June 06, 2003
Even More Mars News

Lots of things going on with Mars this week:

The ESA's probe, including the British Beagle rover, launched earlier this week.

The first of NASA's two probe/rover combos should lift off on the 8th.

A new report describes even more strange things geologists have discovered using new thermal imagery.

"Dammit Yurplex, I told you if we blew up one of their stupid probes they'd just send another one. Now look what's happening."

"Bah! Puny humans! They are no match for our technology!"

"Listen you sand turd, we live in a desert. Nobody wants to invade a desert"

"Xpang, haven't you been watching their news channels lately?"


Posted by scott at June 06, 2003 09:29 AM

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No 3: But if we shift the polar ice caps again, won't they notice?
No 2: Don't bother me with details #3, those ugly bags of mostly water aren't watching where everything is or they would have noticed our planet used to rotate with Olympus Mons at our the Equator.
No 1: Ok #2 and #3, those caps can be moved slowly, but we have to move all those fossiles and dwellings so those "humans" won't find them. It'll take some time, but hey we're only about 500 of their years young, but let's wait and see what they do next.

Meanwhile, back on Earth...
Reporter: What do you hope to accomplish this mission.
Lead Scientist: Prove there is, uh, I mean, was life on Mars.

Posted by: Cindy on June 7, 2003 11:37 PM


Posted by: Ren on June 9, 2003 10:57 PM
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