Mars: Water Could be Used to Fuel Dilation Stations for Trans-Women

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
September 21, 2019

One of the biggest problems facing NASA and Elon Musk and others regarding space colonization is how to provide for the needs of the trans community in space.

New discoveries of water on Mars mean that we may be able to equip dilation stations, stations where trans-women expand their neo-vaginas in order to keep them from “healing” shut.


Mars may be hiding water deep beneath its surface, NASA’s InSight lander has discovered – and the planet’s magnetic field has a life of its own, pulsing at the stroke of midnight in a manner utterly unlike anything found on Earth.

There may be liquid water on Mars after all – dozens of miles inside the planet, according to magnetic measurements from the InSight lander, which has been exploring Mars since landing in November. The probe’s magnetometer seems to register an electrically conductive layer up to 62 miles beneath the surface, appearing similar to how water deep within the Earth appears using terrestrial magnetometers.

Unfortunately for would-be Martian colonists eager to find out whether there really is water down there, InSight can only drill 16 feet beneath the surface, leaving a potential oasis woefully out of reach.

In another intriguing discovery, the red planet’s magnetic field wiggles mysteriously at midnight, according to measurements from InSight’s magnetometer, which found that field to be 20 times stronger than what had been predicted based on previous orbital measurements. The pulses last as long as two hours.

It is unfortunate that they can only drill 16 feet beneath the surface.

However, this may be the right time to tap the resources of drag queen trans-women with Down syndrome.

Down syndrome trannies have had to overcome many challenges here on earth, so it is logical to assume that they would have an easier time overcoming the challenge of drilling the surface of Mars than CIS men who are not mentally retarded and who have faced no challenges in their privileged, charmed lives.