reply to post by OrionHunterX
I would appreciate it if someone would post a new thread containing the information I am about to give up. I will not waste your time with an "I have
a friend who works at Nasa" story, since that wouldn't prove anything anyway. I will not reveal any information about the source of this information,
no matter who/how many people ask questions.
The following are FACTS and they will come to light in around the end of 2012/Q1 of 2013.
- NASA has sent what can only be called secret probes to Mars, one in 1979 and one in 1980, to get a second (and third) opinion about some
controversial data related to the Viking missions.
- NASA now knows that Mars was a wet and highly-habitable planet in the recent (universe-time speak) past. Ongoing mystery: what caused Mars to become
inhospitable so quickly (why its atmosphere appears to have been stripped/escaped the planet's gravity, and where the surface fluids went).
- NASA is now 99% sure that mammalian life originated on Mars, and somehow migrated or was introduced on Earth sometime around Earth's Late Triassic
period. They know this from common ancestral DNA markers between Earth-origin and Mars-origin biomaterials of some sort (loosely; not my area).
- NASA is now 99% sure that mammalian life was not just present on Mars during this time, but that it was thriving. They have hand-picked (as much as
you can hand pick something planets apart) strata for study for the upcoming Curiosity mission. This is the prize... notice how eager they will be to
"drill, baby, drill!" in this strata once on the ground.
This is the beginning of a certain kind of disclosure (even if it's not the one that people usually talk about on here) that will change the way human
beings view their place in the universe. Everyone on the MSL team KNOWS that if this mission plays out as planned, Earth as the sole beacon of life in
the universe will no longer be an acceptable view. Two planets with life in our solar system... mathematically this strongly implies (understated
really) that life is much more common an occurrence than people currently think. There may be major gaps in distance and time... but life is just as
much a byproduct of the universe (at some places, at some times) as physics are...
The stated goals of the MSL mission are to:
1) Determine whether Mars could ever have supported life.
2) Study the climate of Mars.
3) Study the geology of Mars.
4) Plan for a human mission to Mars.
Well here's the deal. Around here we know that reason #1 is THE reason. THE goal. And not COULD, but DID. DID will be a very radical new fact for
people to accept and it will take time, just as when the Earth was found to be round. Items 2-4 are just natural superfluous bullet points that are
natural byproducts of this mission... to distract from the REVELATION that is item 1, to have had some more traditional conservative goals in the
pitch (this stuff doesn't come cheap). Those are the missions stated goals... if you don't believe me, research some of what I've said online... you
will see. :-]
Here's to hoping Sunday goes smoothly. Cheers fellow humans!
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