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posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 04:38 AM
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Here’s a photograph of a small portion of the South Polar region of Mars, taken by MGS (MOC E14-01276).

I have enlarged the portion what looks like a functional ‘base’ or probably the ruins of a ‘city’. Note the parallel / geometric features which I daresay look to be artificial. The anomaly has been discovered by JP Skipper and is on his web site.

What do you think?



Area enlarged below.


NASA/JPL/MSSS
MGS MOC E14-01276
Loc: Long 110.59 W.
Latitude: 88.77 S.

Discoverer: JP Skipper.
Both images sourced from
JP Skipper with permission.
(Mars Anomaly Research)





[edit on 17-7-2007 by mikesingh]




posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 06:36 AM
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Looks like a dried out of heavily frozen lake bed to me.

I see no 'functional base', apart from which, how do you know what any supposed 'alien base' looks like?



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 06:50 AM
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What sort of scale are we talking about here? say - how many km across is your first pic? apx



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 07:01 AM
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Can't seem to make out anything??!!



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 07:26 AM
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Originally posted by mikesingh
I have enlarged the portion what looks like a functional ‘base’ or probably the ruins of a ‘city’.

I suppose a functional base with problably tens of thousands of personel and activity does look a little like the ruins of a long dead city, doesnt it?


I see absolutely nothing in the picture but terrain. That's not even parallel or geometric, we got much cooler stuff right here on Earth in the nature.



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 07:31 AM
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Yep that's an alien base. Good eye!



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 07:37 AM
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Originally posted by Now_Then
What sort of scale are we talking about here? say - how many km across is your first pic? apx


Scaled pixel width : 2.89 meters
Spacecraft altitude: 372.33 km
Slant distance : 389.25 km



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 08:10 AM
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Originally posted by merka
I suppose a functional base with problably tens of thousands of personel and activity does look a little like the ruins of a long dead city, doesnt it?


We got much cooler stuff right here on Earth in the nature.


Yeah! Like underground cities at Dulce, Shasta, probably Denver too!
So obviously you wouldn't see hair nor hide of even a single person milling around these areas. Less so on Mars!!


And this feature resembles a wall...


Courtesy: NASA/JPL/MSSS

Cheers!



[edit on 17-7-2007 by mikesingh]



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 11:40 AM
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I'm sorry but i can't make out a thing. I think it would be a dried up lake as Chrolton said. I try to make out a base but I just can't.



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 01:24 PM
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"Functional" base???

Ruins of a "City"???

Like seeing bunny rabbits in the clouds, or Jesus in toast, Mike - unless you've got something more substantial that corroborates such speculation, I'd have to conclude that what you've got, ONCE AGAIN, is absolutely nothing - nada, zilch, zip, zero.

Just curious - how were you able to determine that this "Base" was *cough*cough* FUNCTIONAL?!?!?


(ok, ok, I know you're only 'guessing' - but what led you to believe then - that this "base" was *snicker* "functional"????)

[edit on 7/17/2007 by Outrageo]



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 01:52 PM
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Originally posted by Outrageo
(ok, ok, I know you're only 'guessing' - but what led you to believe then - that this "base" was *snicker* "functional"????)
[edit on 7/17/2007 by Outrageo]


That's quite obvious. There is no-one visibly doing maintenance on it, so it just be functioning properly.



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 01:52 PM
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Originally posted by Outrageo
"Functional" base???

Ruins of a "City"???

Like seeing bunny rabbits in the clouds, or Jesus in toast, Mike - unless you've got something more substantial that corroborates such speculation, I'd have to conclude that what you've got, is absolutely nothing...

Outrageo, heck, its the same old arguments. Done to death, man. The same idioms and phrases. Oh hum....'Rabbits in them clouds', 'Jesus in toast', etc, etc, and more etc! Christ!


Having said that, what do you expect me to show you on Mars? Or what do you expect to see? The casinos of Las Vegas together with the nearby McCarran International Airport with all its runway lights glowing in all its glory? The Taj Mahal? Or probably the statue of Liberty!

Now that ain't gonna happen! And about that base! I really don't know. It's just my speculation! You see, it could be either functional or abandoned (ruined). Can't be both.
Now can you prove that its nothing but rocks? If they are rocks, please specify how they evolved and explain their peculiar shapes. If you can't then well, it could be anything!! Even an alien base!


Cheers!!



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 02:07 PM
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I know that we here at ATS have no way to obtain pictures on demand, but are there pictures of Earth's surface that would match the resolution of the Mars pics.

It would go a long way towards determining what can and cannot be picked out of such pictures. Naturally there would be no way to match exactly, but a close comparison would show some interesting things for both sides in this debate.



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 02:16 PM
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Originally posted by Outrageo
Like seeing bunny rabbits in the clouds, or Jesus in toast, Mike - unless you've got something more substantial that corroborates such speculation, I'd have to conclude that what you've got, ONCE AGAIN, is absolutely nothing - nada, zilch, zip, zero.


Well, by now we all know that Mikey here has a much better eye than most of us for spotting alien bases, structures, vehicles, skeletons, old candy wrappers, and many other things lying about the Moon and Mars. He has yet to really set his sights on Mercury, Venus, and the various assorted moons of the larger gas planets, but when he does, you can be assured that his keen eye will expose any traces of alien activity, whether active or in the long-dead past.

And he'll let us know with an appropriately sensational Subject Title.




posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 04:12 PM
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I wanna believe that alien bases are functioning on
faraway planets, I mean they've gotta come from
somewhere.
What scares me is that since aliens don't exist, how
can they make functioning bases?

If it's a ruin, could it be a fixer upper? Why would
Reptoids live on such an inhabital planet?

Finally, We always go on about Mars and Venus,
but we haven't even scratched Uranus.



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 04:28 PM
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Originally posted by SuicideVirus He has yet to really set his sights on Mercury, Venus, and the various assorted moons of the larger gas planets, but when he does, you can be assured that his keen eye will expose any traces of alien activity, whether active or in the long-dead past.

And he'll let us know with an appropriately sensational Subject Title.



MESSENGER should arrive at Mercury around 2011, and will have some flybys before that, so get ready.



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 04:48 PM
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Another quality post from Iron Man. Without his and other like-minded members' insightful comedic relief, ATS would surely become a stagnant and desolate place [/sarcasm]. Why are total garbage posts such as Iron Man's (look at his history) allowed to stand without warning - day in and day out? This just encourages all the other 10 year olds to follow suit.

The OP deserves much better than this IMO. I would add the portion of MOC E14-01276 to the growing list of anomalies on Mars, which certainly deserve more scrutiny by anyone/group seeking the truth. To make light of these or any issues adds nothing of worth to any discussion - ever. It's truly ashamed that this behavior is tolerated/condoned on ATS.



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 04:49 PM
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i remember seeing pics that the hubble space telescope took and it zooming in and out and always wonderd why they couldnt point that thing at the planets and zoom in and out or even get close up pics? These pics i see all the time of not just planets but even the moon are like this picture of the base i cant see, blurry and you really cant make out much...I have never believed after i saw what the hubble could do{the range,distance and clarity}that the pictures they release were there best.To me somebody out there has the good,clear, close up shots we all want to see so desperatly.



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 04:58 PM
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Originally posted by mikesingh

Having said that, what do you expect me to show you on Mars? Or what do you expect to see? The casinos of Las Vegas together with the nearby McCarran International Airport with all its runway lights glowing in all its glory? The Taj Mahal? Or probably the statue of Liberty!



Well I would certainly expect to see exaclty what you say, a "Functional" base. I'm not saying it would be something anything like our Earth, because it is a less inhabitable planet, but the aliens have to be at least a few years ahead of us as humans if they had been able to travel from whereever they live all the way to Mars. But the other possibility is that your "functional" base is a ruin of some sort. But, if it's a ruin that you can supposedly see, then I'm sure that the experts would have seen it first. Unless you are the experts
I personally don't think this is a base. It may be a dried up lake or a few dried up rivers or something natural. Not a "functional" base.



posted on Jul, 17 2007 @ 05:47 PM
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Thank you very much for posting these kinds of pictures, Mike. Obviously, no one can say that they do, or do not, represent a clue relating to life on Mars.

However, I do not believe that Mike deserves the sarcasm and riduculous replies from some posters. If you have nothing interesting to add to a post...then for the love of God ignore it. Quit showing your ass by posting sarcastic and stupid comments.

Again, thanks for posting the pics. No matter what they are; they really fire my imagination and keep me looking for the truth!





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