Bill Nye discusses Mars anomalies

Bill Nye (yes, the science guy) was on CBS This Morning on August 28th, 2012 and further expressed his views that Creationism (the belief that God created humans) isn’t appropriate for children because we need to have our children learn the laws of science so that we can keep performing missions similar to the NASA Mars rover in the future.

What I find funny is that the media is a-buzz about this “controversial” stance, but they’ve neglected to discuss an observation Nye made regarding some findings on Mars the could have huge repercussions.

“There was a formation on Mars that if it happened on Earth, you’d expect it to be tectonic plates. Well, Mars doesn’t have that right now, so we don’t know how this formation came about. The other thing that I’m very excited about is methane. This would be natural gas, the stuff you burn in your stove or swamp gas. There’s some of it on Mars. Where did it come from? Where does it come from? Why didn’t it break down? Nobody knows. So, there are discoveries to be made in the next few weeks and months. It’s very exciting. And by the way, nobody else in the world can land spacecraft on Mars. NASA’s unique in this way. We do not want to lose that capability, everybody.”


Right there he says there are some anomalies on Mars that don’t make sense, could they be signs of previous life on Mars? Could the controversial scholar Immanuel Velikovsky be correct with his predictions in Worlds in Collision from 1950? He believed there were catastrophies on Earth, Venus, and Mars due to close contacts in the past, based on ancient texts and legends.

Here’s the viral video that sparked all of the Bill Nye controversy:

I like how much weight these upset parents are giving to Nye. I don’t think dude is even on television anymore. Besides, Facebook and cell phone sexting will bring your precious children to Satan much quicker than Bill Nye ever could, so take it easy.



Author: Isaac Weishaupt

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