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originally posted by: Rob48
a reply to: skyblueworld
...for NASA to send a probe and land there, then take off again.
... The landing took place Jan 14. 2005, either part or all of Cassini left Titan and continued on its journey
That's some great in-depth research right there
Edit.. "They never released any close-up photos of the Cassini probe taking off from there... Why is that?"
Erm... where to begin with this one?
1) The probe that landed on Titan was called Huygens, not Cassini.
2) It didn't take off. It is still there.
3) How close-up do you want? Are individual pebbles on the surface close enough?
(alien base not pictured)
File in the bin.
I don't know if this is a hoax or the real deal.
OK ATS'ers give me your opinion.
The trouble seems to be that IF an anomaly was investigated by science, they may have to come to a conclusion that it is man-made. That may cause problems with the secrecy crowd and so no-one bothers to investigate officially.
I reckon these anti-woo proponents just like to be on the winning side because they know full well that, like ghosties, no-one will ever be able to pin the phenomena down enough to investigate it scientifically.
Just don't get it sometimes here on ATS.