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(The Aquarian)   For people who find that sciencey stuff confusing, here's NASA's Mars mission dumbed down so even your internet friends can understand it. "What It Do: Mars, biatches"   (theaquarian.com ) divider line
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2012-08-15 08:14:41 AM  
mojoimage.com


Huh? Wut?
 
2012-08-15 08:58:22 AM  
img138.imageshack.us
 
2012-08-15 09:07:23 AM  
Aliens? Not only do they exist, but they also are the source of cellphone technology and the source of the president's escape thanks to Bibble, the alien from the Nebulon-5 Galaxy.
 
2012-08-15 10:08:38 AM  
Mars mission explained: Expensive robot sent to find answer to trivia question.
 
2012-08-15 10:21:20 AM  
It's all worth it just to see those barren landscapes and rocks. USA!!!
 
2012-08-15 10:27:56 AM  
cdn.lolomgwtfbbq.com
 
2012-08-15 10:29:42 AM  
Preach it!
 
2012-08-15 10:34:08 AM  
What a great article that I can't share and be taken seriously because of that stupid headline.
 
2012-08-15 10:38:18 AM  
No pictures

farking wall of text

I'll get my mars learning when it appears on the next South Park or Family Guy
 
2012-08-15 10:39:34 AM  
I don't think I have ever seen a headline fail to match an article in this particular way.

Article was thoughtful and well written, but contained no further appearances of 'biatches" or "it do." Must be those punk editors.
 
2012-08-15 10:52:09 AM  
I was expecting an 'easy-to-read' article with simple words for me and my dummy internet friends.
The article lost with me words like incongruous and hegemon.
 
2012-08-15 10:57:20 AM  

canyoneer: Mars mission explained: Expensive robot sent to find answer to trivia question.


The breadth of your understanding of the mission and its implications is breathtaking.

doubled99: It's all worth it just to see those barren landscapes and rocks. USA!!!


The photos are just PR. We (well, the scientific community and enthusiasts) already knew what the surface of Mars -looked- like, but the photos are released mainly for the sake of public interest. The real research (new spectral analysis, etc), hasn't begun yet.
 
2012-08-15 11:08:15 AM  

Evolution2001: The article lost with me words like incongruous and hegemon.


Exactly. Biatches don't "do" 'incongruous.'
 
2012-08-15 11:08:23 AM  
I'm on the Red planet now what it do? (What it do?)
Chromed out, rove wit it what it do? (What it do?)
Lookin' for building blocks of life what it do? (What it do?)
What it do? (What it do?) What it do? (What it do?)
 
2012-08-15 11:16:25 AM  
Apparently it was dumbed down so far that it had to leave out explaining the Mars mission.
 
2012-08-15 11:19:12 AM  
The Bestest SmartestFunniest 2012-08-15 10:57:20 AM


canyoneer: Mars mission explained: Expensive robot sent to find answer to trivia question.

The breadth of your understanding of the mission and its implications is breathtaking.

doubled99: It's all worth it just to see those barren landscapes and rocks. USA!!!

The photos are just PR. We (well, the scientific community and enthusiasts) already knew what the surface of Mars -looked- like, but the photos are released mainly for the sake of public interest. The real research (new spectral analysis, etc), hasn't begun yet.


How was Comic-Con by the way?
 
2012-08-15 11:22:55 AM  

Quotizmo: I'm on the Red planet now what it do? (What it do?)
Chromed out, rove wit it what it do? (What it do?)
Lookin' for building blocks of life what it do? (What it do?)
What it do? (What it do?) What it do? (What it do?)



Taxes takin my whole damn check,
Junkies makin me a nervous wreck,
The price of food is goin up,
An as if all that shiat wasn't enough

And Whitey's on the moon?
 
2012-08-15 11:27:05 AM  

doubled99: How was Comic-Con by the way?


How's your mom?
 
2012-08-15 11:30:01 AM  
tl;dr
 
2012-08-15 11:33:34 AM  
FTA: It's well known that products such as Velcro and the microwave oven have their root in technologies developed for space exploration.

That's where I stopped reading.
 
2012-08-15 11:38:39 AM  
Not to be all about the facts...but

FTA: It's well known that products such as Velcro and the microwave oven have their root in technologies developed for space exploration.

Velcro is a company that produces the first commercially marketed fabric hook-and-loop fastener,[1] invented in 1948 by the Swiss electrical engineer George de Mestral. De Mestral patented Velcro in 1955, subsequently refining and developing its practical manufacture until its commercial introduction in the late 1950s.

Dr. Percy Spencer invented the first microwave oven after World War II from radar technology developed during the war. Named the 'Radarange', it was first sold in 1947. Raytheon later licensed its patents for a home-use microwave oven that was first introduced by Tappan in 1955

Just saying..............
 
2012-08-15 11:51:22 AM  
The Bestest SmartestFunniest 2012-08-15 11:27:05 AM


doubled99: How was Comic-Con by the way?

How's your mom?


She's fine, thanks. Your mom looks a little rough, though.
I'm gonna let her sleep a while more
 
2012-08-15 12:02:46 PM  

canyoneer: Mars mission explained: Expensive robot sent to find answer to trivia question.


doubled99: It's all worth it just to see those barren landscapes and rocks. USA!!!


*gets mop to clean up retard-spill*
 
2012-08-15 12:07:59 PM  
FTA In a short time, possibly even before this piece goes to print, the micro-attention span of the public will have largely turned away from Mars towards whatever new spectacle is trending on Twitter. But it was a nice moment last week, when the nation-and the world-stopped what it was doing and contemplated the universe beyond the blue sky.

I has a sad too, mister journalist.

Perhaps the next mission equipment sent to Mars can be called "Kardashian" or "RealHousewife" and the hype will last longer than a day or two.
 
2012-08-15 12:18:24 PM  
gameshowhost SmartestFunniest 2012-08-15 12:02:46 PM


canyoneer: Mars mission explained: Expensive robot sent to find answer to trivia question.

doubled99: It's all worth it just to see those barren landscapes and rocks. USA!!!

*gets mop to clean up retard-spill*


Try holding a towel under your mouth while you read. That will help.
And never forget...You're special!
 
2012-08-15 12:18:44 PM  
disinfo.s3.amazonaws.com
/f*ckin magnets, what it do
 
2012-08-15 12:24:47 PM  

Mi-go amigo: Evolution2001: The article lost with me words like incongruous and hegemon.

Exactly. Biatches don't "do" 'incongruous.'


dl.dropbox.com
 
2012-08-15 01:37:43 PM  
"Incongruous Hegemon" would be a great ALT name, imho.
 
2012-08-15 02:42:34 PM  

JohnCarter: Not to be all about the facts...but

FTA: It's well known that products such as Velcro and the microwave oven have their root in technologies developed for space exploration.

Velcro is a company that produces the first commercially marketed fabric hook-and-loop fastener,[1] invented in 1948 by the Swiss electrical engineer George de Mestral. De Mestral patented Velcro in 1955, subsequently refining and developing its practical manufacture until its commercial introduction in the late 1950s.

Dr. Percy Spencer invented the first microwave oven after World War II from radar technology developed during the war. Named the 'Radarange', it was first sold in 1947. Raytheon later licensed its patents for a home-use microwave oven that was first introduced by Tappan in 1955

Just saying..............


Yep...that's why I stopped reading the article. Surprised he didn't say TANG was invented for the space program just to have a triple-play of inaccuracy.
 
2012-08-15 02:44:09 PM  

doubled99: gameshowhost SmartestFunniest 2012-08-15 12:02:46 PM


canyoneer: Mars mission explained: Expensive robot sent to find answer to trivia question.

doubled99: It's all worth it just to see those barren landscapes and rocks. USA!!!

*gets mop to clean up retard-spill*

Try holding a towel under your mouth while you read. That will help.
And never forget...You're special!


www.the-joke-box.com
 
FNG [TotalFark]
2012-08-15 04:53:43 PM  

JohnCarter: Not to be all about the facts...but

FTA: It's well known that products such as Velcro and the microwave oven have their root in technologies developed for space exploration.

Velcro is a company that produces the first commercially marketed fabric hook-and-loop fastener,[1] invented in 1948 by the Swiss electrical engineer George de Mestral. De Mestral patented Velcro in 1955, subsequently refining and developing its practical manufacture until its commercial introduction in the late 1950s.

Dr. Percy Spencer invented the first microwave oven after World War II from radar technology developed during the war. Named the 'Radarange', it was first sold in 1947. Raytheon later licensed its patents for a home-use microwave oven that was first introduced by Tappan in 1955

Just saying..............


Thank you. I'm all for space exploration and discovery, but geez. The writer doesn't know how search engines work?
 
2012-08-15 05:01:07 PM  

FNG: JohnCarter: Not to be all about the facts...but

FTA: It's well known that products such as Velcro and the microwave oven have their root in technologies developed for space exploration.

Velcro is a company that produces the first commercially marketed fabric hook-and-loop fastener,[1] invented in 1948 by the Swiss electrical engineer George de Mestral. De Mestral patented Velcro in 1955, subsequently refining and developing its practical manufacture until its commercial introduction in the late 1950s.

Dr. Percy Spencer invented the first microwave oven after World War II from radar technology developed during the war. Named the 'Radarange', it was first sold in 1947. Raytheon later licensed its patents for a home-use microwave oven that was first introduced by Tappan in 1955

Just saying..............

Thank you. I'm all for space exploration and discovery, but geez. The writer doesn't know how search engines work?


...
but .. but .. tang?
 
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