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Did NASA Accidentally, Almost Announce Life on Mars???

Sunday, June 10, 2018 18:55
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In the most recent NASA press conference, the discovery of ancient organic molecules and current methane on Mars was announced. A JPL scientist said something strange, implying that NASA knows a lot more than they are letting on….

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  • unidentified

    they’ll lose their taxpayer funding if they tell the public what they really know about mars today

    • Ginger

      Do you mean life on Devon Island? Their methods of deception can actually be seen on Google Earth (the software) if you have pictures turned on (formerly called Panoramio) and explore the western end of the island. We’ve been deceived and looted for too many years!!

  • Francis SB

    I can’t see any reason why NASA would be hiding any truth from the wider public, unless you happen to be a conspiracy theorist, a truther, strangely religious, slightly paranoid and a tad bonkers.

    If life did indeed dwell on Mars, NASA would be all cook-a-hoop about it and such news would be headlines asap. There would not be a cover-up on a hugely significant discovery of this nature and it is absolutely preposterous to even mention such a notion :mrgreen:

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