WATER ON MARS...WOW!
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
Do you notice anything curious about the following news item: “EVIDENCE OF LIQUID WATER FOUND ON MARS... NASA's Curiosity Rover has found that water can exist as a liquid near the Martian surface.
“The results lend credence to a theory that dark streaks seen on features such as crater walls could be formed by flowing water.
“Scientists think thin films of water form when salts in the soil, called perchlorates, absorb water vapour from the atmosphere.”
Nothing curious? Well, the above is part of a report from the BBC on April 13 this year. http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-32287609
Yep, we have heard all this before but now, six months later, we wake up to the startling news that gushing cataracts might have flown from Martian valleys with brown bears snaring salmon from surrounding rocks around, a’hem, 3.5 billion years ago.
“This is evidence that Mars has experienced climate change”, said a bearded NASA academic. “Suddenly lakes and seas must have evaporated!”
Hang on fellers, I thought “climate change” was all about too much water!
Fair dinkum, you have to hand it to the IPCC, they have not left a stone unturned selling the century’s biggest hoax.
No, running water has not actually been seen nor has it been detected on Mars. “Evidence” of water and moisture has been noted for decades and the ice-covered poles are still there looking exactly the same as they did a billion years ago.
Although if you read this morning’s dishonest Press headlines you could be forgiven for believing Rover had to hide behind a tree to bait a hook.
It looks like either NASA needs their budget increased or the US Administration has taken that charlatan, Al Gore’s advice and invested in his carbon credits scam.
If the frantically desperate IPCC can’t pull this hoax off in Paris by December this year then it too might become the victim of an evaporative process.