posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 01:16 PM
reply to post by thelionofbabel
Look again, I see a crater, you see a hill, it doesn't really matter either way as it's an entirely natural formation just like the hundred other
potmark craters around that area, just like the "face" on mars a different angle or time of day will show you this.
i still see a large circle around the entire thing (impact crater) then the dark area that looks suspiciously like all the other craters excluding
it's 3 prongs.
If you really want, I can spend the rest of my life uploading every photo of mars pointing out every rock as having to be man made as there is no
natural way to make it. That's my point, this could be, and probably is, perfectly natural.
but hey, some dude on youtube thinks it's an alien ship so it has to be legit.
Lets play this game for a bit:
This is supposed to be trees on mars. TREES!!!!!
Nope, sorry, just looks that way.
The photographs actually show sand dunes coated with a thin layer of frozen carbon dioxide, or dry ice, less than 240 miles from the planet's north
pole. The "trees" are really trails of debris caused by landslides as ice melts in Mars's spring. You can even see a cloud of dust, just to the left
of centre of the picture, where an avalanche is caught happening.
no worries, some dude on youtube said they are trees, so they are alien reptile vampire shapeshifting trees from the milkyway galactic federation.
how about that face?
Must have shapeshifted on us.
I could keep going but that would be a waste of all of our time
edit on 28-2-2011 by phishyblankwaters because: (no reason given)