Saturday, January 16, 2010

Forests of Mars

I recently learned of some NASA photos of Mars, which appear to show some kind of vegetative growth, such as found on this web page

These are not the only queer photos from Mars either. Back in 1976 we had the "Face on Mars" image, which NASA has taken steps to prove as a trick of light and shadow, ignoring the even more peculiar "border" an ovoid rectangle that surrounds that rock formation, which looks more artificial than the 'face' did. Then there is the puzzling presence of methane detected in the Martian atmosphere. Methane does not last long in the atmosphere, it breaks down; it can originate from volcanic sources or biological sources, but for any to be detected in the Martian atmosphere at all, there must be a source that is supplying new methane all the time. The problem is that there are no active volcanoes found on Mars - so that methane must be coming from a biological source.

More interesting pictures here

There are even photos which seem to show liquid water on Mars today, which is supposed to be impossible. What is going on here? NASA dismisses all the "trees" as so much sand streaks and dust clouds blowing up, looking very much like forests viewed from above, and unlike any dust clouds known to man but that is their explanation.

Of course if there are trees, there could also be dead trees which produce logs right? So what is it we see in this photo below? NASA says it is flat, platy, sulphuric rock. I don't know anymore, if I believe NASA.

Good luck and good hunting amigos, I hope you find the treasures that you seek.


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