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Confessions of confused minds!

Everything that glitters is not gold...every girl who smiles back is not admiring you and everything white is not ice!

Will someone tell these 3 notions of information cum wisdom bits to NASA?

Quoting CNN (Original news clip here)
Scientists believe that NASA's Phoenix Mars lander exposed bits of ice while recently digging a trench in the soil of the Martian arctic, the mission's principal investigator said Thursday.
Will the real scientists please stand up? will they ever start thinking out of the books and out of the horizons of minds? Will they ever start taking things beyond what they have been able to prove and put in the so called books of sciences which only gratifies their own primitive thought process of hardly a thousand years!

The white thing could be a smart piece devised by an intelligent alien put there as a spy tool? It could be merely a new substance which glittered and vanished when exposed in the sun?

No! The problem with scientists is that they can not accept any things beyond what they have gone to learn in their life! Its hard to accept anything if you have not seen or feel it!

Too much of an ego!!!
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