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Mars has sub-surface water. Notice how these stories always breakwhen interest is on the wane?



 
 
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Old July 26th 18, 12:18 AM posted to sci.astro.amateur
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Default Mars has sub-surface water. Notice how these stories always breakwhen interest is on the wane?

Believe it if you like.

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Old July 26th 18, 06:16 AM posted to sci.astro.amateur
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Default Mars has sub-surface water. Notice how these stories alwaysbreak when interest is on the wane?

On Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at 4:18:31 PM UTC-7, RichA wrote:
Believe it if you like.


To keep people's interest up and of course the funding too!!!!
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Old July 26th 18, 07:09 AM posted to sci.astro.amateur
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Default Mars has sub-surface water. Notice how these stories alwaysbreak when interest is on the wane?

On Thursday, 26 July 2018 01:16:25 UTC-4, StarDust wrote:
On Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at 4:18:31 PM UTC-7, RichA wrote:
Believe it if you like.


To keep people's interest up and of course the funding too!!!!


Just like global warming. The compliant media keep their mouths shut about it when it's -20 deg. F in the N.E. U.S., but come summer heat wave or forest fires, they are all over it.
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Old July 26th 18, 08:35 AM posted to sci.astro.amateur
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Default Mars has sub-surface water. Notice how these stories alwaysbreak when interest is on the wane?

On Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at 11:09:46 PM UTC-7, RichA wrote:
On Thursday, 26 July 2018 01:16:25 UTC-4, StarDust wrote:
On Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at 4:18:31 PM UTC-7, RichA wrote:
Believe it if you like.


To keep people's interest up and of course the funding too!!!!


Just like global warming. The compliant media keep their mouths shut about it when it's -20 deg. F in the N.E. U.S., but come summer heat wave or forest fires, they are all over it.


Global warming is real, even gov.'s don't deny it any more.
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Old July 26th 18, 01:17 PM posted to sci.astro.amateur
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Default Mars has sub-surface water. Notice how these stories always break when interest is on the wane?

On Wed, 25 Jul 2018 23:09:44 -0700 (PDT), RichA
wrote:

On Thursday, 26 July 2018 01:16:25 UTC-4, StarDust wrote:
On Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at 4:18:31 PM UTC-7, RichA wrote:
Believe it if you like.


To keep people's interest up and of course the funding too!!!!


Just like global warming. The compliant media keep their mouths shut about it when it's -20 deg. F in the N.E. U.S., but come summer heat wave or forest fires, they are all over it.


Because these days, when it's -20 F in the NE U.S., it's because of
global warming. Adding energy to the climate system doesn't uniformly
raise temperatures everywhere. That is reflected in the theory, in the
models, and by actual observation.

And if you utilized high quality information sources, you'd know that
when extreme cold occurs, it is often explained in the context of
global warming.
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Old July 26th 18, 02:20 PM posted to sci.astro.amateur
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Default Mars has sub-surface water. Notice how these stories alwaysbreak when interest is on the wane?

And if you utilized high quality information sources, you'd know that
when extreme cold occurs, it is often explained in the context of
global warming.


Well, yeah. But it's so much easier to say 'gee it's cold a day or two' ergo no climate change, data be damned. Don't expect people to think.

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Old July 26th 18, 02:21 PM posted to sci.astro.amateur
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Default Mars has sub-surface water. Notice how these stories alwaysbreak when interest is on the wane?

On Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at 6:18:31 PM UTC-5, RichA wrote:
Believe it if you like.


Well yeah dude. I mean it's not as though for the first time ever there is an ESA orbiter with instruments that can actually collect necessary data to inform the sceince. A great conspiracy is just way more sensible.
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Old July 26th 18, 06:20 PM posted to sci.astro.amateur
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Default Mars has sub-surface water. Notice how these stories alwaysbreak when interest is on the wane?

It is perhaps one of the most identifiable responses in all nature as the planet turns once each 24 hour day -

https://www.yr.no/place/United_State...r_by_hour.html

The underdeveloped adults pushing modeling as 'global warming' have no interest whatsoever in planetary temperatures and their daily and annual responses to the dual rotations, whether the daily one above or the annual responses -

http://www.weather-guide.com/data/We...er-Weather.png

The modeling that has crippled observational astronomy has spread to Earth sciences and especially temperature responses. The cretins that try to invoke a separation between the appearance of the Sun and stars each day via planetary rotation even though their appearance in turn represent a seamless observation with each rotation have weakened the part of the mind which deals with long term dynamics and their effects for nothing other than pseudo-intellectual concerns.

'Global warming' and its variants are a product of dysfunctional academic minds regardless how prevalent the whole scheme is, its underpinnings are so crude that it is actually a sign of intelligence to notice that the conclusion was arrived at first and information poured into supporting the conclusion.

Men of stature are hard to find these days.





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Old July 26th 18, 10:44 PM posted to sci.astro.amateur
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Default Mars has sub-surface water. Notice how these stories alwaysbreak when interest is on the wane?

On Thursday, July 26, 2018 at 11:20:20 AM UTC-6, Gerald Kelleher wrote:

Men of stature are hard to find these days.


Scientific studies have proved that people today are several inches taller than
people in the Middle Ages on average, thanks to improved nutrition.

In other words, no one has taken you seriously, because, as yet, you have failed
to demonstrate that you have anything worth taking seriously.

John Savard
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Old July 26th 18, 11:24 PM posted to sci.astro.amateur
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Default Mars has sub-surface water. Notice how these stories always break when interest is on the wane?

Quadibloc wrote in
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On Thursday, July 26, 2018 at 11:20:20 AM UTC-6, Gerald Kelleher
wrote:

Men of stature are hard to find these days.


Scientific studies have proved that people today are several
inches taller than people in the Middle Ages on average, thanks
to improved nutrition.

In other words, no one has taken you seriously, because, as yet,
you have failed to demonstrate that you have anything worth
taking seriously.

And yet, you continue to dangle on his hook.

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