posted on Jun, 7 2015 @ 07:13 PM
Chinese writing? Can you link to the actual Chinese characters they are supposed to represent? Or are they shaped in a way that you distinguish
Chinese writing, and so that's what you are calling it?
What's funny is that there theoretically could be ancient language or items on that planet.. and most would simply look right over them, because there
is nothing for them to associate it to. You don't find it curious that animals (lizards, etc.), statues, languages, car parts, and everything else
people seem to find on Mars, are all native to Earth?
When you say things like "Latin was an alien language," you are not really thinking it through. Latin was not just "invented" one day. It was
derived on Earth from Italic languages. Which itself derived from other languages - specifically from Phoenician and Greek writings. So saying Latin
was invented by aliens and that's why we see it on Mars is ridiculous.
Even Chinese was derived from more ancient pictogram writings. So.. no, Chinese and Latin were not Martian languages that were passed down to Earth.
Because they were not even created on Earth.. they were evolved from older languages. So it makes no sense to see it written anywhere on Mars.