posted on Jul, 3 2008 @ 02:50 AM
reply to post by plumranch
Needless to say I'm beginning to have my doubts this is even a mission.
There's NO information. None except for the few lame pictures we've been given. The same snap of the "ice" or white stuff, and the "after"
picture to help diagram how there was melting... oooh...
I've used the same microwave (albeit rarely) for 18 years and it never shorted once and it cost me 80 bucks at the time.
One excuse after the next - this mission just feels bogus, unlike the rovers mission which was probably the most exciting thing we've done since the
space shuttle first began taking off.
While I believe Mars supports life forms, it is clear tough hurdles to conquer in the area of being provided open information (particularly from a
program Americans help fund via tax), faith that people want this information for hope and a better life, community and togetherness. Throw all that
crap out the window, there is a plan to make money...and we're not invited. Power.
POWER TO THE PEOPLE? Hell no.
The worst part is the people who know the most information withhold vast secrets because they themselves would like to be known as god for even a day
until the effects wear off.