Richard C. Hoagland among many other researchers have been saying for years what NASA has just recently and finally admitted; there is strong evidence that water was once on Mars and its conditions would have at one time harbored life. To most people such news is shocking, but to many we are not surprised, as for a few have always “known“. The truth is finally coming to light within the mainstream view. We sure are living in strange times, as everything speeds up, more people are turning onto what is realy going on. This is time wave zero my friends, this is novelty theory at hand. What other revelations will “they” tell us next. Below is an excerpt from BBC article entitled:
Water ‘flowed recently’ on Mars
The finding adds further weight to the idea that Mars might harbour the right conditions for life.
The appearance of gullies, revealed in orbital images from a Nasa probe, suggests that water could have flowed on the surface in the last few years.
But some scientists think these fresh gullies could also have been cut by liquid carbon dioxide (CO2).
The latest research emerged when Nasa’s Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) spacecraft spotted gullies and trenches that scientists believed were geologically young and carved by fast-moving water coursing down cliffs and steep crater walls.
Scientists at the San Diego-based Malin Space Science Systems, who operate a camera aboard MGS decided to retake photos of thousands of gullies in search of evidence for recent water activity.
Two gullies that were originally photographed in 1999 and 2001, and imaged again in 2004 and 2005, showed changes consistent with water flowing down the crater walls, according to the study.
Read the entire BBC article here: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/6214834.stm
Now with all of this comming out and everything else going on, I can’t help but stop and think about Terence McKenna’s Time Wave Zero, Zecharia Sitchin’s Planet X and Nibiru, and most of all Richard C. Hoagland’s Mars, Moon and NASA conspiracy coverup rants frequented on the radio show Coast to Coast AM.