posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 06:43 PM
The problems people hve with his claims isn't the nature of the claim themselves -- the idea of organic, even fossil-like stuff in meteorites isn't
heretical -- but apparently his disregard for the problem of containation post landing. And the NASA center at Marshall [Huntsville] doesn't HAVE an
astrobiology department, it's his personal hobby. doesn't the posted video look like it's in his kitchen at home? Was he wearing a NASA badge?
The picture at the link is interesting though, as were other pictures. There is also an attitude problem with certain science spokespersons who have
just said garbage to Hoover's claims without so much input, why would they say that except in a oppositional mindset when as you say, the actual idea
is not so out there. Thing is, how do you escort a pristine example of anything like this from out there to mother Earth without contamination so that
you can say, and unequivically, this is the real deal, say like NASA now going to bonk the asteroids and come up with something similar or the same,
and claim it as pristine..whose gonna take the accolades?
It's not like the man is asking too much, what his claim is something in the absence of anything but simile, so far all I see is others saying
simile, others saying garbage and not much else.