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4/1/2013 | 2:57:25 AM
re: NASA Curiosity Rover Hit By Software Snafu
With as much money as Curiosity cost to build and the amount of time and expertise that has gone into this design, I would want exact answers and not the truth downplayed. 4 weeks is a long tome to leave Curiosity under autopilot. On the flip side it is good that the information that Curiosity collected is getting results and facts about life existing or being able to exist.

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3/19/2013 | 8:43:56 PM
re: NASA Curiosity Rover Hit By Software Snafu
It's the alien messing around with our robot. Earthling technology is so primitive. A chimpanzee trying to understand the object of a jet airplane. It's an endless road to Type 1 Civilization.


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