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Gerald Ford: Intergalactic War Criminal?

How long will it be before Human (er….Martian) Rights Watch and Amnesty International (er…Galactical) approach the judges at The Hague to begin proceedings to put Gerald Ford on trial posthumously for Martian genocide? 

NASA Found Life On Mars, And Killed It – CNN.com

Two NASA space probes that visited Mars 30 years ago may have found alien microbes on the Red Planet and inadvertently killed them, a scientist is theorizing.

The Viking space probes of 1976-77 were looking for the wrong kind of life, so they didn’t recognize it, a geology professor at Washington State University said.

Schulze-Makuch acknowledges he can’t prove that Martian microbes exist, but given the Martian environment and how evolution works, “it makes sense.”

To a scientist, I suppose a unicorn makes sense too?

Anyway, this is of course further proof to the Wacko Left that America is an evil nation and out to spread death and destruction across the galaxies…. and the War on Terror is just a cover for it.

Already, the loons are commenting as such…

January 8th, 2007 at 01:37:15

From: bush monkey

Great,now that we wiped out life on mars bush can send halliburton there to steal the oil.

Gerald Ford:  Intergalactic War Criminal!   Impeach him in Heaven!

-Bruce (GayPatriot)

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3 Comments

  1. Ha! Good one Bruce. It’s easier to hate and lash out at the reasonable (Gerald Ford) knowing he won’t make you pay for your derogatory opinion with a slit throat.

    Comment by Patrick — January 8, 2007 @ 10:40 pm - January 8, 2007

  2. Viking didn’t do it. It’s the Martian warming that Bush caused.

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — January 9, 2007 @ 5:29 am - January 9, 2007

  3. I remember reading and learning about this experiment as a kid in science class.

    I remember my teacher explained that the tests were designed to look for chemical evidence of life, not life itself. So it involved scooping up some soil and subjecting it to several chemical solutions and heat to look for organic reactions or something like that. I guess that if you heat up earth soil to a high temprature, the organic materials in it will burn or exude some sort of identifiable substance, like carbon or something.

    But one thing I remember him saying was that if a earth frog had crawled into this machine and the soil sample, and all those test were performed on it (killing the frog in the process), the machine literally wouldn’t be able to detect that frog.

    The general gist of his point was that these experiments were pretty crude, considering that they were carried out with 1970’s robotic technology, on another planet and no chance to carry out multiple tests to refine the data.

    Comment by EFG — January 9, 2007 @ 6:43 pm - January 9, 2007

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