LIGHT ON MARS Begs For Investigation; Gets Used To Disappointment

LIGHT ON MARS Begs For Investigation; Gets Used To Disappointment

light-on-mars-2014_640-400

Ok, NASA-PANTS, what is this? What is it, really?

NASA’s Mars “Curiosity” SUV has photographed yet another anomaly, but this is a juicy one: IT GLOWS. Unless it’s some aging and clearly out-of-bounds Peter Gabriel fan either on ‘shrooms and glowing from within or holding up a very large cigarette lighter, we clearly have something to investigate, NASA-pants. Like Vizzini said in, “Princess Bride,”: MOVE THE THING!

Here’s a close-up of the above image:

Light on Mars CLOSE-UP. Whoa. A glowing obelisk! Go get it!

Light on Mars CLOSE-UP. Whoa. A glowing obelisk! Go get it!

Here’s an idea, NASA-pants: turn your overpriced RC toy ON and point it in the direction of the light anomaly and BE CURIOUS. Live. On TV. Go. Do it.

If NASA-pants fails in this simple, “check-it-out” exercise, Da-da votes that we stop having NASA. Open a new research and exploration branch of the people and call it, “STARFLEET.” We’d all join in about 2 seconds. Let that be a lesson to thee, Obamacare.

ADVERTISEMENT

Oh, wait… here’s ANOTHER capitalization moment from a few years ago: another weird white glow-y thing that NASA ignored.

Yet ANOTHER anomaly NASA-pants has ignored.

Yet ANOTHER anomaly NASA-pants has ignored.

Da-da would be ready to snap some NASA geek’s sliderule if they weren’t so damn useful. They “discover” so many things and then either fail to investigate them, blur them out so they’re deniable, or simply tinfoil those of us who see what is plainly some interesting anomaly.

NASA Executive Committee has a "curiosity" meeting.

NASA Executive Committee has a “curiosity” meeting.

What’s your take? Flash us a signal on Facebook, at Twitter, or in the comments below!


MORE GREAT STORIES FROM WEEK IN WEIRD:


Join the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal and get awesome perks!

4 Comments

  1. Coppertop

    04/07/2014 at 5:08 PM

    I don’t know. Those could be anything. But that’s the point, I guess – they could be ANYTHING. Even if there isn’t anything unusual about it, NASA should still investigate.

  2. Red Pill Junkie

    04/07/2014 at 7:30 PM

    Meteor strike?

  3. Jim

    04/09/2014 at 7:29 PM

    It’s an incredibly expensive and delicate mission. I’m sure they have a plan they are sticking to rather than randomly chasing distant dots.

  4. A Man Called Da-da

    04/09/2014 at 8:20 PM

    Uh huh. Da-da’s sure NASA has a plan — of total obfuscation and secrecy, involving keeping the lid on anything a certain elite group of humans think they can make money on, or control the populus with.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Shares