So, Water on Mars, Huh?

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 26, 2018

Honestly, every space discovery just makes me angry.

Because we are not spending money on making my space dreams come true. We are spending money on transsexual transformations and welfare for Somalian animals.

We are spending money on insane, nonsensical provocations of Russia – the one other country that has actually shown itself to be proficient in space exploration, and which we could be working with to build colonies on the Moon and Mars.

So for me, looking at space discoveries is like a eunuch looking at nubile naked women.


Researchers have found evidence of an existing body of liquid water on Mars.

What they believe to be a lake sits under the planet’s south polar ice cap, and is about 20km (12 miles) across.

Previous research found possible signs of intermittent liquid water flowing on the martian surface, but this is the first sign of a persistent body of water on the planet in the present day.

Lake beds like those explored by Nasa’s Curiosity rover show water was present on the surface of Mars in the past.

However, the planet’s climate has since cooled due to its thin atmosphere, leaving most of its water locked up in ice.

The result is exciting because scientists have long searched for signs of present-day liquid water on Mars, but these have come up empty or yielded ambiguous findings. It will also interest those studying the possibilities for life beyond Earth – though it does not yet raise the stakes in the search for biology.

The discovery was made using Marsis, a radar instrument on board the European Space Agency’s (Esa) Mars Express orbiter.

“It’s probably not a very large lake,” said Prof Roberto Orosei from the Italian National Institute for Astrophysics, who led the study.

Marsis wasn’t able to determine how thick the layer of water might be, but the research team estimate that it is a minimum of one metre.

“This really qualifies this as a body of water. A lake, not some kind of meltwater filling some space between rock and ice, as happens in certain glaciers on Earth,” Prof Orosei added.

To be clear – more clear than most of the media – they have not proved that there is liquid water on Mars.

They suspect it, based on pictures that look like this.

But they do seem relatively confident.

But again – what difference does it make right now?

Are we going to send suicidal, insane trannies and 69 IQ niggers into space? Are we ever going to have enough money for these programs while paying for these sorts of undesirables?

Are we instead going to have a world war with our natural ally, Russia?

You would think that the nerdy types would develop a fascist mentality, realizing that this is the only way we are going to get anywhere.

Trump has done some reaching out to the nerdy hard science types. But he needs to do more of it. He needs liaisons and emissaries to these communities. He needs to make it clear: “look, there is only so much money. Trannies, immigrants, feminism, insane random wars for Jews – this is all very expensive. If we want to do the futurism thing, we need to tighten up this ship and we need to do it quickly.”

Chris Langan, the man with the 200 IQ (highest known in the world) is a Trump-supporter.

Maybe send him to talk to these people?