NASA Book: Aliens From Outer Space Might Have Created Ancient Rock Art
There is nothing that moonbattery can’t reduce to uselessness. NASA under the leadership of Obama appointee Charles Bolden is a case in point. The same agency that was the first to put men on the moon has been reduced to Islamic outreach and producing cartoonish socialist propaganda. Lest anyone wonder what it even has to do with outer space anymore, the increasingly farcical taxpayer-funded agency has released a new book entitled Archeology, Anthropology, and Interstellar Communication. The book is of more use than the Islamic outreach program — at least it produces some hearty laughs:
In one section, for example, William Edmondson from the University of Birmingham considers the possibility that rock art on Earth is of extraterrestrial origin.
‘We can say little, if anything, about what these patterns signify, why they were cut into rocks, or who created them,’ he writes.
‘For all intents and purposes, they might have been made by aliens.’
Uh huh. Or by Elvis Presley, who might have been conducted back through time by the aliens — or maybe by the Muslims, with one of their imaginary contributions to science that the conspicuously witless Bolden has yammered about.
That is at least more believable than thinking aliens could master space travel, but couldn’t produce art any more sophisticated than Stone Age cave drawings.
Meanwhile, our Russian adversaries are cutting us off from space, which they are able to do because they still have a space program run by grownups and we don’t.
On a tip from Ben S. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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