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J. P. Skipper can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org The above first image is of Hale Crater located within the much greater Argyre Planitia Crater Basin.
BeforeItsNews Wow this is some find ! It was sent to us from Matteo Ianneo in Italy. Bravo. Sure looks like a face to me.
Description: The above image is a very nice one of the Hale Crater evidence completed by a viewer known to me only as C.K. Except for the red border bracketing the image and the labeling that I've put in it, this is entirely his original work and has no work in it by me. His work is this good because he recognized from the outset that obfuscation tactics were present as upper layer additions in the image and first must be defeated to get the best visual results. It should also be noted that, although his tactics mimicked my own, they were arrived at entirely on his own with no input by me.
Home | About Us | Contact | Subscribe Mars' Electric Secret: Plasma Cosmology "The Thunderbolt that Raised Olympus Mons" Mythologist, David Talbott continues his mind-blowing presentation of Martian mysteries, explained in the view of plasma cosmology. From the upcoming "Symbols of an Alien Sky" DVD.
Not sure what would give them that idea? BUT having a look at the Viking below gives us a true color of the lander in Earth light for comparison. Here is the typical "NASA RED" version
Well I see posts all over on the findings of 'coins' on Mars, so figured I would toss in my pennies... I looked around and I am pretty sure no one found this one yet... but since NASA images are public domain anyway I won't tag it as mine like some are prone to do... Here is the full image... Opportunity Finds a 'Coin' PIA06287 photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov...
NASA's Viking landers may have detected the ingredients for life on Mars after all, according to a new study. Back in the 1970s, the two Viking probes scooped up and heated Martian dirt, then looked for organic molecules — the carbon-based building blocks of life as we know it — in the samples. The landers found little , aside from two strange chlorine compounds that researchers at the time attributed to contamination from cleaning fluids. But the new study suggests that the soil did indeed contain organics, which can have biological or nonbiological origins.
Home | About Us | Contact | Subscribe Mars: Planet of a Thousand Mysteries Mars Explained by the Electric Model Mythologist, David Talbott presents glimpses from the forthcoming DVD, "The Cosmic Thunderbolt" This clip is of the first 15 minutes of a 40 minute segment on Mars. Contrary to the accepted geological approaches to explain Mars' surface, which use the Earth and the Moon as models, Talbott explains that the radical surface features of Mars are due to massive electrical discharging, according to the plasmic model of the universe, an "alternative" (non-big bang) cosmology, of which he is a very active proponent. For more Astrophysics videos, click here
A GOOGLE geek has found what he believes is a 'space station' on Mars. He found the spec on the Red Planet by accident but has provided fellow explorers with the coordinates of the ‘object’ so they can discover it for themselves. American armchair astronaut David Martines posted a clip of his trip to the surface of the planet on YouTube. He used the search giant’s maps of the astral body and his video has already clocked up a staggering 58,000 views.