From: Mac Tonnies <macbot.nul> Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 12:05:14 -0800 (PST) Fwd Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 15:43:15 -0500 Subject: The "Bunny" And The Mainstream Media's Literalism See: http://posthumanblues.blogspot.com --Mac Tonnies OY!!! Those "debunkers" sure are a clever lot, huh? The esteemed New York Times, no less...... Instead of going out of its way to edify the public with a guffaw-inducing image of the Face on Mars with cartoon rabbit ears, why didn't the Times' illustrious staff do any investigative reporting? If they had, they'd learn that the lander-debris idea is porous, that the so-called "bunny" has evidently moved, that the Opportunity rover had a perfect chance to take a closer look but was steered onward to save "precious machine time," and that no one - not even the biggest nuts out there (and there are a ton of them) - think the "bunny" is actually a rabbit (I personally labeled it the "pronged object", in an unsuccessful attempt to avoid "hit-pieces" like this one). The Times is brandishing the "bunny" label literally. What about "Sushi," the rock lovingly (and quite incomprehensibly) named by JPL's own? Will the Times run a condescending article chastising NASA geologists for suggesting the presence of raw fish in a Martian crater?
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