The Furry Moving Rocks of Mars
Updated February 21, 2014
The furry rodent seen scampering between the rocks is from a photo taken by the Caltech-JPL NASA mission to Mars. The JPL people insist that this is a rock, not a squirrel. Is this furry critter telling us that we are being deceived about NASA’s multi-billion dollar mission to Mars?
The “moving rocks” of Mars refers to the “jelly donut” (in right frame) which suddenly appears in the “after” photo taken by the JPL Mars rover. Did someone drop something? Like, maybe a clue to the deceived?
For those who are interested in NASA’s JPL Martian fraud, you will find the following video to be interesting. Remember, deception is the name of their game:
Sources and Recommended Reading:
“Are there Chinchillas on Mars?” by Christopher Bollyn, June 3, 2013
After I posted the “Are there Chinchillas on Mars?” article, Robert D. Pickar, the son of one of the heads of the Caltech/JPL Mars mission wrote to me, asking me to remove it. This led to the following posting in my Q&A and Comment page:
You’re a great journalist who has built up great moral credibility with your pioneering 9-11 research. Your 9-11 research passes technical muster. Your “chinchilla on Mars” posting is a needless, pointless, frivolous distraction that will damage your credibility.
The “chinchilla” is a rock that has features somewhat reminiscent of a chinchilla. It is just like the “Face on Mars” from the 1970’s Viking missions, which were, of course, just a configuration of hills. Unless you can show that the “chinchilla” is moving, or otherwise alive, this posting is enormously damaging and will take away from YEARS of hard-won credibility (you were TASED by police and forced to flee the country!) and reduce you to a “giggle-factor”.
Please remove the posting, or at least mitigate it by saying that it is probably a rock.
Best Regards, Robert
Robert D. Pickar
1157 W. 10th St
San Pedro, CA 90731
Bollyn Responds: This comment comes from Robert Daniel Pickar, the son of Kenneth Arnold Pickar. Kenneth Pickar is a visiting professor at Caltech. Caltech runs the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which operates the Mars mission for NASA. I responded to Robert asking him if his father’s connections to Caltech, the JPL, and NASA have anything to do with his request.
Robert Pickar responded:
Not only did my father, Kenneth Pickar, NOT ask me to write the email to you, he doesn’t know about it, it has NOTHING to do with him, and he will be LIVID with me if he finds out about your post! … I want this to be a productive conversation, and I believe that you are a decent person, so I ask you, will you remove this entirely slanderous and off-base posting about me and my father? What will it require for you to accept that this is in error and must ethically be removed?
I certainly don’t want to slander anyone. I am merely pointing out the fact that the person who asked me to remove the posting about the Mars mission is the son of a professor at the small private research institution that is running the operation. Kenneth Pickar, originally from the Bronx, has had a long career working with companies and institutions that work with NASA. He even worked and taught at the Technion in Haifa, Israel, in the early 1970s. He now lives in the Golden State in a multi-million dollar home in the gated community of Rolling Hills, near Palos Verdes. All of this information comes from his own CV and is not meant be slanderous in any way.
See Ken Pickar’s CV here: http://www.its.caltech.edu/~kpickar/html/Resume_2005.pdf
Kenneth Arnold Pickar of Caltech
A slide from Ken Pickar’s 2010 presentation on Caltech running the Mars mission
Ken Pickar (3rd from left) has close ties to the state of Israel. Here, in December 2006, he visits the Israeli coast with Joseph Shappir, Head of Department of Applied Physics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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