NASA’s Opportunity rover has found convincing evidence that large quantities of water were once present in at least one location on Mars. “The rocks here were once soaked in liquid water,” said Steve Squyres, principle investigator for the Mars Exploration Rover (MER) mission, referring to the bedrock outcrop near the rover’s landing site in Meridiani Planum.
So that means there’s no water on Mars.
Did NASA lie? Think of the good all that money could have done if not wasted on such an obviously insane mission to a dry, dusty, hostile land. Don’t we have a big enough deficit the way it is, folks? And they just told us there’s no water on Mars.
Evidence suggests that, at some point in Mars’s past, water was present in sufficient quantity to make the region “capable of supporting life as we know it.”
I mean, we know there was water there once. But you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to see that there isn’t any water there now. Maybe there was in the past. Could be wrong about that too, you know. I mean, it’s not like they trucked it off to Jupiter before the rovers landed. It’s very clear. This report says that there’s no water on Mars.
If the space program mattered to the voters, all the headlines would say NO WATER ON MARS.
“Hey! Did you see the pictures last night from the rovers?” “Nope. But I heard there’s no water on Mars.”