JULY 27, 2015: I was interviewed again about Mars for about 20 minutes again today. This was followed by on hour devoted to the Torah Code. The interviewers were John Moore and Tim Spencer. The interview starts about 5 minutes 35 seconds into the 2+ hour show at http://www.thejohnmooreshow.com/intent/july-27-2015/76. After the interview I answered questions from the listeners about the Torah Code.
JULY 20, 2015: I was interviewed again about Mars for an hour today. This was on The John Moore Show. The interviewer was Tim Spencer. The interview starts about 1 hour 11 minutes into the 2+ hour show at http://www.thejohnmooreshow.com/.
The show is 90 minutes long. Enjoy, and feel free to write in with your questions or commentary to me at email@example.com.
Flash! After my April 30, 2013 radio show, on May 11, 2013 Ashima research and later JPL itself via their Remote Environmental Monitoring Station team reports for MSL caved in to agree with our daylight calculations, and with our demand that wind be listed as N/A rather than 2 m/s from the east. All daylight calculations were revised by JPL and Ashima to be with a minute or two of calculations done by my son and I.
I refer to our 2 others web sites (ArkCode.Com and DavidARoffman.Com) during the interview. However, Arkcode.Com delves heavily into religion and politics – not good for a purely scientific discussion. The second site is my son’s site, and the information that we present here is so controversial that I decided to create a new site at MarsCorrect.Com to distinguish myself from him so as to not have negative impact on his career as a physicist. In particulate I am concerned that what we reveal could affect his chance to land a job in one of our national labs.
I am retired which means that I have more freedom to publish the truth. To be sure, politics (and possibly religion) play major roles in what the Government wants us to know about Mars. I may at times briefly touch on these topics here, but my plan is to try to keep these topics over at ArkCode.com and to limit what is found here to a strict discussion of the instrumentation sent to and data sent back from Mars.
May 25, 2014