A few years ago, I wrote about how NASA had announced that there was an "ancient lake bed" on Mars, and that the story - while interesting - was a letdown. Because in fact, NASA had been talking about water on Mars for decades, so why were we all pretending this was new information worthy of an announcement?
Well, finally we can say that there is water on Mars. Because NASA said so. Officially this time.
What can we make of this story? Is NASA really that much more sure about there being water on Mars than they were the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, etc, time they told us about it? Or is this part of a new trend in Disclosure?
After all, Edward Snowden is even getting in on the fun of this movement, hypothesizing about why we haven't had contact with aliens yet - their messages are encrypted. UFOs and aliens are an increasingly trending topic. It seems the world is ripe for Disclosure.