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"GUTH Venus" Is Alive

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Posted by Brad Guth on December 28, 2001 06:20:53 UTC

As far as I can tell, my discovery is worth a good look.

I've been and will continue to expose those pro-NASA types as long as they intend upon bashing my discovery without one observational supportive image of their own.

http://geocities.com/bradguth

This URL is real and so am I. Unlike those at "uplink.space.com" (mostly NASA moles), I'll accept whatever you have to offer, even bashing as long as you include imaging that clearly supports your position. Observational astronomy is about what you and I see when we look at planets such as Venus and, besides instrumentation readings, what else is there that's worth more then a picture, especially if that image originated from a SAR-spy technology.

I can offer serious projects or merely return the favor if you intend to ignore the possibilities. I'm looking for partners, those willing and able to work outside of NASA.

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