Mike Bara is an engineering consultant and another one of those frenziedly confused conspiracy theorist who gleefully defends virtually any hopelessly insane conspiracy theory he comes across, including but not limited to the idea that the moonlanding was a hoax. He is the author of “The Choice” and has coauthored “Dark Mission – The Secret History of NASA” with Richard Hoagland. The “about the book” page on his website says that “Dark Mission took nearly four years to complete and includes over 200 illustrations and NASA images, many in full color. This 550 page book includes close to 200 footnotes and scientific references supporting its shocking conclusions” – that is the complete blurb, and you cannot be but convinced by the profundity of such research. Apparently Bara has in the process also uncovered the secret nature of evidence: a function of the number of footnotes and page numbers. Add in some pictures, and it counts as proof as well. You can read an interview with Bara here.
Apparently Bara doesn’t fancy evolution either, apparently because evolutionists, as opposed to practising Christians, have been less open-minded about his UFO and moonlanding-related claims – and because his ancient astronaut claims seem to be in discordance with the Darwinian explanation of the fossil record. You can read more about his ”research” at his websites LunarAnomalies.com and DarkMission.net, but I don’t have the faintest clue why you would want to do that.
Among his alleged areas of expertise are Exopolitics, Alientology, UFOLOGY, Pole Shifts, Planet Nibiru, Sumerians, the Annunaki, Star Gates, and the Mayan Calendar.
Diagnosis: Hysterically disassociated from reality, Bara is probably pretty harmless – though he comes across as pretty miffed that people who are actually able to use reason don’t really pay much heed to his claims.