A Rocket to NowhereSome remarkable advances in science have occurred under the Bush administration. Take, for example, the arrival of the Cassini probe at Titan, providing all sorts of new information about a world rich in hydrocarbons and with a thick atmosphere. Oh, but the Bush administration really ought not take credit for that. After all, the Cassini probe was funded and launched during the Clinton years. What does the Bush administration have to show for itself in the realm of space science? Only a grand speech during an election year about sending people to the Moon and Mars... a speech which did not result in adequate funding. In the wake of his big inspirational speech about space voyages, George W. Bush has let the Moon and Mars trips quietly drift off into oblivion, giving him a big old goose egg in the sky when it comes to space science achievements. We're on a rocket to nowhere. (Sources: CBS News October 27 2004; CNN January 14 2004)
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