NASA To Make Major Announcement On Monday


(NaturalNews) We live in strange times, and many things are afoot that challenge our assumptions about our world (and worlds beyond).

Recently in California, an entire lake vanished overnight, leaving thousands of fish flopping on dry land. From CBS Sacramento:

Thousands of fish lay dead in what used to be Mountain Meadows reservoir also known as Walker Lake, a popular fishing hole just west of Susanville… “Everywhere that you see that’s wet, there was water,” said resident Eddie Bauer.

The explanations for how an entire lake vanished overnight are nothing short of ludicrous:

“PG&E officials say nobody opened the dam up and the water simply ran out,” the story reports. How does an entire lake of water simply “run out” overnight, with no apparent exit point or dam failure?

Stonehenge formation found on Mars

A lot of truly bizarre images have been snapped on Mars lately, and many people believe they are pictures of fossilized animals, alien ships or monuments constructed by ancient astronauts.

The latest is a “Stonehenge” formation that appears on a Martian hilltop. The video explanation is offered by DAHBOO777:

NASA to announce a “major science finding” on Monday

While all this is happening, NASA has announced it’s going to make a major science finding on Monday.

“The event will be broadcast live on NASA Television and the agency’s website,” says the NASA announcement on a URL that promises “Mars mystery solved.”

Personally, I very much doubt this is going to be anything huge. Intelligent people already know NASA has been covering up proof of microbial life since the 1970’s Viking missions when proof of living microbes was validated by the on-board gas chromatograph instrument for an experiment designed by Gilbert V. Levin:

There’s also liquid water on Mars — another fact that NASA has gone to great lengths to cover up.

My guess is that NASA will make some silly announcement regarding Mars geology… something along the lines of the mineral composition of rocks. Ever since life was discovered on Mars in the 1970’s, NASA frantically shifted its focus from biology to geology, thereby ignoring the life on the planet and narrowing its research to dead objects (rocks, dirt, mountains, etc.).

Massive spinning hexagon cloud on Saturn is larger than planet Earth

This might be a good time to remind you of the massive spinning hexagon cloud on Saturn, an unexplained phenomenon discovered by NASA and announced by NASA.

Here’s an animation of the Hexagon cloud, which is 15,000 miles wide:

As I wrote in a 2010 Natural News article:

There is a large rotating hexagon circling the north pole of Saturn.

This isn’t some conspiracy theory. It’s not some sort of far-fetched interpretation of random organic structure. It is quite clearly a massive hexagon, and it’s circling the north pole of Saturn as we speak. And by “massive”, I mean this hexagon is larger than the planet Earth.

Straight from the NASA website: “This is a very strange feature, lying in a precise geometric fashion with six nearly equally straight sides,” said Kevin Baines, atmospheric expert and member of Cassini’s visual and infrared mapping spectrometer team at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif. “We’ve never seen anything like this on any other planet. Indeed, Saturn’s thick atmosphere where circularly-shaped waves and convective cells dominate is perhaps the last place you’d expect to see such a six-sided geometric figure, yet there it is.”

The hexagon, according to NASA, is 60 miles thick (deep) and an astonishing 15,000 miles wide.

That means four Earths would fit inside it. Yes, it’s really that big. And of course, it seems entirely unnatural. Clouds don’t form hexagon shapes and then maintain those structures as the edges orbit the center. Looking at this shape, it is difficult to explain it as “natural.”

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