Consensus Reached!

By 1926, our top scientists had proven there is life on Mars

The photographs show that the dark areas in Mars can only be explained by vegetation

08 May 1926 – LIFE ON MARS – Trove

15 Jan 1915 – How the Martians Made Their Canals. – Trove

20 Jan 1901, Page 4 – The Anaconda Standard

TimesMachine: November 10, 1907 –

MARS CANALS FOR DRAINAGE. – German Says They Are to Prevent Floods When Pole Caps Melt.

TimesMachine: August 27, 1911 –

12 Feb 1921, Page 10 – Reading Times

04 Oct 1919, Page 47 – The Winnipeg Tribune

08 Feb 1920, Page 69 – New-York Tribune

TimesMachine: March 26, 1927 –

27 Feb 1928, Page 4 – The Daily Courier

18 Sep 1940, Page 3 – The Hopewell Herald

TimesMachine: June 25, 1950 –

St. Petersburg Times – Google News Archive Search

06 Jun 1965, Page 82 – Express and News

The Southeast Missourian

05 Aug 1998, Page 4 – Clarion-Ledger

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14 Responses to Consensus Reached!

  1. steve case says:

    Straight man, “Why are you snapping your fingers?”
    Comedian, “It keeps the elephants away.”
    Straight man, “There aren’t any elephants around here.”
    Comedian, “See, it works!”

    Martians could have been wiped out by global warming.

  2. CAROL FOSTER says:

    I want whatever these guys are smoking, alright?

    Tony … you should have included the Oxford professor who teaches that aliens are breeding with humans to produce hybrids who will be better equipped to survive global warming.

    I just want to know if the parents of his students know what they’re being taught.

    • GCSquared says:

      The sort of speculation described here falls under the rubric of “crazy ideas” that actually have a place in science. That place is behind closed doors until you thoroughly check them out.

      Relativity says that clocks should slow and rulers shrink when they travel past you near the speed of light. How nuts is THAT?

      On the other hand, other ideas, also kept behind closed doors for a while, are eventually flushed down the commode.

      Climate science just ain’t ready for prime time either, but there’s too much money to resist faking it.

  3. Petit_Barde says:

    Seems that for Young Hae Chi, the NASA and the NYP, Mars Attacks! is a scientific proof that Aliens exist.

    Once science is brought to this level of perfection, everything is settled.

  4. Al Shelton says:

    To me these articles show that the press will print anything to improve sales.
    The same holds true today, only on a much bigger scale through the internet.

  5. Rah says:

    Sales? Perhaps for some but the revisionist history they’re pushing now concerning Anita Hill’s testimony at Clarance Thomas’s confirmation hearing has nothing to do with sales.

  6. Pathway says:

    You can see why people were scared when War of the Worlds came on the radio.

  7. paul courtney says:

    This “life on Mars” stuff clearly is NOT Climate Science. If it were, all the data from the Mars rover indicating “no intelligent life” would need to be adjusted to conform to the consensus shown above. And it goes without saying, the consensus would still be, “martians are superior to puny humans because martians fight climate change.”

  8. ClimateYogi says:

    Like Trump , the Martians did not sign onto the Paris Climate Agreement and with their 95% CO2 atmosphere , fried their planet ……Or perhaps froze it . More computer modeling required !

    • Disillusioned says:

      More computer modeling required !

      Write the paper, tie it to ‘human emissions’ and it’ll sail through pal review faster than you can say fascism.

  9. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Admittedly back then if you lived in Kalgoorlie you might easily think people lived on Mars.

    Kalgoorlie is in a desert and has a great big hole in the middle of it.

    Also the inhabitants would make believable extras for a Mad Max movie. Without makeup.

  10. Johansen says:

    As I noted before, we observe “straight lines” and canals running north & south, and we immediately infer *intelligent design* as the article stated.

    We see a molecular-sized 7,000 RPM rotary turbine, made up of an assemblage of 30-40 protein subunits – all specified, built, shipped, and assembled in the proper sequence and location – with a cam shaft, bearings, mounting bracket, rotor and stator, with the purpose of charging atp batteries for the plant to build glucose units from CO2 skimmed from the atmospheric-reservoir, and we are supposed to shrug it off.

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