posted on Jun, 19 2013 @ 04:33 PM
reply to post by Just Chris
S&F, thanks for posting. The scale of the 1st and 3rd images is pretty immense, considering they are next to impact craters. While Mars doesn't have
much of an atmosphere, erosion is well at work on the surface. These large plateaus have some right angles, some differing angles. From what I have
seen, a person would be hard-pressed to find similarly shaped plateaus on Earth. The sides are pretty stark, too, clearly defined. Also, consider
some of the smaller plateaus on top of the large plateaus --the raised, flat surfaces on the plateau surface. These could be large structures of some
The circular, middile image is the most intriguing, as it seems to be artificial elements surrounded by an artificial (constructed) circular barrier.
This seems similar to aerial/satellite imagery of ancient Native American dwellings in the American southwest, as well as parts of Central and South
Of course, these are just "possibilities." Obviously, there is no hard proof one way or the other. Until we set foot upon that planet and
investigate, or send more rovers/robots to cover these interesting areas, we won't know for sure. From what I have seen of OTHER images from Mars,
there is great likelihood that there is more to Mars than we have been told.
edit on 19-6-2013 by GhostLancer because: Typo