To top it all off, I am still asking for anyone to show me any pictures of the so called "Skycrane" that they used to land this rover on "Mars". I would like someone to come forward with any pictures or documentation of this device being tested on Earth before it magically worked so wonderfully on Mars. I have received nothing so far that shows that NASA's "Skycrane" even existed at all, other than drawings, and pictures. Even the landing of Curiosity on "Mars" itself is completely suspect, simply because it was shown on Earth mainly through computer simulations!
Now comes another real laugher about this fraudulent rover... According to this article, from Time Magazine Online, at www.time.com, the Mars Curiosity Rover is a candidate for Time's "Man of the Year" for 2012! First, here is that Time article in its entirety, and I do have my own thoughts and comments to follow:
Who Should Be TIME's Person of the Year 2012?
As always, TIME's editors will choose the Person of the Year, but that doesn't mean readers shouldn't have their say. Cast your vote for the person you think most influenced the news this year for better or worse. Voting closes at 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 12, and the winner will be announced on Dec. 14.
The Mars Rover
By Jeffrey Kluger
Monday, Nov. 26, 2012
You may own a cool car — you may even own a truly great car — but it's a cinch that no matter how fantastic it is, it can never be anything more than the second best car in the solar system. The greatest of all is the Mars Curiosity rover, one ton of SUV-size machine now 160 million miles from Earth and trundling across the Martian surface. It was the rover's landing on Mars last August that first caught people's eyes: an improbable operation that required a hovering mother ship to lower the rover to the surface on cables like a $2.5 billion marionette. But it's the two years of exploration Curiosity has ahead of it — with a suite of instruments 10 times as large as any ever carried to Mars before — that will make real news. NASA built the country one sweet ride, and yes, alas, it's sweeter than yours.
NTS Notes: Yes, they are strongly considering this fraud as Time's "Man of the Year", and to me this is an insult to my intelligence. I can guarantee that others feel exactly the same way!
We have seen other non-human entities in the past win Time's "Man of the Year" honours, but this could be the first time that a total fraud could win this award.
Lets be serious here..... The Mars Curiosity Rover is the latest stunt by NASA along the same lines as their fraudulent Apollo moon missions. NASA over the last few years has been facing serious cutbacks by the US Government with the risk of thousands of people being thrown out of work. They therefore needed something spectacular to convince the US Government to continue its billions of dollars of funding, so lo and behold... Here comes their "spectacular" Curiosity Rover on Mars!
This fraud has worked wonders for the scam artists at NASA, for shortly after this rover sent back its first pictures from "Mars", the US Government announced it would be fully funding NASA for at least two more space missions!
One final note: I am still waiting for the huge "announcement" by NASA of what they found on "Mars", and now I am troubled by their delay in making their "announcement". It does make you wonder if they realize that their planned "announcement" may come under tremendous scrutiny and their "announcement" may backfire in their faces and expose them for the frauds they are. Again, if and when they make their "announcement", I will be ready to pounce on them immediately.
More to come