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Is NASA brain dead?
« on: 19/03/2005 19:54:56 »
Scientifically speaking, it is no brainer.
Meaning, so called NASA science team did not show any signes of life for years. Mars data analysis is nonexistent, after more than a year of rover presence on Mars and 80000 pictures taken.
Want to see Martian Civilization signes?
Look here:
http://www.space.afreepress.com/?pnav=895 [nofollow]

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #1 on: 19/03/2005 20:57:03 »
Good thing we have a free press to tell us all about it!

(btw I think that guy stole your internet-moniker (name). Can't you sue him or something? There should be a law against such guys. Identity theft, that's what it is, nothing less...)
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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #2 on: 19/03/2005 22:26:58 »
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There are no not artificial objects, shaped as triangular equilateral orthogonal prism. Given this immutable fact we must conclude, that an object of such shape found on Mars is artificial. Not only rover Spirit has photographed a coupe of such objects, they are a part of apparent ruined small pyramid, with image of Sun on top.



L O L, sorry but this is complete crap [xx(]. There are plenty of natural rock formations on Earth which are far more impressive than that, granted they were shaped by wind, water etc. which is not as likely to have happened recently on Mars. Plus who says that something triangular canít exist naturally???? I will never get why everyone is so desperate to find life on Mars? If we do it will be at best some boring archaebacteria living within rock, which in itself will be profound (in the wow its not just Earth then). Why not be satisfied that the universe is so immense that life (intelligent or not) will exist somewhere else, but it is very unlikely we will ever meet them/it.

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #3 on: 19/03/2005 23:30:35 »
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Originally posted by Ultima who says that something triangular canít exist naturally????
Not "something triangular".
Objects with symmetry of a equilateral triangular orthogonal prism are never created by the Nature.

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #4 on: 20/03/2005 02:28:50 »
It's not equilateral. The straight sides are intriguing, but I have seen similar natural shapes on earth.
 

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #5 on: 20/03/2005 04:13:32 »
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Originally posted by gsmollin

It's not equilateral. The straight sides are intriguing, but I have seen similar natural shapes on earth.

You made a statement that incorrect on its face. The triangular prisms ARE equilateral, they have 60 grade angles.

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #6 on: 21/03/2005 07:48:45 »
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Not "something triangular".
Objects with symmetry of a equilateral triangular orthogonal prism are never created by the Nature.


Erm Iíve seen rocks formed from lava flows that are hexagonal prisms of basalt.... PLEASE NOTE REGULAR HEXAGONS HAVE LOTS OF SYMMETRY!!!!! I think triangular could happen, don't forget whatís naturally possible here might be totally different for Mars. Plus how the **** does that blurred image depict in anyway evidence of a pyramid with a sun engraving on?????? Try picking a more reputable source for your evidence and I might be more willing to go along with you.

Hexagonal Basalt in USA:
http://www.answers.com/topic/devils-postpile-national-monument-1

Hexagonal Basalt in UK:
http://www.answers.com/topic/giant-s-causeway

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #7 on: 21/03/2005 11:05:36 »
I think it might just conceivably be a wind up...
 

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #8 on: 21/03/2005 11:11:29 »
I think extrasense believes all this stuff to some extent as his homepage is full of it.

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #9 on: 21/03/2005 13:13:36 »
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Originally posted by Ultima hexagonal prisms of


What hexagonal has to do with the issue in hand? There is a lot of hexagonal prisms occuring naturally. There is none equilateral triangle orthogonal prism.

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #10 on: 21/03/2005 15:50:14 »
Unfortunately for your Martians, that's not true:

http://metafysica.nl/d2_lattice_15.html
 

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #11 on: 21/03/2005 17:42:47 »
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Originally posted by chimera

http://metafysica.nl/d2_lattice_15.html [nofollow]

You still pretend that you do not understand what you have to do:
You must provide a picture of a natural rock, shaped as an equilateral triangular orthogonal prism.
Or better, admit that you can not - which is really the case.

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #12 on: 21/03/2005 20:03:48 »
There is an alien there playing bongos on the rocks  !!!;)



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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #13 on: 21/03/2005 20:34:47 »
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Originally posted by neilep

There is an alien there playing bongos on the rocks  !!!;)


See, we can learn some tricks from those pesky Martians:)

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #14 on: 22/03/2005 20:05:40 »
For those, who are geometricaly challenged /Chimera, please pay attention/ , here is how the equilateral triangular orthogonal prism looks like:




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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #15 on: 23/03/2005 21:31:31 »
Unless that is from a very weird angle that is not equilateral!!! Itís scalene...

For those who are rational argument challenged  /extrasense, please pay attention/ , here is what lots of triangles look like:
http://home.blarg.net/~math/triangles.html

For those of a sceptical mind it might be worth doing a google search for "equilateral triangular orthogonal prism" and notice all the crap that comes up first... the first hit being this thread ;)

THE SECOND HIT BEING :D

http://forum.physorg.com/index.php?showtopic=1300&st=30

Where extrasense has exhaustively discussed this subject against some very well presented and thought out arguments against alien intervention on Mars.

I love how trolls just keep going around the net doing this stuff, I think I might base my next data mining program on their behaviourÖ extrasense when your posts and website come up as about the only discussion of this subject, it is fairly hard to take you seriouslyÖ If you just want to trawl for responses go post on alternative physics news. If you legitimately want to discuss this subject give me some proof that this structure could not appear in nature, all we have heard is you claiming its not possible. With the wild accusation that something with that level of symmetry cannot exist in nature, when it clearly canÖ considering nearly all crystalline structures have some symmetry.


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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #16 on: 23/03/2005 22:38:18 »
Matt, I did the exaxt same thing and came across Extrasenses other posts......it's also worth checking out his website linked from his profile.

Extrasense....I have no doubt your fundamental belief that YOU believe what you believe....but for every one of your pictures ,the same can be said for pictures of terrain here on Earth too....and what about Venus ?...arent there some pictures of the ground on Venus for you to convince yourself that life existed there too. This morning as I waited for my train, I looked at the track and amongst all the gravel/pebbles etc etc I'm sure I saw a few equalateral triangles and other shapes which look man/woman made and I thought of you. Now, there may well have been life on Mars but come on !!..every single one of your pictures shows that you have a healthy imagination, especially when you really believe in something ,you are going to be biased and visualize the things you want to see.......don't you think for one minute that if your pictures were obvious, that we would all see it as you do ?...after all, to you...it's as plain as day is it not ?...then why is it not so obvious to the rest of us ?..with such compelling evidence as you claim, why are we all not able to accept the revelation that you see ?



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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #17 on: 23/03/2005 23:41:17 »
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Originally posted by neilep

..with such compelling evidence as you claim, why are we all not able to accept the revelation that you see ?


Because mob runs in one direction, until it falls off the cliff

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Re: Is NASA brain dead?
« Reply #18 on: 26/03/2005 00:02:41 »
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Originally posted by extrasense

For those, who are geometricaly challenged /Chimera, please pay attention/ ,




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