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Originally posted by dawnprince
Who would have found these fossils and how were they returned to earth?
As far as most of us are aware , none of the landers have ever returned .
Supposition and fanciful theories lend nothing to this thread .
Originally posted by ModernAcademia
You have homeless people on the streets, so many looking for jobs, you have a welfare society and soon the universal healthcare cost will be higher than the nation's GDP but you want MORE funding to NASA???
NASA firstly won't tell you anything they find, they are more secretive than the soviets, plus you can't afford
Come on man
I'm pretty sure you'll release some type of statement distancing yourselves from anything to do with this report before I get a reply, but just in case I thought I'd try.
The report is here, which you're surely well aware of by now : www.msnbc.msn.com...
So as someone who researches the paranormal, I'd like to ask the following :
a) If you choose once again to distance yourselves from this, why so? Who are you protecting?
b) why does it seem like you promote ignorance about life beyond our planet instead of giving us some truth?
c) do you think your "rules" regarding information connected to extraterrestrials will be relaxed in the near future, allowing us to have our collective blindfolds removed from us? Or do the agencies, governments, bankers and corporations across the world have too much power and influence to lose if we know they're not the ones we should be looking up to?
d) what is your own, as a person, not a NASA employee, belief about the possibility of extraterrestrials?
Thanks for any response either way, but I'd guess that you'll be issuing a statement long before I get a reply,
Originally posted by Pharyax
Took the humans 36 yrs to figure this out? lol.. that red tape must have been quite THICK.
2.1 millions years ago, the core of mars cooled enough to weaken the magnetic field, and the solar flare winds blew off much of the atmosphere. 4.1 million years ago, I expect Mars was lush, and full of life...
Question is... did they have the tech to reach Earth?
Originally posted by robhines
Originally posted by justwokeup
I'd be quite happy with a positive confirmation of microbial life on mars. That would be sufficiently awesome to make my year.
Same! Still kind of in disbelief that they might finally be admitting to it, thanks OP! I'm half waiting for them to start backtracking so can't get my hopes up too far, but if they admit to microbial life then that's a serious game changer in itself.
Originally posted by AwakeinNM
I've said it before.. I believe that soon scientists will realize that life in the universe is the rule rather than the exception. It's WHY the universe exists - for LIFE to have a place to exist and thrive.