July 19, 2017
A Republican Congressman has asked a NASA panel about the chances that there was a civilization on Mars thousands of years ago.
Good on him.
In case you were wondering, there’s no evidence that Mars hosted an alien civilization thousands of years ago.
Nonetheless, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., asked a panel of planetary scientists to speculate about this possibility today (July 18), during a hearing of the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Science, Space and Technology’s Space Subcommittee.
The inquiry followed testimony by panelist Ken Farley, the project scientist for NASA’s Mars 2020 rover mission, stating that the Red Planet had lakes and rivers, and perhaps even a huge northern ocean, until about 3.6 billion years ago. So it fell to Farley to answer the question of whether Mars was perhaps once home to intelligent aliens.
“So, the evidence is that Mars was different billions of years ago, not thousands of years ago, and there is no evidence I’m aware of that — ” Farley began.
“Would you rule that out?”‘ Rohrabacher interjected.
“I would say that is extremely unlikely,” Farley responded.
The belief that intelligent aliens may call Mars home has a rich and eventful history. For example, more than a century ago, American astronomer Percival Lowell claimed to have spotted canals on Mars, which he hypothesized had been built to bring water from the planet’s polar ice caps down to the midlatitudes.
And in 1976, photos by NASA’s Viking 1 Mars orbiter showed a landform that bore a striking resemblance to a human face. Though clearer imagery by later spacecraft revealed the “Face on Mars” to be an ordinary rock formation, some people still claim that it’s evidence of an ancient civilization.
Many orbiters, landers and rovers have explored Mars over the decades, and none have detected any evidence that intelligent organisms ever arose there.
Obviously, all the Congressman was doing was asking a question that one of his constitutes had sent his office and said he wanted asked. If he himself was personally into theories regarding potential ancient intelligent civilizations on Mars, he would have been much more direct, clear and aggressive in his line of questioning.
Instead of deducing that obvious fact, however, Jews such as Garry Kasparov are just calling him stupid, as if he had just been sitting around wondering about this personally.
Not a joke, sadly. With this vital question answered, perhaps NASA can tell us if there's civilization in Congressman Rohrabacher! https://t.co/1pWthkg7Js
— Garry Kasparov (@Kasparov63) July 18, 2017
(Note: The Reagan Battalion, who Kasparov is responding to in that tweet – they claim to have “discovered” this question in the NASA hearing – is the same group of anti-Trump “conservatives” that “discovered” MILO’s pederasty comments on a public YouTube video that had hundreds of thousands of views.)
I have no idea if there was a civilization on Mars. I have no reason to feel strongly either way. I do agree with Space.com that the “evidence” as provided by various theorists thus far is not especially compelling.
The “face on Mars” I believe is certainly a natural formation.
And I think the theories about various clips from the Mars rover are also uncompelling.
So I don’t have a problem with NASA saying they don’t have a reason to believe there was a civilization on Mars ever, let alone thousands of years ago.
However, I do have some problems – beyond the problem I have with people knowing so little about how Congress works that they are assuming this was the personal question of Dana Rohrabacher.
I think even if it was Rohrabacher’s question, the question shouldn’t be mocked. It’s a legitimate question. It is not impossible that there was a civilization on Mars, and it is now just taken for granted that there was probably life there.
This entire Jew-pushed attitude of “we already know everything about science” is the exact opposite of the attitude you want with scientific inquiry. You want people asking questions.
I believe that consciousness preceded matter, and that the continual assertion of the opposite by “scientific” Jews is what is stifiling our understanding of both science and spirituality. I also believe that the universe is infinite, because the universe as we see it is a projection of consciousness. The modern universe is a projection of the consciousness of the White race, as we are the most involved beings on the planet.
Ultimately, I think the very framework of reality itself will necessarily mean that aliens do exist.
There is also good reason to believe that extremely advanced civilizations existed long before our own. That doesn’t mean that they came from Mars or that they colonized Mars, but it would mean that such things should be ruled-out or ridiculed.
I think that with the push of society to the right, away from Jewish thought, we are once again going to be able to open-up scientific inquiry in a way that is very exciting.