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(Bubblews)   UFOlogist Scott Waring loves bashing NASA for withholding the truth about alien life, and in his latest Mars video he claims to find ancient structur... Holy Fark... Is that the Millennium Falcon???   (bubblews.com) divider line 101
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2013-06-19 07:22:29 AM  
I think dog butt jesus is a lot closer match.
 
2013-06-19 07:26:12 AM  
Is it too soon to discuss retard viewing NASA footage regulation?
 
2013-06-19 07:27:33 AM  
Congratulations, you found a crater! NASA will have a gold star for your forehead in the mail within the fortnight.
 
2013-06-19 07:29:08 AM  
That was easily the dumbest thing I've I read this morning, and very possibly this week and maybe even this month. I want my two minutes back.
 
2013-06-19 07:30:51 AM  
The "Luke Skywalker-type dwelling" is nine miles in diameter. Sooo....

The knob is himself shocked by this fact--but he thought he would make a video before his research was complete.

I'd rather have NASA hiding things from us than YouTubers revealing derp for us.
 
2013-06-19 07:31:48 AM  
So is he calling George Lucas an alien in disguise and all those stories are just his planets history?!?!
 
2013-06-19 07:32:36 AM  
From the TFA: "Of course, this thing is more than five miles long, but can anyone really know how big the Star Wars ship really was?"

Well Wookiepedia says it's 34.37 meters, and I ask who among us can argue with an authority like that?
 
2013-06-19 07:34:10 AM  
Otto got high and plowed  the school bus into the red planet.

Bart not available for questioning.

Lisa was at band practice.
 
2013-06-19 07:34:49 AM  
Looks like a Defiant class vessel to me.

/let the fan boy war begin!
 
2013-06-19 07:34:58 AM  
Looks like a streetlight to me.

/or maybe a weather balloon
 
2013-06-19 07:35:13 AM  
Meh, the Millennium Falcon at the bottom of the ocean is FAR more impressive.

This dude needs a new hobby, this one makes him look like a moron.

I want to know when NASA is going to address the rock that looks like a lizard in Sedona, it seems like dealing with the controversy at home is a more pressing issue. Mars can come later.
 
2013-06-19 07:38:00 AM  
I deskpalmed....
 
2013-06-19 07:39:04 AM  
It's a giant oatmeal cookie.
 
2013-06-19 07:40:14 AM  
I wonder in which of those structures the "Cat Queen" resides?
 
2013-06-19 07:43:31 AM  
 
2013-06-19 07:45:51 AM  
What the hell is an aluminum falcon?!?
 
2013-06-19 07:50:15 AM  

elkboy: Yes, but how do you explain THIS???


You can't explain that.
 
2013-06-19 07:51:54 AM  
img.fark.net
Nuff said.
 
2013-06-19 07:55:59 AM  
People who think aliens visited/are visiting our solar system don't really comprehend how big the universe is.

/same goes for people who think any universal creator would be interested in the behavior of humans
 
2013-06-19 07:59:20 AM  
i.chzbgr.com

/oblig.
 
2013-06-19 07:59:24 AM  
It's a hole partially filled with Martian rat shiat.
 
2013-06-19 08:00:10 AM  
Did I just seriously watch this crazy bastard measure some goddamn craters on Mars while mumbling about how 'they' took away details because 'they' don't want 'us' to know? Holy hell.
 
2013-06-19 08:00:14 AM  

Kristoph57: What the hell is an aluminum falcon?!?


It is a recyclable bird, but that's not important right now.
 
2013-06-19 08:00:27 AM  
That's the indentation from where I teabagged Mars.
 
2013-06-19 08:00:57 AM  
It's a god-awful small affair, to the girl with the mousey hair
 
2013-06-19 08:00:58 AM  
That big yellow circle and the even bigger red circle don't look right.
 
2013-06-19 08:03:29 AM  
Shouldn't it be called Google Mars?
 
2013-06-19 08:03:40 AM  

biglew99: [i.chzbgr.com image 480x360]

/oblig.


It's a mug that you use to drink a Maltese Falcon, a type of beer.
 
2013-06-19 08:04:09 AM  
What a dumbass, as if the Adeptus Mechanicum would put up with that shiat.
 
2013-06-19 08:04:16 AM  
Why do newspapers/blogs/websites/etc give any credence to people like this?  They use phrases like "his research".

What research, exactly, is that?  He didn't sent a satellite to Mars - at best he's looking at hundreds or thousands of images  and cherry picking those that kind-of-sort-of-maybe-if-you-have-a-shot-of-vodka-for-breakfast look like they could have been something once, without even taking the scale of the object into mind.

Instead they should be saying "CHECK OUT THIS WACKJOB!"
 
2013-06-19 08:04:32 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: People who think aliens visited/are visiting our solar system don't really comprehend how big the universe is.

/same goes for people who think any universal creator would be interested in the behavior of humans


People who don't think aliens have visited us have been conned by the crooks selling materialist reductionism as a religion.
 
2013-06-19 08:05:33 AM  
Biglew99- What the hell is an aluminum falcon?

Came for this.


Leaving satisfied.
 
2013-06-19 08:06:00 AM  

Sharksfan: Why do newspapers/blogs/websites/etc give any credence to people like this?  They use phrases like "his research".

What research, exactly, is that?  He didn't sent a satellite to Mars - at best he's looking at hundreds or thousands of images  and cherry picking those that kind-of-sort-of-maybe-if-you-have-a-shot-of-vodka-for-breakfast look like they could have been something once, without even taking the scale of the object into mind.

Instead they should be saying "CHECK OUT THIS WACKJOB!"


That's why we have Fark.
 
2013-06-19 08:06:14 AM  
I thought the headline said "UFIAologist" and was very confused.
 
2013-06-19 08:08:38 AM  
In an infinite universe the chance the we have been visited by another species of intelligent life not borne of this planet is the same as the chance that we haven't been visited.

In a finite universe the chance that we have been found and visited by other life is considerably lower, though still entirely probable.
 
2013-06-19 08:09:51 AM  
As a certified ESPN Brackeologist, I can assure you that UFOlogist is a real science.
 
2013-06-19 08:12:47 AM  
What an idiot.

Those are obviously crop circles.
 
2013-06-19 08:14:57 AM  
Wow.  Pretty big fail there.  Looks like dude discredited himself.  Maybe this will keep him quiet for a while.
 
2013-06-19 08:16:23 AM  

kimmygibblershomework: Wow. Pretty big fail there. Looks like dude discredited himself. Maybe this will keep him quiet for a while


I turn 40 in a month.  As such I'm way too jaded at this point to think you will be right about that.

Maybe when I was 20...
 
2013-06-19 08:21:13 AM  
If I were NASA trying to conceal hidden objects on Mars, the first thing I would do is give all the photography to Google to disseminate in as easy a method as possible to the public.
 
2013-06-19 08:22:30 AM  

DubtodaIll: In an infinite universe the chance the we have been visited by another species of intelligent life not borne of this planet is the same as the chance that we haven't been visited.

In a finite universe the chance that we have been found and visited by other life is considerably lower, though still entirely probable.


Well either we are all alone as intellegent life in the universe or we aren't, both are equally terrifying prospects.
 
2013-06-19 08:22:48 AM  
The Aluminum Dalkon?
 
2013-06-19 08:26:10 AM  

Oldiron_79: DubtodaIll: In an infinite universe the chance the we have been visited by another species of intelligent life not borne of this planet is the same as the chance that we haven't been visited.

In a finite universe the chance that we have been found and visited by other life is considerably lower, though still entirely probable.

Well either we are all alone as intellegent life in the universe or we aren't, both are equally terrifying prospects.


We're not alone - but why would this terrify you?
 
2013-06-19 08:26:31 AM  

Oldiron_79: DubtodaIll: In an infinite universe the chance the we have been visited by another species of intelligent life not borne of this planet is the same as the chance that we haven't been visited.

In a finite universe the chance that we have been found and visited by other life is considerably lower, though still entirely probable.

Well either we are all alone as intellegent life in the universe or we aren't, both are equally terrifying prospects.


I've always been partial to the idea that we actually are the first intelligent life to occur anywhere in the universe.  That eventually we will discover that is takes the universe 14 billion years to create the correct conditions for intelligent life to occur.   It's unlikely but completely backed up by all the evidence we have gathered so far.  Sort of like we are the "ancients" that we hear so much about in all of our own science fiction media.  And while we do a lot of farked up things, we also do a lot of incredible things as well.
In all probability this theory is most certainly untrue, but it's just my favorite.
 
2013-06-19 08:28:24 AM  

DubtodaIll: Oldiron_79: DubtodaIll: In an infinite universe the chance the we have been visited by another species of intelligent life not borne of this planet is the same as the chance that we haven't been visited.

In a finite universe the chance that we have been found and visited by other life is considerably lower, though still entirely probable.

Well either we are all alone as intellegent life in the universe or we aren't, both are equally terrifying prospects.

I've always been partial to the idea that we actually are the first intelligent life to occur anywhere in the universe.  That eventually we will discover that is takes the universe 14 billion years to create the correct conditions for intelligent life to occur.   It's unlikely but completely backed up by all the evidence we have gathered so far.  Sort of like we are the "ancients" that we hear so much about in all of our own science fiction media.  And while we do a lot of farked up things, we also do a lot of incredible things as well.
In all probability this theory is most certainly untrue, but it's just my favorite.


We'd be such disappointing ancient for another civilisation to discover the bones of in a billion years.
 
2013-06-19 08:29:20 AM  
How in the fark did this bullshiat get greenlit?

Like seriously... what the hell?  Its painful how obvious of an impact crater that is.

Screw you, fark.
 
2013-06-19 08:30:32 AM  

Bungles: DubtodaIll: Oldiron_79: DubtodaIll: In an infinite universe the chance the we have been visited by another species of intelligent life not borne of this planet is the same as the chance that we haven't been visited.

In a finite universe the chance that we have been found and visited by other life is considerably lower, though still entirely probable.

Well either we are all alone as intellegent life in the universe or we aren't, both are equally terrifying prospects.

I've always been partial to the idea that we actually are the first intelligent life to occur anywhere in the universe.  That eventually we will discover that is takes the universe 14 billion years to create the correct conditions for intelligent life to occur.   It's unlikely but completely backed up by all the evidence we have gathered so far.  Sort of like we are the "ancients" that we hear so much about in all of our own science fiction media.  And while we do a lot of farked up things, we also do a lot of incredible things as well.
In all probability this theory is most certainly untrue, but it's just my favorite.

We'd be such disappointing ancient for another civilisation to discover the bones of in a billion years.


I dunno, we have some pretty impressive accomplishments so far.  Give us another 100,000 years and we might be something.
 
2013-06-19 08:32:35 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: People who think aliens visited/are visiting our solar system don't really comprehend how big the universe is.

/same goes for people who think any universal creator would be interested in the behavior of humans


To be fair, I doubt many (or any) people actually comprehend how big the universe is.

/I sure as hell don't.
//bigger than the biggest big I can big-ly imagine... and then probably a whole lot bigger than that.
 
2013-06-19 08:34:09 AM  

DubtodaIll: Bungles: DubtodaIll: Oldiron_79: DubtodaIll: In an infinite universe the chance the we have been visited by another species of intelligent life not borne of this planet is the same as the chance that we haven't been visited.

In a finite universe the chance that we have been found and visited by other life is considerably lower, though still entirely probable.

Well either we are all alone as intellegent life in the universe or we aren't, both are equally terrifying prospects.

I've always been partial to the idea that we actually are the first intelligent life to occur anywhere in the universe.  That eventually we will discover that is takes the universe 14 billion years to create the correct conditions for intelligent life to occur.   It's unlikely but completely backed up by all the evidence we have gathered so far.  Sort of like we are the "ancients" that we hear so much about in all of our own science fiction media.  And while we do a lot of farked up things, we also do a lot of incredible things as well.
In all probability this theory is most certainly untrue, but it's just my favorite.

We'd be such disappointing ancient for another civilisation to discover the bones of in a billion years.

I dunno, we have some pretty impressive accomplishments so far.  Give us another 100,000 years and we might be something.


But we don't fire telepathic mindbullets.
 
2013-06-19 08:34:10 AM  
 
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