posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 12:16 AM
reply to post by Arken
Thanks, Arken. What I find both amusing and bemusing are the comments from people here that seem so rigidly determined to force themselves to
"believe" that these are "only rocks", i.e., that they refuse to accept the possibility(reality!) that life will establish itself and evolve
similarly to what we have seen here on Earth.
To think that NASA will publicize anything that may fall outside the "Earth is a unique exception"paradigm they cling to is patently absurd. NASA
is a false front for our real government space "program", giving us, in reality, NO information from all the publicly financed programs it has
We have been systematically shielded from dramatic and fundamentally significant discoveries and advancements in physics and astronomy(to name only
two areas of scientific endeavor).
If we would accept NASA's "worldview", rocket propulsion is the most advanced technology we have developed, Einsteinian physics are the final word
on the subject, and there is no known life, intelligent or otherwise, beyond our Earth. What complete and utter nonsense!
It's time the people of this country rise up and DEMAND a disclosure and accounting of the R&D we've funded for the last 70 years. The
technological information currently in the hands of a few government and private corporate interests the WE PAID FOR needs to be given to the American
Sounds outrageously inane and naive, doesn't it? Really? What will it take for us to demand access for what we have subsidized? What are we afraid
of? If we believe in our Constitution, we must act. The destruction of our planet is happening before our eyes, and we can stop it.
Or do we want to be the future Mars, with beings from Neptune(or some other moon or planet) quibbling about whether rocks on Earth may or may not be