Do not know what to make of this image this man has found while he was scanning the surface of Mars,is it a glitch of some kind?, some kind of anomaly
from the software he used?;So far NASA have not responded , for the record i do believe it entirely plausible that ancient civilizations could once
have colonized Mars or that it was even visited by ET intelligences now or in the past;If this turns out to be a legit unnatural object then it will
open a whole can of worms on a number ET questions , like did some of them even colonize earth after some ancient disaster forced them of Mars??
There was also a video released stating that this object was nothing more than a large ICE mineral deposit, they are found apparently all over the
surface of Mars , this video is included below, some how can help but feel that this ice deposit explanation is not right;Of course my feelings on the
ice deposit are just a personnel one and not a scientific one so forgive me if i sound unprofessional on this one;Thoughts anyone;
We have all heard of little green men from Mars. But now an American 'armchair astronaut' claims to have discovered a mysterious structure on the
surface of the red planet - by looking on Google earth. David Martines, whose YouTube video of the 'station' has racked up over 200,000 hits so far,
claims to have randomly uncovered the picture while scanning the surface of the planet one day.
Uncovered: David Martines believes he has found a structure on the surface of Mars - by looking at Google Mars
The white dot in the centre of the screen has set the blogosphere alight with rumours of a secret base
He even lists the co-ordinates 49'19.73"N 29 33'06.53"W so others can go see the anomaly for themselves. In a pre recorded 'fly by' video of the
object, Mr Martines describes what he thinks the station might be.
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