posted on Sep, 28 2015 @ 10:30 AM
a reply to: TOYBEAR
Well it is patently not "all lies", otherwise we would never get any deep space images, any lander data at all...
Clearly at least some of what NASA has going for it is the real deal. They have more access to space than I have, so it pays to actually watch their
announcements and learn what they have found, or at least what they are telling us of what they find.
Incidentally, it would be unprofessional of them, and improper, to jump the shark and announce something until they are sure of themselves, so when
they feed little bits of data to us slowly, that has more to do with the time it takes to analyse data, than it does to do with an agenda. I am glad
that they are being fastidious!