Yelling Into A Pillow…

This is a post wherein I rant about climate change and hurricanes and people who anger me.

You don’t have to read it if you don’t want to. Though that goes for everything here of course.

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Great Video in a Great Shirt…

The Planetary Society’s Emily Lakdawalla (@elakdawalla) gets a tour of the Jet Propulsion Lab booth from NASA’s Doug Ellison (@doug_ellison) at the 44th annual meeting of the American Astronomical Society’s Division for Planetary Sciences.

This is a great video and a nice way to learn a bit about the behind the scenes of Curiosity.

And also… look at her awesome shirt!

Final Thoughts on Felix…

Alright, so today I’ll be sharing my final thoughts on this dummy up here – Felix Baumgartner – and his recent, idiotic thoughts on Mars, NASA, and planetary exploration in general – which you can find in The Telegraph – right here: http://soc.li/AYodv5R

As a warning – things will possibly get ranty, and unresearched, and maybe I’ll shake my fist like an old man. I don’t know

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Does Anyone Else Smell Science?

Methane! On Mars! OMFG!

So here we go… again. Oh, and good day to you, or night, whatever.

There are rumors about that the Mars Rover Curiosity has found methane in the atmosphere of Mars and therefor we should freak out and get ready for an alien invasion.

Well let’s not. Instead, just read this blog post and we’ll suss it out together.

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A Rover and A Voyager:

On Monday Oct, 22 – while ignoring the Presidential Debate – I shared a transcript of some text-messages shared between myself and Voyager 1, a space probe launched in 1977 and currently leaving our solar system.

Voyager is the farthest man-made object in the universe. It’s also cranky and old.

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How @SarcasticRover Began…

On the night of Aug. 5th, 2012 the Mars Rover Curiosity landed on the red planet, and I started a fake Twitter account as a place to put some crappy space-jokes.

In the following Tweet-list from my personal account  you can see the evolution of a boring guy watching the Mars landing into a sarcastic twitter account that is a thing sometimes.

So if you ever wondered how it all began… This is the official record:

 
 (Please note – these are from my personal account, which you SHOULD NOT FOLLOW. Seriously. You won’t like it – I say weird things and swear and have opinions. Just don’t. It’s for the best.)

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ScienceNews Profile…

The very wonderful magazine ScienceNews.org has a nice and very complimentary profile of yours truly up on their site which you can go read… HERE!

Search Terms of Endearment…

It’s Thursday, I’m baking muffins, let’s blog!

One of the nice things about WordPress is that it lets me see the search terms people type into Google which lead them to my site. Basically, if you type “Sarcastic Rover Blog” into Google and it shows you this site and you come here, I get to know about it (though not about you).

So I thought it might be cool to look at some of the stranger search terms that have somehow led people here and maybe answer them or mock them. Also – if any of these were from you, I apologize.

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