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Boondoggle on Mars Produces Zilch and Hype

Written by Gary North on December 10, 2014

American taxpayers are forced to spend billions of dollars on boondoggles sent to Mars because evolutionists figure that if they can just find signs of life on Mars, they can forever silence Christians and orthodox Jews, who annoy them. “Special creation? Not hardly!”

This is why every report on Mars comes with an obligatory statement on possible signs of water, which means a nice bowl of evolutionary soup for supper.

The probes never turn up any evidence of life on Mars. So the boondoggles continue, all in the name of science.

Here is the latest report. Watch for the word “may.” Remember: whenever you see the word “may,” you may legitimately add “may not.”

The article begins with a lie: Curiosity Did More Than Kill The Cat. It found water too. The article says that they did not find water.

For all the people who love to hear of the next great leap for mankind we have this for you. NASA’s latest Mars rover, the Curiosity, recently found that Mars’ Mount Sharp may have been formed in a lake millions, if not tens of millions of years ago.

This would be equally accurate.

For all the people who love to hear of the next great leap for mankind we have this for you. NASA’s latest Mars rover, the Curiosity, recently found that Mars’ Mount Sharp may not have been formed in a lake millions, if not tens of millions of years go.

This is not how Dr. Enthusuasm describes it.

Sedimentary rock, much like clay and compressed sand that can be found on a cliff on earth, has been found on the Martian surface around the 3 mile tall mountain which rockets from a massive barren crater in the ground. This leaves scientists and myself alike to believe that there may have been a massive lake on Mars.

This would be equally accurate.

Sedimentary rock, much like clay and compressed sand that can be found on a cliff on earth, has been found on the Martian surface around the 3 mile tall mountain which rockets from a massive barren crater in the ground. This leaves scientists and myself alike to believe that there may not have been a massive lake on Mars.

Now we get some completely extraneous facts: the height of Mount Sharp.

To put some perspective here, Mount Sharp stands a towering 3 miles tall meaning any lake here would have to be the same height if not higher. The Curiosity has been exploring this crater, known as the gale crater, for 2 years, ever since it got to Mars and only just made it to the base of Mount Sharp a few months ago. It takes a lot of time to analyze the surrounding area, especially if that’s a 96 mile crater made by an asteroid impact.

Translation: “Taxpayers are suckers to keep shelling out big bucks on this.”

He drew a conclusion:

Now scientist [sic] are wondering if this lake that could of [sic] lasted millions of years at this size, ever housed living microbial beings.

Scientists are wondering, wondering, wondering — at taxpayers’ expense.

After taking a quote from the lead scientist of NASA’s exploration program, Michael Meyer can be found saying something along the lines that this was well large enough and that it could have lasted millions of years which could be sufficient time for life to get started and thrive depending on other variables. It most definitely was sufficient time for lake sediments to build up to form Mount Sharp.

Translation: “We have found nothing of significance, but it was still worth it. It wasn’t our money.”

Even here on earth we don’t have a firm understanding of how long it takes for original life to begin and how long proper conditions have to be in place to start such life.

But taxpayers must keep shelling out the money to subsidize their careers. Right? “Keep that money coming. It’s all for Science!”

Big government means big boondoggles and big hidden agendas.

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