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NASA image reveals "door" on Mars

Posted on Saturday, 5 January, 2008 | Comment icon 45 comments


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"There is a strange door-like structure at the base of the mountain formation from a NASA image of Mars that is causing a stir."

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Comment icon #36 Posted by Scare_crow on 6 January, 2008, 18:11
These are taken from my personal collection, which I spent hundreds of hours compiling. If you take the time, you can categorize a number of similar artifacts, objects, pairs, sets, and solar aligned objects on Mars. I rarely display my collection publicly, but I'm making an exception in this case, as the object presented is very similar to others I observed, although smaller. I entitled these curious objects "square holes." They tend to face the sun, and will often be found in alignment with the sun. Here's a [broad example] of what I mean. Look in the center of the photograph for a series of... [More]
Comment icon #37 Posted by :PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR: on 7 January, 2008, 16:32
Haha, the comments are pretty entertaining! Here I was thinking this is going to be another the 'Face on Mars' debate again. Good stuff. Personally, just looks like a a near perfect rectangular shadow. Next, we'll have photos from the International Space Station showing Earth with a huge perfect circle over a few states wide and people will think it's a Mothership hovering in front of the sun when it actually was a solar eclipse.
Comment icon #38 Posted by Bear's Quest on 7 January, 2008, 19:43
'Monolith' -Space Odyssey 2001
Comment icon #39 Posted by Oen Anderson on 8 January, 2008, 3:24
I'm curious what is in the other shadow area to the left of plateau? As for the door itself, the hillside below and above it slant away from it leaving no possibility that a protrusion is causing the dark rectangle. This is truly as yet an unexplained mystery.
Comment icon #40 Posted by Awaken6 on 8 January, 2008, 9:29
I may have missed it, but I can't believe I haven't seen someone mention the word CAVE yet. So it is more likely that Mars would have a man/alien-made door on it than a common cave?
Comment icon #41 Posted by tlsmith1138 on 8 January, 2008, 18:17
Cave, hell, we talkin' hanger here. Anything fat enough to need a door that wide would be easy to spot. Cave? Where you gonna find a cave opening like that on any planet? We talkin' multi missle launcher. Eight horizontally aligned desintigrators of death in the form of disrupter beams. We talkin' ... hell, I don't even know what we talkin'.
Comment icon #42 Posted by Scare_crow on 10 January, 2008, 20:47
Here's a curious plant-like item I found sticking out of an apparent triangular shaped hole. I've shown it in two wavelengths for comparison, and closeup. This is one of the strangest items I have found. It led me to believe that the [spherules] found, mostly by Opportunity, might have a life basis of some kind. It's just speculation. However, I have a gut feeling that this thing is or was living, whatever "it" is. Note the curious spherule arrangement adjacent. There are more of these objects, but they're rare in these photos. NASA didn't screen out or blur everything, but I do have clear exa... [More]
Comment icon #43 Posted by Truffles on 29 January, 2008, 3:12
It's McDonalds fly thru
Comment icon #44 Posted by tlsmith1138 on 29 January, 2008, 3:28
Well, scare-crow, that looks like some of that fine marsotee cactus that the space brothers traded me a WII for. Good stuff!
Comment icon #45 Posted by Open your mind on 30 March, 2008, 20:46
maybe it could be a place to check out for teh next mission to mars


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