posted on Nov, 6 2011 @ 11:53 AM
Like I keep pointing out, we were 'shocked' to discover people in the New World. We were 'shocked' to discover people in Asutralia.
I have a real feeling that we'll be finding people, as well as aliens, all over space.
Just look at Earth. If you were going to plant a colony somewhere in this neighbourhood, Earth would be the first choice. Except that Mars looks like
it used to be somewhat similar so perhaps there were two locales.
I've seen hundreds of Mars images which scream artificial construction. I wasn't joking about the Time Team reference. Have any of you ever seen
just what fragmnets of neolithic pottery look like yet we are capable of reconstructing them in their original form.
Prehistoric (and even post-Roman, e.g. Saxon) buildings were constructed from natural materials, nothing of which usually survives, yet we can
reconstruct them from shading in the soil.
ANY straight line of virtually identically-sized 'bricks' is not evidence that there might be minerals which might suggest that there was water N
trillion years ago - it is indicative that someone or something shaped them and put them there. The fact that it is being referred to as 'Homestead'
and not 'Body of Water' or 'Lakefront' should be quite a large clue....
Again, there is even a misdirection with the comicasl dinosar skeleton. This is to unconsciously steer your vision to what could be 'below' the soil
line as opposed to what was most likely 'above' the soil line, e.g. an artificial construction.