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Ridiculing Thought of Life Outside Earth [NASA and Establishment]

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November 30, 2012 in Entertainment


“Everybody chill, NASA says: No Martian organics found”
November 30, 2012 by Nancy Atkinson, Universe Today

Curiosity maneuvering her robotic arm and conducting a close-up examination of windblown ‘Rocknest’ sand dune. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Ken Kremer/Marco Di Lorenzo
Relax everyone. There are no little green men or even a hint of organics on Mars… not yet, anyway.

“Everybody, chill,” Tweeted the Curiosity rover today. “After careful analysis, there are no Martian organics in recent samples.”
Update: And also, the Curiosity rover did not find plastic Mardi Gras beads on Mars either. More about that below.

Rumor and speculation abounded (and yes, we admit being part of that) after an interview with Mars Science Laboratory scientist John Grotzinger indicated something “earth-shaking” could be announced soon. “This data is gonna be one for the history books. It’s looking really good,” Grotzinger was quoted by NPR.

Read more at: http://phys.org

Meanwhile Curiosity rover shared this weird probably pshyop video that ridiculously speculates about what could be found on Mars: Warning do not watch for long, video is annoying…


The truth is there are microbial life on Mars. NASA/Media are obviously playing games and being extremely biased towards important science. What is NASA not telling us?
Discover Truth Here: Original Astronomical Planet Infowars Discovery

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1 response to Ridiculing Thought of Life Outside Earth [NASA and Establishment]

  1. Come on, if NASA really gave a shit about science & other life out there, they would have sent Curiosity to Cydonia! They could have checked the multiple Pyramids there, the Mars Face, and a ton of other stuff.

    Obviously, there’s microbial life there! There’s ICE there! DUH!

    I think we could have figured that out for ourselves.

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