Monday, March 24, 2014

Wrong again, Mike Bara



12 comments:

Chris Lopes said...

I'm surprised Hoagland hasn't tried to sell it as another example of the secret space war yet. You know, where the breakaway civilization (space Nazis) use their HD physics weapon (death ray) to disintegrate the plane in midair just to (wait for it) "send the Earth bound elites a message!!!!" Look for the 3 hour PPT presentation coming to a Ramada Inn near you.

Robert Ghostwolf's Ghost said...

He's probably not done yet. Two weeks ago, he was convinced it was the two Iranians with fake passports.

Robert Ghostwolf's Ghost said...

He's probably not done yet. Two weeks ago, he was convinced it was the two Iranians with fake passports.

FlightSuit said...

I am shocked, shocked I tell you, by the implication that Mike Bara would in any way seek to capitalize upon this tragedy.

Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure they found the plane on the moon - it said so in the Observer or the Inquirer or some newspaper I can't quite remember the name of.

(and I haven't checked out C2C for a while, has Hoagie done any radio shows lately? sounds like his kinda thing?)

expat said...

RCH hasn't appeared on C2C for many months. The go-to guy on science & space these days is Bob Zimmerman. A far better choice in my opinion.

Dee said...

"The Times They Are a-Changin'..."

Oops, wrong Zimmerman I suppose. But if it goes on like this Dork Mission has not much to report any more but master twit MB's fart tweets...

jourget said...

Other than 10 minutes talking with Ken Johnston about Mars One on January 8th of this year and 20 minutes talking Chang'e 3 with John B. Wells on December 14 of 2013, the last time RCH had any significant time on C2C was two hours with George back on November 27. During the last few minutes of that interview, RCH gave George a little passive aggressive snark along the lines of "we'll talk during my next show, which will not be several months away...".

I'm loving the nearly complete RCH shutdown. Wonder if George just got tired of all the Sylvia Browne style blown predictions (Elenin, ISON, etc.), or whether he's upset about him hanging out on Art Bell's show for the few weeks it was on. Too bad it leaves Expat less to blog about, but the sidelining of this charlatan who loves to talk so much is a nice consolation.

Trekker said...

There's no shortage of nutters for Expat to take on. The Parrot on Mars proponent, George Haas, would be a good one.

expat said...

I'm more interested in Robert Morningstar. He describes himself as a scientist on the basis of a psych degree from Fordham. He also describes himself as a specialist in photo interpretation, which is a funny joke since his interpretation of an Apollo 15 pan-cam frame was so off the mark. I blogged about this at the time.

I had to explain to him how to use the ACT-REACT quick map of the Moon.

Chris Lopes said...

I have to agree with Trekker on this, Haas is an interesting subject for discussion. He also likes to present himself as a scientist, even to the point of working years to have his parrot on Mars paper published in a journal that specializes in junk science. Like Hoagie, he's a control freak who will never engage in honest discussion. Basically he has all the ignorance of Mike Bara, but without the charm.

Strahlungs Amt said...

This just in. Uri Geller has a gut feeling about this and wants to help people. Stay tuned....

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