October 11, 2014

Nasa Chief Says "Life Once Existed On Mars, And May Still Have Life! Oct 9, 2014 UK Interview, UFO Sighting News.

Date of announcement: October 9, 2014
Location of announcement: England
Source of announcement: ITV News, UK

NASA Chief Charles Bolden states "It is a planet, sister planet, to Earth. It is the most likely planet in our solar system, um, that had life at one time...may have life now." This is the first ever announcement by NASA that life DID EXIST on Mars! That is a massive victory for Astrobiologists and UFOlogists around the globe. Bolden admits that NASA knows Mars once had life on it.
Bolden then went on to say that Mars may still have life on it, but did you notice his hesitation. He hesitated when he began saying the part, "...may have life now." He even squinted his eyes and cringed (right side) as if it hurt him to say it. Deep down inside he was dying to tell the world and finally allowed himself to slip it out to the public. Yes, I have a masters degree in counseling, so I am very aware of his non verbal communication. 

This is such a monumental announcement that it should be placed in history books around the world. The day NASA announced life existed on Mars. Oct 9, 2014...remember that date. SCW




10 comments:

  1. Slow disclosure Scott. Good post. Streetcap1.

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  2. Heard this statement on local news in LA from a nasa spokesman.I was surprized to hear it but, I'm sure it went over peoples heads.Besides, most people think life was or is on mars anyways ,no shock there! Don't remember the spokesman,it was when the satelite arrived and went into orbit!

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  3. The video is not available anymore !

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    1. Sorry, someone took it down. I replaced it and will continue to replace it every time its taken down.

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  4. The video is not available anymore !

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  5. There's a lot happening on Mars and not know anything.

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  6. Did everyone miss the part where he said Mars can sustain life?

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  7. Since my comment of a few days ago was not posted, in the interests of collegial discussion, I'll try again...

    "It is the most likely planet in our solar system, um, that had life at one time...may have life now."

    The words 'most likely' do not at all, and cannot be, construed as meaning 'did' have life. It is a statement of a probability (albeit less than 1.0).

    You have some very interesting material on this site (and I appreciate your efforts), but in this instance, a simple sentence has been blown well and truly out of reference.

    You mention "I have a masters degree in counseling, so I am very aware of his non verbal communication." The problem is, you have misinterpreted the verbal, and in a way that I would not normally expect from one holding the degree you refer to.

    My comment is not meant as an attack. If you wish people to take your site seriously, though, you might be a little more careful with posts such as this.

    Perhaps you'll post this (well-meaning) comment?

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