Originally posted by Terapin
That being said, it doesn't in any way indicate deliberate nefarious editing.
Did you go to the second page? It's not nefarious at all. In fact, due to the small, invisible watermark I would guess that a young computer tech
did this and was a little annoyed at his superiors. People born after the 60s don't understand this whole humanity is the pinnacle of life in the
universe, and smoke Lucky Strikes crap.
These techs, much like me, don't understand these walking corpses at NASA whom are terrified of the possibility that earth isn't unique in its
ability to harbor life. The upper management at NASA should be euthanized to make room for individuals with no bias, but then again, maybe this goes
all the way to the top and fixing NASA would only be the tip of the iceberg.
This dishonest science has caused an entire generation to realize that everything they thought they knew about Sol system is probably at least a
little bit wrong.
My guess is that this is why space exploration has stalled and technology hasn't been advancing the way we thought it would.
Look at it this way, if you tell a girl that you live in a mansion, and you really live in a hood crib, you can't just bring her to that hood crib
and say, "oh, my bad." You have to hold on to that lie, stall, make excuses, bring her to motels, while you slowly make it seem like you've been
losing all of your money in bad investments. After enough time has passed, living in a hood shack makes sense. And if she really loves you, it
Well, NASA will slowly talk about its "bad investments." That is, there will be many reasons why all of the older data about mars is incorrect.
Bad equipment, bad interpretations, malfunctions, and whateverelse they can think of will be used as excuses.
Over time as the fog evaporates, the truth will be sitting right in front of our faces, and it will make sense. NASA will act like nothing has
changed, and much of the public may not even notice. Will we love NASA enough to overlook the ghetto crib, and if not, will there be enough of us to
really get noticed? Considering the way the MSM works, I'm guessing NASA will be fine.
So anyway, yeah, there's page two with the watermark in the sky,
check that out.
Originally posted by Jimmy910130
Mike, could you post the place on NASA's website were you got these?
Mike's not here right now, but I can help. Xenotech, the site in the original post, links directly to the NASA/JPL site with the original images.