News & opinion on Greater China and the even Greater Beyond: by Biff Cappuccino.

Tuesday, March 01, 2005


With all the news about glaciers and frozen oceans on Mars, one figure has stuck out for me: the dating of the event which froze the oceans is 5 million years plus or minus 2 million. An astronomer who's work I've long taken an interest within (not including his belief that Martian landscapes show evidence of alien intelligence) has an interesting theory which he proposed years ago to explain the present location of Mars and various physical anomolies, all as the result of an event that took place 3.2 million years ago. According to CNN he's apparently been right in his unorthodox prediction of comet and asteroid behavior and characteristics. Worth a look...

C-Span video interview with Michael Fumento author of The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS: How a Tragedy Has Been Distorted by the Media and Partisan Politics. Fumento is an author, journalist, and attorney specializing in science and health issues. He is a science columnist for Scripps-Howard and a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C. Mr. Fumento is the author of several books, including "Science Under Siege," "Polluted Science," and "The Fat of the Land."

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