Sunday, January 22, 2012

Veteran astronaut says monolith is on Mars moon

Tiny Phobos orbits red planet every 7 hours

Spaced out? Relax. It's not over until it's over, as Yogi Berra said.

Remember Apollo Astronaut Buzz Aldrin? He went to the Moon, saw strange things, cold-cocked a dude on TV who bothered to ask him if the moon shots were not really enacted on a sound stage?

Well, he's back and this time he says NASA is wasting money on Moon exploration when the Mars moon of Phobos, which is Greek for fear, is the site of a mysterious monolith similar to the one foretold in Arthur C. Clarke's tale, “2001: A Space Odyssey,” the story so ably filmed by Stanley Kubrick.

Said Mr. Aldrin, “Who put it there? The Universe...God, if you will...” Dig this:

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