Did NASA Make Some Big Announcement?
Did NASA make a big announcement the other day? I didn't hear anything. I thought NASA was going to finally come clean. I figured they would announce to the world that Mars is capable of sustaining life, or was capable of sustaining life in the past.
But sadly, NASA was acting like....well, NASA. They served the world one big giant glass of "huge disappointment." NASA's big announcement to the world was that Mars has water. Bravo guys. Why don't you tell us something we don't know?
Why does NASA like to mess with us? Please don't insult our intelligence. You honestly just found this out? Many people have been discussing the possibility of water and life on Mars for years. NASA's Mars announcement was just another slap in the face! Just like their live feed that never seems to work properly when something odd flies by it. That shit always cuts out at the most convenient times. NASA reminds me of that old boyfriend that you had so much hope for in the beginning, but that as time goes on you lose more and more trust, until finally, you believe a word they say anymore and its over. Please don't insult our intelligence.
Richard C. Hoagland and Mike Bara have been discussing this planet for years. They believe that an ancient civilization once existed on Mars, and the reason the civilization is no longer there is the result of a nuclear explosion that destroyed all life on the planet. The red surface of Mars is a result from the nuclear war that ended life.
Mike Bara will be on Coast to Coast AM tonight discussing NASA's announcement with George Noory. I have links to Mike Bara and Richard C. Hoagland's books about Mars.
Ginormous Fish Caught By Fisherman In Japan
A fisherman in Japan reeled in the catch of his life the other day. The little bugger he caught really needs to lay off the burgers and GMO's. What the heck did he use to reel this whale in? A crane? Maybe I'm being too harsh, but this fish looks like someone betch slapped him with the ugly stick.
According to multiple reports, many are suspecting the size could be a mutation from the nuclear plant disaster. Researchers are theorizing the impact from the radiation in Fukushima at the nuclear plant may have had on the environment.
The nuclear power plant meltdown was caused by an 8.9 magnitude earthquake on an active fault line which triggered a tsunami. Reportedly, strange creatures including giant catfish, have also been found near the site of the deadly 1986 Russian nuclear disaster in Chernobyl.