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#1    TheBloom

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Posted 31 March 2004 - 12:31 PM

martian face

take a look at this its oretty cool no? Not sure whether i believe it or not but it certinally looks pretty awesome!


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Posted 31 March 2004 - 12:43 PM

Weve had this a few times before and I posted up some very recently released phottos of different lower orbit angles that show it is indeed just a large eroded weathered hill.  Apparently NASA have been laughing at the suggestions it's a face since 1977!  Sorry to all you desperate Alien hunters out there!!!  I will try to find the photos and post them up again.


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Posted 31 March 2004 - 12:44 PM

Mind you, that could just be what they WANT us to know wink2.gif  (for all you conspiracy theorists out there).


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Posted 31 March 2004 - 04:30 PM

i dunno, seems kinda silly to me...i mean, we dont have a huge sculpture of humans on our planet...o wait...Mt. Rushmore, in the US...oh crap!  ohmy.gif   The aliens are real!  They're coming!  alien.gif  rolleyes.gif  

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Posted 31 March 2004 - 04:34 PM

Good image. But then again, if you looking hard enough for something, you will find an image! I'm sure there will be a rock formation that looks like a rabbit up there if we spend enough time looking for it!


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Posted 31 March 2004 - 05:07 PM

People see what they what to see...i see a ninja in the picture..did anybody see a ninja ?? ph34r.gif  

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Posted 31 March 2004 - 05:25 PM

So that's what an alien looks like?  Looks kinda like a rock to me... tongue.gif  

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Posted 31 March 2004 - 07:50 PM

WOW! blink.gif

I'll never look at that picture the same again.

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Posted 31 March 2004 - 07:50 PM

like i said i dont believe it...i just thought its looked pretty awesome...yeh it looks like a rock to me too...just an obscure shaped rock, and apologies but i aint been on here in a while so i didnt notice that it had been posted before...

thanx anyway guys cool.gif  


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Posted 31 March 2004 - 11:34 PM

QUOTE (fearfulone @ Mar 31 2004, 01:30 PM)
i dunno, seems kinda silly to me...i mean, we dont have a huge sculpture of humans on our planet...o wait...Mt. Rushmore, in the US...oh crap!  ohmy.gif   The aliens are real!  They're coming!  alien.gif  rolleyes.gif

Well, besides Mt. Rushmore, there are "technically," faces on earth...

Check the Crop Circles Faces
Check the Rock Formation faces.

IVE BEEN LOOKING FOR A WHILE... IM LOOKING FOR A HEAD FORMATION IN A MOUNTAIN (ON EARTH) IF ANYONE KNOWS WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT CAN YOU POST THE LINK/PICTURE...

This is a pretty good website if your interested in Mars... They believe there is a Face, City and Pyramid...

Face/ City and Pyramid on Mars

This site says there is no face on Mars...
The Explination of the face on Mars

Also:

Four Bob-sledders formation
Goose rock formation
Old lady and house formation
Cowboy formation

Did humans create these? No, so why would aliens make the faces on Mars.

Edited by Diebytheflyguy, 31 March 2004 - 11:52 PM.


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Posted 01 April 2004 - 06:56 PM

DUN DUN DUN!!!!!!! ROCK THAT LOOKS A BIT LIKE A FACE SHOCKER! READ ALL ABOUT IT



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Has anyone considered a third -- and far more likely -- scenario? Why would ancient Martians responsible for the great stonework (constructed circa 65-100 million years ago) depict primitive humans? Evidence shows that their civilization was in contact with another race of aliens at the time . . . a race crucial to the survival of the Martian species . . . a race we on Earth have only recently come to know as "the grays" . . .


This is so funny, yes. Ancient martians who left no sign of their existance other than a rock sculpture is far more likely than natural erosion.

Ahahah oh it gets better, I'd love to see this "evidense" not only prooves the existance of martians but also that they were in contact with another race of aliens.




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Posted 02 April 2004 - 04:59 AM

Hangar18,
I hope this passes muster...

Among the many candidates for Mars landing sites, Cydonia was proposed
for both the Viking 2 and Pathfinder missions, but later ruled out. It does not
have terrain or weather that is optimal. You want enough wind to spread
material over rocks and rock-ejecta. Very small detail is camouflaged
from above, and so few chances are taken.
In addition, the key factors for the MER missions centered around
landing safety, evidence for life and biomarkers, sediments, rock, and
water. Cydonia is for some other time...

Location
http://www.geocities.com/swj20x2/NationalG...l?1080880489857

Closer In
http://themis.la.asu.edu/fullimages/20020413a.jpg

Closer Up. Mound is approximately 1 mile wide, 2 miles long. (1.6 km x 3.2 km)
http://www.geocities.com/swj20x2/Cydonia1....l?1080862935979

There is enough H2O ice beneath the martian surface, at around
5-10 meters, to cover the planet ankle deep in water. The poles are
covered in CO2 ice, with water below them, as well.
Cydonia is not the wettest region.
Here is a map that relates to hydrogen, and water beneath the surface.
Included are the landing sites for Opportunity (O), in the middle,
and Spirit (S), in the east, and Cydonia inside the box. The charts
extend below, on the page, to include the obvious polar regions.
In North vs. South, I'd put my money on the higher latitudes.
http://www.geocities.com/swj20x2/CydoniaH2...l?1080856122322


Like other parts of the planet, the poles have errosion,
like this animation of the North Pole.
It is 6MB, so I have a stills-comparison, as well.

http://marsprogram.jpl.nasa.gov/mgs/msss/c...it_animated.gif

http://www.geocities.com/swj20x2/marserosi...l?1080859850112


The seasons on Mars have a theme- the orbit and the axial tilt.
http://www.geocities.com/swj20x2/SeasonsMa...l?1080877859655

The results are notable, on the macro level, and at the smallest grains of dust.
http://www.geocities.com/swj20x2/CydoniaDr...l?1080866389482

This volcanoe, Pavonis Mons, is around 2 times the height of Mt. Everest.
It took only a few years to hide the crater beneath silt and dust.
http://www.geocities.com/swj20x2/PavonisMo...l?1080887765529

Finally, not all changes are, in fact, explained by weathering and erosion.
Some remain mysterious surprises!
http://www.geocities.com/swj20x2/Hearts.ht...l?1080888821578

And just to end this on a happy note-
http://www.geocities.com/swj20x2/Galle.htm...l?1080861834325

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Edited by swj20, 02 April 2004 - 07:10 AM.


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Posted 02 April 2004 - 06:24 AM

I uploaded too much, too fast to Yahoo. They should restore it later...
Sorry about that...

Larger View
http://www.msss.com/mars_images/moc/4_6_98.../035a72.map.gif


In the comparison below, the best Viking 1 (1977) image has been enlarged
to 3.3 times its original resolution, and the Mars Orbiter Camera (1998) image
has been decreased by a similar 3.3 times, creating images of roughly
the same size. In addition, the MOC images have been geometrically
transformed to a more overhead projection for ease of comparison with
the Viking image. The left image is from Viking Orbiter 1, the middle image
is a portion of MOC frame shown normally, and the far right image is the
same MOC frame but with the contrast reversed to simulate the
approximate lighting conditions of the Viking image.

Compare Viking Orbiter picture, 1977; and Mars Orbiter, 1998.
http://www.msss.com/mars_images/moc/4_6_98...ase/compare.gif

Edited by swj20, 02 April 2004 - 08:26 AM.


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Posted 02 April 2004 - 11:21 AM

One last thing. I have been through some of the datasets for the
earliest NASA Mars Missions. That would include Mars Mariner 4 (1964),
Mariner 6 (1969), and Mariner 7 (1969). Beyond that are the
Viking orbiters/landers, a fraction of which I mentioned, in passing.

Nonetheless, for anyone's consideration- most of the photographs
of the early missions were of the eastern regions, and reportedly
~20% of the planet. The Viking missions, begun in 1975, really opened
the Mars surface for mapping and photography.

That said, a lot of changes, and erosion, could conceivably have
occured between 1964 and 2001, the date of my largest images.





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Posted 05 April 2004 - 11:22 PM

Great stuff guys!! One question about all the pits, especially thecircular ones?? Could they have been left by alien spacecraft?? I'm not trying to convince anyone of anything just want some opinions..

Jim





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