Tuesday, August 26, 2014

"Cell Like" Structure Found in Martian Meteorite - Scientists Then Attack Their Own Findings

An ovoid, "cell-like" structure has been found in a Martian meteorite that has been studied since 1911. The Nakhla 1911 Mars Meteorite was found in Egypt in -- you guessed it -- 1911, but a new study using electron microscopy, X-Rays and other techniques has shown that the cell looks pretty much exactly like a eukaryote, a complex form of microbial life until now only found on Earth. Although the scientists who made the discovery are certain it is not the result of terrestrial contamination, they were also quick to attack their own findings.

"Despite the extremely biomorphic overall shape of the ovoid, it is highly unlikely that it itself was an organism," the lead author of the paper said. Of course, he doesn't really say why it's "highly unlikely," that it was once alive, except that if did say that, he knows his work and reputation would be assaulted and possibly destroyed in a inquisition-like process NASA likes to call "peer-review."

So after properly flagellating himself for simply pointing out that it looks exactly like a complex, once living organism, Dr. Elias Chatzitheodoridis then goes on to point out all the other details that support that conclusion:

"It could have been formed directly by micro-organisms, or it could trap organic material that came from elsewhere," Chatzitheodoridis said in an email. "That the ovoid is hollow means that there is enough space to accommodate colonies of microorganisms."

He goes on to say that he'd feel better about the whole thing if there were more than one of them, which would mean that the meteorite contained a "colony" of microbial life, but that would require cutting up Nakhla 1911 to look for them. I say let's start slicing, but of course since it's "highly unlikely" that this is really a eukaryotic fossil, NASA and NASA funded scientists will do nothing of the kind.

This all serves as a lesson in the mindset of the scientific materialist establishment. Having found compelling evidence of life on Mars (for at least the 4th time), rather than dig further into the mystery, the discoverer is forced to make silly statements that its probably "abiotic" in origin and beg fro his colleagues to make him look the fool. And these are the people we look to in hopes of expanding the boundaries of our knowledge?

Just cut the thing up already...


Sunday, July 27, 2014

A Quick Listing of Things my Critics Have Lied/Been Wrong About (By no Means Complete)

This is just a partial list of the lies and complete distortions my critics have put out about me. Some of them are long and very technical, but so are their false claims about me, my co-author and sources. As you will see, I never said that orbital eccentricity was measured from the Earth, that centrifugal force makes you heavier, or for that matter any of the other false and stupid things these obsessed people say I did. I have stopped responding to these people because they have used multiple false identities to attack and me, sexually harassed my female friends and threatened me with physical violence. Enough is enough.

Consider this just a quick reference to the innumerable claims they have made. I could easily rebut all of their claims, but I would have no time to work on my own projects and I will spend no further energy refuting them.


Friday, July 25, 2014

Did Water or Lava Form Valles Marineris?

Ancient Aliens on Mars II
A new research paper by Giovanni Leone of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology published in the Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, argues that Mars' vast canyons and outflow channels were formed by volcanism, not water. This is crucial to the debate about whether life on Mars ever existed (it did) or even exists now (it does) because if canyons like Valles Marineris were formed by lava, there is much less water to work with in Mars' distant past, making life less likely.

Valles Marineris on Mars

However, there are several flaws with the paper, primarily that it is extremely difficult to distinguish between igneous (volcanic) and sedimentary (usually water formed) rocks from orbit. It also depends on the existence of a series of invisible ancient volcanos on the Tharsis rise for which there is no evidence whatsoever.

There really are only two viable scenarios for the existence of Valles Marineris, Graham Hancock's "Astra" scenario, in which a massive asteroid got inside Mars' Roche Limit and blasted the planet in the location of the Hellas Basin, and the Mars Tidal Model authored by Richard C. Hoagland and myself.
The "Astra" concept.

In the "Astra" scenario, a massive asteroid or planetoid wanders inside the Roche Limit of Mars and blasts the planet in the Hellas basin, ripping through the guts of Mars. The impact tears a split in the side of the planet (Valles Marineris) and pushes out the massive Tharsis bulge on the other side. In this scenario, Valles Marineris would be mostly lava, because the rip in the side of the planet would allow volcanic lava and magma from deep inside the planet to bubble upward and then cool. 
In the Mars Tidal Model however, Valles Marineris is a massive tidal bore, formed when the planet had vast liquid oceans on the Tharsis and Arabia bulges 180 degrees apart on the surface on Mars. With Mars imprisoned in a tidally-locked orbital relationship with a Super Earth named Maldek or "Planet V," the water flowed back and forth between the two oceans for eons and carved out the deep scar of Valles Marineris.
Either way, the new paper is not conclusive to either argument. The ultimate test will be NASA ever lands a probe/rover in Valles Marineris and tests for sodium in the soil. The presence of salt would conclusively prove that Valles Marineris was formed by a salt water flow, rather than the "Astra" impact. But who knows how long it will be (if ever) before such a landing is even attempted, much less made. Time will, as always, tell.

Join me at Contact in the Desert August 8-11 to discuss this!