While NASA propaganda diverts attention from "life on Mars" to "geologic information gathering," do we feel less validated about our suspicions?
Many today think we should be studying "artifacts" rather than "dirt," and "archaeology" rather than "geology" on Mars. Why? Three reasons: location, location, location. "The rover will assess whether Mars ever had an environment able to support life forms. (NASA/Bill Ingalls)" HA!
And while NASA ponders "what makes the red planet red?" ... We are left pondering in our coffee cups the downward spiral of life on earth.
Knowing what to look for is the key, no? So, now try to plan your life according to the long shot that NASA will somehow own up the evidence of "others" out there who are faster, sleeker, and far advanced to our space programs. Yes, for NASA to admit there is a superior group of space travelers in the sky, watching everything we do, would spell the end of the $billions spent on its folly of space stations and probes. And there are multiples of formations showing up in NASA's own photos, not readily released by NASA elites, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, photos depicting civilization machinations in Mars' surface.
" ... A new survey finds that 80 million Americans, or 36 percent of the population, believe UFOs are real. One in 10 respondents say they have personally witnessed an alien spaceship. And if aliens were to invade the country sometime in the next four years, 65 percent of survey respondents said President Obama would be better suited for handling the invasion than Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. (Life's Little Mysteries Staff / June 28, 2012. HERE) ... "This survey is quoted in lots of documentaries and shows lately. We thought the bit about Obama's street credit was a good side note. " ... More than three in four Americans (77 percent) think there are signs that suggest aliens have visited the Earth, whether or not they've made up their minds about the question. ... " The truth is that public consciousness is changing from "non-belief" in this phenomena to "belief in it for sure." Aliens do exist for the majority of Americans.
Therefore, Plimpton, what's the big deal? The same thing that is the big deal for all the patron workers at NASA -- elitists' mega spending of American tax money.
" ... More surprisingly, the new NatGeo survey found that a whopping 79 percent of people think the government has kept information about UFOs a secret from the public, and more than half (55 percent) believe there are real-life "Men in Black"-style agents who threaten people who spot UFOs. (Life's Little Mysteries Staff / June 28, 2012.)... "Woe is me ... how to persuade the public to spend billions on dated technology, technology that is pre-historic to the one future day announcement that the aliens are out there, at large, and probably in charge? And they have space travel technology that supplants the entire brigade of NASA toys.
The key to this is that we humans on Earth today cannot do the announcing by ourselves. Unfortunately we will require trumpets and horsemen from the heavens to help us be convinced.
Yes, please help us, the little people!
Location; location; location " ... Nearly one in five think the nation's capital is the most likely landing zone for a UFO. ... "