NASA Sued for Failing to Analyze ‘Alien Life’

Posted: January 30, 2014 in Scifi
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As Fox Mulder would say, “I want to believe.” Could this rock image from Mars have a possible explanation? Sure. Would it satisfy everyone? No. We beings on eArth have asked the second ultimate question, “Are we alone?” The first one being, “What is the meaning of life,” which everyone knows the answer to be 42. When I heard about the news, my first thought was, how did that ROCK appear when there was a previous picture of the exact spot which had nothing there except Martian soil?

Well, my first thought some Martian is fucking with us as this being threw a rock from beyond the camera’s view. Sure, that’s work for me. Next, NASA had mentioned that this rock could have been debris from space and it just so happened to land right on the very spot the rover is located on. Ok but where is the impact seen in the picture. By all accounts, it just looks like someone or something placed the rock right where the rover can see it. How did this Rock get there?

“When you have eliminated all which is impossible, then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. ” Sherlock Holmes.

Who know, may be in the end all we get is just another rock.

When NASA concluded that a “doughnut-sized” object that appeared mysteriously before its Opportunity rover on Mars was actually an errant rock, it left some people dissatisfied: A lawsuit brought against the Agency alleges NASA not only failed to adequately investigate the object, but that it is biological in nature.

via NASA Sued for Failing to Analyze ‘Alien Life’.

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