Thursday, January 18, 2007

In 50 years we'll all have plenty of sand to stick our heads in

Well, well, well. Look who's it at it again. None other than that caterwauling collection of commies known as the National Academies of Science, who announced earlier this week that budget cuts to NASA earth science programs are seriously endangering global climate change study, with the Bush Administration designating more of NASA's budget for a manned Mars mission. And the Washington Post -- coughliberalragcough -- is still bitching about it today.

The usual suspects -- I spit on you!

This is just the kind of thing that makes me want to shoot these messengers square in their double-sided mouths. Because this is a matter of priorities, people. Priorities. After all, what is more important to you -- Earth science, or Mars science? Are you staying on Earth with your witchcrafting buddies, or are you coming to Mars with the Bush administration? Think about that for a second.

But before you think about that, think about this: I hear they have mighty fruit trees on Mars the size of smokestacks, and instead of water, the rivers are filled with chicken fries! The Mars mission will make us all believe again. And who doesn't want that? (communists.)

Plus, the less we hear about global warming, the better. Hey, I'm no scientician. I just want to go to work, eat cheeseburgers, and watch My Super Sweet 16 in HDTV. Is that so wrong? All those activists and leaders need to leave me alone -- let's see
Congress take action and bother us all with this when there's no more NASA data to cite! And we're on Mars! See how it all comes around?

What, you actually listen to so-called "experts" like this guy, who say
a manned Mars mission is next to impossible with current technology? Sounds like a certain communist should take it easy on the sauce, eh? And what the hell is JPL anyway? Not impressed.

Anyway, *if* our planet ever becomes a desert, we'll be on Mars, eating chicken fries straight from the rivers. Right? And then you'll be sorry, National Academies of Science and cohorts. But meanwhile, leave this guy out of it. I have more important things to worry about.

National Academies of Science
Cutbacks Impede Climate Studies [Washington Post]
Editorial: Martian Logic [Washington Post]
Global Warming Comes to DC [San Francisco Chronicle]
Why 2040 is the earliest NASA can hope to send humans to the Red Planet [The Space Review]

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1 comment:

john_stewart said...

scientician. thats money. im lmao ova heeah.