Mike Bara performed yet again on internet radio last friday. This was a 90-min drone-athon on the Inception Network, semi-wittily titled The Stench of Truth. Host/interviewer was Ted Torbich.
Want to guess how much truth Torbich got from Mike? You're right — none. It was all the usual stuff we've heard before. Glass on the Moon is 2x stronger than steel (no it isn't, that's nonsense). There are unmistakable glass towers at Sinus Medii (no, it's crap on Hoagland's scanner glass). Bla bla bla. Paperclip, spire, robot head. Bla bla bla. The reverse of the truth.
A goodly slice of time was spent on the non-existent Daedalus Ziggurat. Bara came right out and called Stuart Robbins a liar, in reference to Robbins' rebuttal of Bara's claims. He said that his critics use personal insults in preference to logical argument, when we all know it's Bara who calls the critics douchebags and morons. Females are called too ugly to reproduce, and males are called homosexual.
None of this is new. One little nugget that was new, was Mike Bara denying that the image showing the ziggurat was originally the work of Terry James, a.k.a. kksamurai. I can refute that very easily. Here's the original:
I got that from Holloworbs. Easy. I believe it dates from around 2000.
Using the wayback machine, Terry James' work can be narrowed down to 1999. On May 4th he published a "coming soon" announcement for this book, to be self-published by Radical Science Publications: