Re: SPACE: Rumors . . .

From: Michael S. Lorrey (
Date: Tue Jun 20 2000 - 10:53:14 MDT

Damien Broderick wrote:
> At 10:50 AM 20/06/00 EDT, Greg fwd'd:
> >I have not found out what the discovery is from my source, Alex
> >Blackwell of the University of Hawaii. From his tone, it must be VERY
> >big.
> Well, Blackwell (or so it seems), sez on
> > Anyone have the scoop, or some informed speculation? Is it successful
> > imaging of MPL or Pathfinder? Volcanism?
> If true, (neither confirming nor denying) one has to tread very
> carefully in this area (embargo policies are taken VERY seriously).
> Alex R. Blackwell
> University of Hawaii
> ===============================
> I doubt it's the secret greys' base under the Face on Mars remnants. Maybe
> they have imaged the recently silent/crashed probe. (But why delay the
> announcement?)

We already know about the weak signals Stanford received that seem to be the
probe signals, and I've seen the pics of purported recent liquid activity in a
volcanic crater....

I think its interesting that they are waiting until the earth is in the farthest
point of conjunction with Mars before making an announcement... what is it we
don't want Mars to receive on our TV and radio broadcasts???? ;)

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