Skip to comments.Barsoom, the Face, Structures on Mars
Posted on 05/16/2006 9:00:11 AM PDT by SunkenCiv
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter ... andAnother close-up from the same MRO mosaic (rotated 50 degrees, clockwise -- below) demonstrates that not all "quasi-circular features" on Mars are simple "impact craters."
"The Lost Cities of Barsoom" ....
by Richard C. Hoagland
The Enterprise Mission
This remarkably preserved example exhibits organized, interior geometric detail characteristic of a massive, designed building ... surrounded by six, geometrically aligned, surviving elevated "walls" -- minus a possible roof! The massive former structure is attended by an array of additional, still partially-buried rectilinear features just outside.
NOT A PING LIST, merely posted to:
oops, "NOT A PING LIST, merely posted to:" was some leftover text I forgot to delete from the template I pulled into the edit window.
The Mars Happy Face
Space.com | 4/10/06 | Robert Roy Britt
Posted on 04/10/2006 2:55:30 PM EDT by nuke rocketeer
New Mars Cydonia image released
NASA | 4-16-05 | Orlando
Posted on 04/16/2005 10:54:12 AM EDT by Orlando
Captain's Blog:Somebody Tried to Kill Hurricane Wilma ... BEFORE She was Born! -- UPDATED 4:50 AM October 19th -- With apologies for my unfortunate absence from this forum in recent days, for weeks now we have been presenting (in previous "Captain's Blogs") increasingly extraordinary images, archived radar data and expert testimony, all supporting the (to some) equally extraordinary new reality:
Space News and
by Richard C. Hoagland
Tuesday, October 18, 2005
That, despite what experts tell us, the technlogy currently exists to actually control the weather -- and specifically, nature's most destructive type of storm: the hurricane itself.
And that "someone" has been using this technology this summer "in an undeclared, all-out 'weather war' against the United States" ... with (after Katrina) disasterous results ....
another online archive:
however, an interesting link.
So it's the face on the Barsoom floor?
barely any relation to this, just that "Face on Mars" is mentioned. Fascinating and amusing topic from 2004:
Pioneer [gravitational] anomaly put to the test
Physics World | September 2004 | Slava Turyshev and John Anderson
Posted on 09/27/2004 2:38:32 PM EDT by PatrickHenry
I think the Mars Rovers are already out of the playoffs.
:') Different part of Mars. Just when we all had a reasonable expectation that the indefensible "Face on Mars" crap would come to an end due to better camera resolution, more stuff to be misinterpreted and twisted to purposes shows up for the very same reason. ;')
found using the Google search above:
Sedimentary rocks on Mars may suggest an ancient land of lakes
Source: Science Magazine
Published: 8 December 2000 Author: Michael C. Malin and Kenneth S. Edgett
Posted on 12/05/2000 07:52:21 PST by Fitzcarraldo
Arthur C. Clark talks about images from Mars
Source: NASA picture from Mars/click here
Posted on 03/07/2001 17:31:07 PST by jwa3
Scientific Method Employed By NASA proves
that Skeptic Martin Gardner Has No Eyes, Mouth or Nose!
Posted on 05/31/2001 13:17:31 PDT by sirgawain
Wood found on Mars? Not Photoshoped - off the nasa website.
Posted on 12/27/2004 11:38:41 PM EST by Next_Time_NJ
Richard C. Hoagland has another finding about Iapetus
(Saturn's Moon)! Aliens might have made it!
Posted on 02/08/2005 2:35:56 AM EST by Simmy2.5
Ancient rock "carved faces" found: Sign of lost race, or geological processes?
BBC News/Science | Monday, 20 October, 2003 | Dr David Whitehouse
Posted on 10/20/2003 12:58:38 PM EDT by yankeedame
Arthur C. Clarke Stands By His Belief in Life on MarsClarke spoke last night, June 6, via phone from his home in Sri Lanka as key speaker in the Wernher von Braun Memorial Lecture series held here at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum. Pouring over images on his home computer taken by the now-orbiting Mars Global Surveyor (MGS), Clarke said that there are signs of vegetation evident in the photos. Clarke repeated several times that he was serious about his observations, pointing out that he sees something akin to Banyan trees in some MGS photos.
by Leonard David
7 June 2001
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