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Mars Strange Colossi-1
If you aren't already aware of it, it seems like every elevated rounded or ridge looking form with some surface texture smoothness to it on Mars is ...
Inca City Ridges
The smaller and shorter ridges around at Inca City appear to mostly be .... at all and you leave "Inca City"shaking your head thinking that Mars is truly a ...
Part 1: Densely Packed Life Evidence
The scenes in the first and second images here are characterized by a majority of the individual objects tops we are seeing being not very light reflective. ...
Mars Glass Tubes, et al
Recently I have been receiving some e-mail expressing an assumption that I may support the concept of "glass tubes" on Mars apparently confusing me up with ...
Mars Forest Life Bio-Diversity-6
Feb 19, 2007 ... Before we embark into the much less familiar looking and stranger looking Mars forest life bio-diversity evidence such as in the last report ...
Animal Fossil Skulls on Mars
Sep 5, 2004 ... This helps identify them as being very suggestive of anomalous ... This feature is common in animal skulls providing skeletal width to the ...
Mars North Pole Bio-Engineering
MARS NORTH POLE BIO-ENGINEERING. Report #127. October 4, 2007 .... there is a straight linear line connecting from the right geometric corner of each of ...
Mars South Pole Anomalous Ring
MARS SOUTH POLAR RING. ANOMALY. Report #079. December 15, 2004 .... Obviously, these individual geometric forms in their densely packed many tens of ...
Mars Opportunity Rover Lands in Life
Jun 15, 2008 ... Note the patches and especially the one patch pointed out by white arrow and labeling. Note that this patch, although a little distantly ...
Mars Strange Life Bio-Diversity-2
DIVERSITY-2. Report #105. July 30, 2006. Joseph P. Skipper .... more of this type of very strange Mars lumpy life form bio-diversity evidence and perhaps ...
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