…Another feat of epic worthlessness.
According to thousands of pathetically impressed news sources, NASA has successfully wasted $2.6 billion on a rover that just landed on Mars. That’s right, we sent another robotic spaceship named Curiosity to a desolate planet to investigate dust, sand and other lifeless forms of material that scientists believe used to be lively.
NASA doesn’t expect to find any sources of liquid water, but do believe the planet harbored it at one point. That’s great NASA; thanks for the info.
I know of another deserted place that also used to have water; it’s called the Sahara Desert. Why didn’t we use that $2.6 billion to drill some oil or water out of there? Why are we feeding the curiosity of overpaid and good-for-nothing NASA scientists when there are about 2.6 billion Africans, Indians and Middle Easterners that are starving, thirsty or being massacred by their own countrymen.
NASA has got to be the biggest ponzi scheme in non-Jewish history. How is it possible that this organization continues to get billions in investments every year without ever showing a profit or meaningful return? I don’t care that there used to be water on Mars – I don’t care how old the dust particles are – I don’t care if Jesus walked on water in Mars – show me an alien or stop wasting my time.
Here’s a few examples of how this unbelievable $2.6 billion could have been used better:
The only time it was worth it to send an aircraft to space was when Homer J. Simpson was onboard.