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Why hide the fact there is or was life on mars

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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:10 AM
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If NASA have found proof there is or was life on mars why would they hide it ain't as if were all gona pack up and go take a look for ourselves is it really.Maybe they ain't building superships or bunkers for the supposed end of the world December 21 2012 maybe there building spaceships to fcuk off to mars.This is what the human abductions are for so the aliens on mars can figure out a way for there soon to be new occupants to survive underground on the red planet,the animals that have pieces of there bodies surgically removed this is so they can find or replicate the food we need as I'm guessing the aliens diet maybe a bit dif to our own.

What do you think of my idea a bit too far fetched.Just can't think of a plausible reason for them to hide if there is life on mars unless they really havnt found a thing to suggest such a thing.




posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:19 AM
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I heard most aliens abductions are brought to Phobos, a mars moon. Underground facilities on mars are possible and we can't really prove if it's true or not.
There was that Bisiago guy that tells in videos on how he's been to mars and saw humans and aliens living in underground bases. The weirdest part is that he says he's been there by teleportation. From what I see on ATS, almost everyone rejects his words and I would too if I would stop at the horrible book he made called : Discovery of Life on Mars. That book seems to be bull* all the way but his youth stories are fascinating and don't sound 100% bs. Hard to say if he his lying or not since most of what he says is out of this world but there is a little info on the net about most of what he says.



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:20 AM
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Then we would no longer believe in our system today and stop sending money to GOD


Best place for the truth is in the past, search for old artwork of Mars and photos from the early days.

Lots of them show it as not red



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:23 AM
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I like your idea about animals may have been abducted for new diets. And the only reason I can think is many may become homesick and want to leave. And their want to leave may cause celestial encounters who hear them wishing to come get them. This doesnt only have to apply to Mars


Interesting thread I love Mars

S&F
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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:35 AM
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From a telescope it's red and that's the only way I've seen.I've read today about it not being red still if we could see it as we do the moon it would look red so to me it's still the red planet.so what colour is it then.



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:37 AM
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Originally posted by Uncertain1
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From a telescope it's red and that's the only way I've seen.I've read today about it not being red still if we could see it as we do the moon it would look red so to me it's still the red planet.so what colour is it then.


How big is the telescope in arpature and magnification?



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:42 AM
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why would they Never Avow Sighting Aliens ? I don't know perhaps an alien civilization would relate to national security our favorite topic for secrecy. As for life in general we've seen them come out with proof when they think they have it:

NASA Press Release


The NASA-funded team found the first organic molecules thought to be of Martian origin; several mineral features characteristic of biological activity; and possible microscopic fossils of primitive, bacteria-like organisms inside of an ancient Martian rock that fell to Earth as a meteorite. This array of indirect evidence of past life will be reported in the August 16 issue of the journal Science, presenting the investigation to the scientific community at large for further study. The two-year investigation was co-led by JSC planetary scientists Dr. David McKay, Dr. Everett Gibson and Kathie Thomas-Keprta of Lockheed-Martin, with the major collaboration of a Stanford team headed by Professor of Chemistry Dr. Richard Zare, as well as six other NASA and university research par



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:52 AM
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Originally posted by Uncertain1
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so what colour is it then.


Red.


Well ... much of the iron has rusted, giving the red desert appearance ... is my understanding ... Obviously rust indicating H2O in some form ... If the red is indeed rust .. then perhaps there was a time, when the iron had not rusted .. and the red was not so apparent ... more likely around the same time its magnetic field was active .. and its core was active ... and who knows what else (or who else) was active on Mars .. at a point in time

Im unsure about the colour of its atmosphere though ... ie .. when looking up to the martian sky from its surface ..
I remember NASA showing as a pic a lander took of that vantage point .. and the sky was blue .. just like ours ..

Within hours .. they had changed it to red .. and said when they first added the artificial colour .. they made it blue because the operator made a 'wrong assumption', which they then corrected ..
But that was many years ago, and, if im not mistaken, i think the Mars atmosphere is supposed to have a similar tinge as ours ?
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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:52 AM
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I personally don't think they are hiding anything when it comes to Mars.
They just don't know for sure when or if there was life on the planet.
They do know as do we all do now, that there was water all over the surface at one point, and where there is water, at least here on this planet, there is life.
But I don't buy into the conspiracy theory that they are hiding facts about Mars from us. I've seen several pictures from the Mars surface that at first glance look like there is still things living on Mars, but until we send a human being there to actually do some serious testing and digging, we will not know for certain.



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:54 AM
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Originally posted by Segenam

Originally posted by Uncertain1
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so what colour is it then.


Red.


Well ... much of the iron has rusted, giving the red desert appearance ... is my understanding ... Obviously rust indicating H2O in some form ...

Im unsure about the colour of its atmosphere though ... ie .. when looking up to the martian sky from its surface ..
I remember NASA showing as a pic a lander took of that vantage point .. and the sky was blue .. just like ours ..

Within hours .. they had changed it to red .. and said when they first added the artificial colour .. they made it blue because the operator made a 'wrong assumption', which they then corrected ..
But that was many years ago, and, if im not mistaken, i think the Mars atmosphere is supposed to have a similar tinge as ours ?


I assume all photographs are post edited from NASA they even have colour indicators on the probes so they can adjust them.

Best way to know, get a group together and launch your own probe. I don't know why those with the abillity don't do it when school kids can launch a camera high enough to see the curvature of the planet.



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 11:55 AM
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South Carolina is Red/Orange soil. Parts of Virginia have red soil.



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 12:06 PM
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Originally posted by zookey
Best way to know, get a group together and launch your own probe.

Aahaaa .. How am i supposed to get my own probe to mars .. and send me a picture of its atmosphere from its surface ...

I'm open to suggestions .. I have a tube of smarties .. some string .. and a firework here .. to start me off ..



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 12:10 PM
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Hi. Yes. I have seen reddish soil .. i assume its the same thing as they suggest happened on mars .. an amount of iron in the soil / surface, that is perhaps rusted ..

Although with regards to reddish soil i have seen on earth .. i guess i cant rule out some sort of bacteria or what not ... i have seen bright orange soil, my dad used to tell me it was some sort of clay ? .. i dont know ..



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 12:25 PM
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it ain't as if were all gona pack up and go take a look for ourselves is it really.


Maybe not us regular Joes, but enterprises would then see a lot more potential to the planet and actually conceive civil missions to Mars... and that may not be something TPTB desires in a way or another, for now.

Because having present or past life on Mars boosts its value through the roof. New animals could be sold, introduced in the food chain, weaponized, remains of past life, whether it was only microbial, animal or from an intelligent civilization would sell very high on different markets, etc.

Presented as a dead world with no capacities to support life in any way, the trip becomes more costly and dangerous.

Imagine the oil companies joining on a venture of prospection and drilling on Mars... They would be free to rape and destroy the planet for profit... heck, they already do it here.



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 01:00 PM
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You have to take the word of NASA because they provide the only Martian photos from anywhere in the vicinity. Nasa landers and space probes along with Hubble images (Hubble is a ESA/NASA cooperative) of Mars (which are red) they are the best images of and from Mars we have.




The Mars program was a series of unmanned spacecraft launched by the Soviet Union between 1960 and 1973. The spacecraft were intended to explore Mars, and included flyby probes, landers and orbiters.
Early Mars spacecraft were small, and launched by Molniya rockets. Starting with two failures in 1969, the heavier Proton-K rocket was used to launch larger 5 tonne spacecraft, consisting of an orbiter and a lander to Mars. The orbiter bus design was likely somewhat rushed into service and immature, considering that it performed very reliably in the Venera variant after 1975. This reliability problem was common to much Soviet space hardware from the late 1960s and early 1970s and was largely corrected with a deliberate policy, implemented in the mid-1970s, of consolidating (or "debugging") existing designs rather than introducing new ones.
In addition to the Mars program, the Soviet Union also sent a probe to Mars as part of the Zond program; Zond 2, however it failed en route. Two more spacecraft were sent during the Fobos program. In 1996, Russia launched Mars 96, its first interplanetary mission since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, however it failed to depart Earth orbit.



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