27 PM  

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