December 22, 2007

From Charles Shults:

Re: Life’s building blocks formed on Mars: study (Dec. 11): I have been researching this subject for years. Here is a short summary of some of the findings. You can verify all of this through the direct links to the NASA/JPL web site. I have also won two lawsuits against NASA and they were ordered to turn over their MER operating guides and image processing guides to me, both of which you can download from my site along with DoD form 254 relating to the JPL.

I hope that you will take the time to check my information completely. I can answer any questions that you might have about the subject. Take note of the fact that neither rover has any type of water sensor, yet this is a “follow the water” mission. They also have no sensors for organic matter of any type, nor do they have sensors for peroxides (which NASA still insists exist in the Martian soil). It is chemically impossible for hydrogen peroxide, the precursor chemical, to exist in the soil of Mars at all. This is due to the presence of iron sulfate (otherwise known as melanterite) at a concentration of as much as 20% of mass. Iron sulfate salt spontaneously and instantly decomposes peroxide on contact.

Isn’t it odd that of all the scientists at NASA, none of them seems to know simple chemistry when it comes to this matter?



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