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Originally posted by orthisguyoverhere
I'm sorry Rik but the link you provided does not use any scientific method at all and is I think designed to misinform. I did not mean to insult you but after months and months of reading your posts you still haven't posted your information/evidence. I really think you may have been led down the garden path by some of those websites. I did not mean that you needed a psychiatrist but the people spouting bollocks that you are linking to may.
Originally posted by rikriley
damajikninja, thanks for your response. You probably have not read all of the input I have put on other threads on ATS. This one for starters go to this website and discover how water has helped shape the surface on Mars www.martianspiders.com... this will keep you busy. Go to the bottom of the page where it says Arthur C. Clarke on Martian Spiders scroll to the bottom where it says see my companion site of other interesting Martian Photos click on go to the bottom of page where it says link to fluid. Rik Riley
[edit on 8-5-2007 by rikriley]
What the Rover VII probe found on that first day on the Red Planet is nothing short of astonishing.
“We had just one shot left on a 24-exposure roll of Kodak 200 print film,” says Turner, “so we had to make it count. Whatever it was that was moving might spook and split while we changed rolls of film via remote. That one shot was really our only chance.”
"Why are there no personnel records for Dr. Edgar Turner at N.A.S.A.; no college records for him at the Phoenix Institute of Technology, where he earned his PhD in space science? (Have these records been destroyed?"