posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 02:51 AM
Originally posted by MmmPie
Originally posted by r2d246
That is so rediculous. That might fool the masses but here's one guy who's saying .... Bull Sheat!!! What a joke. There out in Area 51 fooling
everyone with the newsest fake mars lander, in otherwords a cheap hollywood prop that they didn't even put a high res camera on, cuz there so cheap
that they used old parts to create. meanwhile the billions are already in some offshore account. What a scam.
Sources to back this claim?
I can find hundreds that prove otherwise. Is the Spirit rover rolling around a remote desert too?
If so, please provide some sources for this as well.
Thanks in advance.
I'm not TRYING to be offensive here, but that may happen here (not to you - to R2D2 ) Hey! That rhymed!
Anyways, apparently what it comes down to is this: If someone is ignorant to something (doesn't know about it due to not wanting to LEARN), then they
will believe the easiest thing for them to believe. I would know because I have been guilty of that myself.
So looking at his grammar and position and delivery (not to be a grammar nazi, but it ties in to my point), he doesn't seem to be interested in
learning, so he is taking the easy way out and is therefore in denial because it just seems so "impossible". Plus he is angry - look at his red
face-ball blowing out fire! Yowch!
It's hard, don't get me wrong - and there have been more failed missions than successful ones. You would need teams of scientists to do it. The math
and the resources are there (wish I could say the same for funding), but it can be done. And it looks like it has.
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