NASA Scientist: We Are Close To Finding Life On Mars, But The World Isn’t Prepared

by | Oct 2, 2019 | Headline News | 19 comments

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    A NASA scientist is warning that the agency is getting close to finding life on Mars.  However, he doesn’t think the world is prepared for such a huge leap in this new way of “thinking.”

    “It will start a whole new line of thinking. I don’t think we’re prepared for the results,” said Dr. Jim Green. Dr. Green believes that as two rovers from NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) prepare to embark for Mars next summer, humanity could be overwhelmed by the implications of studies to come. “I’ve been worried about that because I think we’re close to finding it [life on Mars] and making some announcements,” he added.

    Dr. Green, who is the director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division, compared the potential discoveries in Mars to Rennaissance-era astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus’ theory that postulated that the Earth revolves around the Sun, rather than vice-versa. The Copernican model, which is credited with revolutionizing science during the 16th century, earned him the condemnation of the Roman Catholic Church due to the model’s impact on the Church’s doctrines relating to astronomy, according to a report by The Mind Unleashed.

    The ESA’s ExoMars Rover and NASA’s Mars 2020 are set to drill 6.5 feet into the Red Planet’s core to take samples in hopes of finding evidence of life on. The samples collected from Mars will be analyzed on Earth for organic matter.

    The ESA’s ExoMars Rover and NASA’s Mars 2020 are set to drill 6.5 feet into the Red Planet’s core to take samples in hopes of finding evidence of life on. “What happens next is a whole new set of scientific questions. Is that life like us? How are we related? Can life move from planet-to-planet or do we have a spark and just the right environment and that spark generates life – like us or not like us – based on the chemical environment that it is in?” Green pondered.



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      1. Noone is able to reproduce any of their claims, at will, while telling us they have a monopoly on absolute truth.

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        What if your version of logic was accessible as white sugar and cigarettes.

        • This article is another useless waste of digital space. This has zero impact on anybody reading this article. Just more drool for nobodies.

          Oh just throw billions for a study to see if asteroids have sex in space and will reproduce more mini asteroids. Throw a trillion at it. Come on tax payers buck up another trillion for an dumb illusion.

      2. I spent many years in the very academic world of Astronomy. Biggest bunch of stark raving atheists you could ever come across. Their search for alien life is “fanatical”. The idea that we may be the only sophisticated life forms within the area we can observe or contact within a reasonable period of time is antithetical to them.
        The Euclidean space that makes up the physical world we know of and by it’s physical laws really limits us. The observable universe is by consensus ~13 billion years old.
        The nearest star to our solar system is 4 years away at the speed of light. It will take 1950’s television another ~99,930 years to get to other side of our own Galaxy. Take a guess how long for those shows to get to Andromeda the nearest galaxy to us. My Astronomy mentors assert everything came from elemental Hydrogen, which magically appeared from where?
        If there is life that can “fold” space, or “Warp” it to traverse these great distances quickly, they are sophisticated enough to destroy us and have not done it yet. I don’t think they are flying around observing us.
        I happen to believe I’m created in the Image of God. I presume this scientifically is DNA. I haven’t seen proof DNA just randomly “appeared” from elemental Hydrogen. I don’t believe our observable universe just “appeared”.
        I honestly encourage all Earth’s liberals to go to Mars.
        The Sun will kill you so we don’t have to.

        • Check out Dr. Steven Greer’s “Disclosure Project”.

          • JM,
            From the good Dr.
            “There’s no question that extraterrestrial civilizations do exist, that some UFOs are real ET spaceships, and that aliens walk among us. However, the US and UK governments, as well as their various co-conspirators, have systematically used this reality to advance their own nefarious agenda to control of humankind.”

            Pardon me if I don’t find this very compelling. One of the hardest lessons I learned as an engineer, is perceptions are far more persuasive than facts and data. I made my living doing the “right thing” designing things that worked with minimal failure possibility (one part in a trillion) but deceiving the people paying for it(managers).

          • They will never necessarily ask to be taken to your leader; a lowly person is qualified enough.

        • r said, “The Euclidean space that makes up the physical world we know of and by it’s physical laws really limits us.”

          The ancients believed that Euclidean space was tessellated by regular polyhedra, called Platonic solids.

          Each shape was supposed to represent one of the philosophical elements — for instance, earth, wind, fire, etc.

          I thought of organic (oil) chemists, saying their job is to fit shapes together. Structure is expressed in the form of dashes or line segments, on a flat piece of paper. Oil will not be produced in my state, now.

          When asked to plot the shortest distance, on x/y axes, topographers fold a piece of paper in half and shove a pencil through it, too inelegantly. It feels like watching a chimp, that can do human chores.

          r said, “My Astronomy mentors assert everything came from elemental Hydrogen, which magically appeared from where?”

          The Big Bang Theory used to have somewhat more detail, than the reality tv building collapse. They believed in a moment of inertia, a circular motion, becoming an ellipse…

          Actually, this a religion:
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          Why bother to name city streets after these historical figures, put them in textbooks, then give a degenerate version of their truth, commanding the plebs to appear for this, day after day, and indebting them for life.

        • I agree with you 100%
          We are from a Creator
          This obsession with space is nothing but a distraction. Nothing proven. NASA images all rendered by artists. Lost tech that bought us to the moon. All a BS game they play… I don’t believe it for a second.

      3. This is such nonsense. We are on a tiny planet in an insignificant galaxy surrounded by uncounted galaxies. Of course there is life out there.

        And I bet you 50 cents that the majority of people will probably yawn and then go about their business when life from somewhere else is announced (like the martian meteorite found in Antarctica).

      4. How can you be “close to finding life”? That’s like saying “I almost saw a bear.”

      5. NASA is being incredibly hubristic. “We’re close to finding life on Mars” makes the fundamental error of, as an attorney would say, “assuming facts not in evidence.” They’re starting from the assumption that life either exists on Mars presently or did at some time in the past and then saying that they’re “close to finding it.” How? The only way to know if it exists now or in the past is to actually find evidence of it and you can’t know how close you are until you actually find it. This is pure propaganda doubletalk, a technique of which NASA is an acknowledged expert. NASA lives and dies by funding which is, in turn, dependent on how much PR and feelgood bullscheiss they can generate for their political masters. This all comes down to, “We’re close, so give us a few gigabucks and we’ll get even closer!”

      6. NASA. Going nowhere since 1958.

      7. God or god with or without capital depends upon if you’re my religion or yours is always from the sky. Wonder why that commonality exists across the globe in diverse cultures? The universe is infinite. It’s illogical to me to believe that we can be the only life and therefore the only intelligent life. Technology? We didn’t have radio 120 years ago: We’re just scratching the surface. Destroy us? Why? Primitive savages destroy, the advanced build. We’re primitive both technologically and social politically. We’re two apes looking in the sky absolutely knowing that those aircraft that fly are living beings because we know that no machine can fly and interestingly we don’t really understand what a machine is.

        • So well said Kevin. I agree 100 percent.

        • This is how I know you know little and less. If you can’t understand worldly things, how could you understand heavenly things.

      8. I have been prepared for life on Mars since 1963, when I watched the first episode of “My Favorite Martian” staring Ray Walston and Bill Bixby!

      9. oh you mean like the evidence for Lucy..the supposedly missing link human ancestor…or Java Man?….a few shards of bones proven to be from a wild pig, or bones from different sedimentary levels and spaced out by many metres in between each so called piece of evidence.
        This announcement is just a pretext for when they announce that they have “found” some planted or fake items.

      10. I have photos of thousands of buildings and palaces on mars on asteroids,etc. Look and youll see. Its covered in stuff.
        All we get told is LIES.

      11. Asteroids are ships.
        Take a closer look
        Open your calcified mind
        This is a slow release program to not frighten the life out of the sheeple who will probably not handle the truth and go crazy looting and stealing tvs in confusion

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