Surprised Scientists Google

Dec 17, 2007  Scientists were surprised when the Cassini spacecraft discovered plumes of water vapour coming from icy Enceladus in 2005. 

www.newscientist.com/…/dn13092-is-an-ocean-the-source-of-saturn-moons-plumes.html

Oct 31, 2003  Scientists were surprised when the first big solar flare occurred at about 1100 GMT on Tuesday. Not only had it erupted three years after 
www.newscientist.com/…/dn4333-unique-double-solar-punch-strikes-earth.html

So when NASA’s NEAR space probe landed on the surface of the asteroid Eros in 2001,scientists were surprised to find no sign of a magnetic field. 
www.newscientist.com/article/mg17423421.900-its-a-swipe.html

May 31, 2006  Scientists were surprised to find that Enceladus’s south pole is 15°C warmer than the rest of the moon’s surface (Image: NASA/JPL/GSFC) 
www.newscientist.com/…/1-did-saturns-volcanic-moon-roll-with-it.html

Jan 20, 2004  Scientists were surprised and said it suggests the soil is not dust-like, as they had expected, but somehow sticks together. 
www.space.com/missionlaunches/spirit_minerals_040120.html

Jan 8, 2009  Jets of silicon and iron were spotted in the inner disk, but scientists were surprised to see their broad, disk-like structure, 
www.space.com/…/090108-3d-supernova.html -

Feb 18, 2005  Still, scientists were surprised that a magnetar so far away could alter the ionosphere. “That it can reach out and tap us on the shoulder 
www.space.com/scienceastronomy/bright_flash_050218.html

Mar 10, 2004  For example, scientists were surprised by close-up images of comet Wild 2 relayed early January from NASA’s Stardust spacecraft. 
www.space.com/…/technology/neo_defense_040310.html

Unlike old people, who can get a bit shaky on their feet, rapidly rotating stars called pulsars should not wobble as they age. So British scientists were
www.space.com/scienceastronomy/…/wobbly_pulsar_000802.html

Jan 26, 2009  Scientists were surprised to pick up any X-ray signals at all since the flare was about 20 times weaker than the lowest limit the C1XS 
www.space.com/…/090126-lunar-xrays-solar-flare.html

and on and on and so forth.

I actually started to build a library of these ridiculous findings, but they happen every day, so it was too much.

Scientists are “surprised” because their theories are wrong.  If their theories were right, there wouldn’t be “surprises.”  Of course, there are only two acceptable theories – General and Special relativity.  Thus, the surprises will continue unabated until the entire universe is described as a massive inter-dimensional hologram.

oh wait, that’s already happened.

  • Jimmy

    There were a lot of deleted/censored comments there. Any chance you upset some of the mods, Suede?

  • Jimmy

    There were a lot of deleted/censored comments there. Any chance you upset some of the mods, Suede?

  • Jimmy

    There were a lot of deleted/censored comments there. Any chance you upset some of the mods, Suede?

  • Jimmy

    There were a lot of deleted/censored comments there. Any chance you upset some of the mods, Suede?

  • Jimmy

    There were a lot of deleted/censored comments there. Any chance you upset some of the mods, Suede?

  • Jimmy

    There were a lot of deleted/censored comments there. Any chance you upset some of the mods, Suede?

  • Jimmy

    There were a lot of deleted/censored comments there. Any chance you upset some of the mods, Suede?