Is this a City on Mars?

Using a photo of NASA’s, I decided to change the red planet Mars to earth color. This is what I got!

Images taken from the video clip.

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Is it really a city on Mars, including surrounding buildings and other unnatural objects outside the crater? You decide…

Source and author:  (youtube) Mars

 

 

15 responses to “Is this a City on Mars?

  1. Hi visit my channel on Youtube and see what you think of the following on MARS.
    Its almost a case of we have been there and its not new to us !
    1958 was not to long ago. Ask NASA what they did !

    Nice work
    Andrew

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  2. I admit there are a lot of strange objects on many mars photographs which could be an evidence for past or present life on this planet, but the picture in question shows nothing but those typical patterns you always get when you “play” with colors of photographs within a graphic tool or program. I remenber the story of those alleeged buildings in the Hale crater which at the end could be identified as digital data transfer noise and disturbances.

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  3. Sorry but it looks like a natural formation. Mars is a dead world, and if it was ever inhabited, it would have been very long ago and any ruins left behind would be buried or badly eroded.

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    • the main problem is that probes can only dig so far into the soil, so we cant rule out underground civilizations that may still exist, or even just life on a microbiological level, remember life lives in nearly every facet on earth so its not hard to fathom it surviving, even in a microbiological state, on mars.

      Luke

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      • Maybe. There is always a possibility of microorganisms on Mars, but any higher life is very likely gone. I would not be surprised if Mars was once teeming with life long time ago, and had oceans of water, but the problem was that its core stopped spinning and generating a protective magnetic shield. Most of its atmosphere evaporated into space, and the oceans dried up, leaving a desolate world. Whatever Martian life surviving would certainly have to be deep underground.

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      • well we cant accurately tell if the core stopped due to cooling of the core or if the core stopped due to a violent collision with a pseudo planet of which the damage can be seen on one mars’ faces, where a large portion has been “ground” away. Who knows really, we still dont even know what lives in the depths of our own planet yet, nor in the deepest reaches of the sea, our own world is more mysterious still than most people realize.

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  4. I believe Mars is teaming with life. If you have a big screen as I do (42″) The above video does not look like artifacts. The wall around the crater is exactly the same width. If this was an artifact then this would not happen. It would not remain the same color either. The link I attached has some very clear evidence of life on mars that I just can’t dismiss. Thank you TTBTS. RPeternell

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    • well actually the soil would all remain the same color due to different starta’s of rock as you go deeper, with different densities, it also depends on the composition of the rock that made the crater. If it was low density it could have only taken off the top layers in a splash, much like a water balloon hitting concrete and only moving the dust layers but not the rock. Also from the shape of the impact it indicates the rock must have come in at a high angle due to the circular splash rather than low angles which leave uneven depressions in the soil. So just saying that the walls surrounding the crater being the same height is not grounds for proof, as there are many examples of the same effect on earth:

      heres one for you, do note it is alot deeper due to hitting soft rock and sand.

      Luke

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  5. I hope this video inspires the open mind.

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  6. @nanoduck et al.
    There is a great deal of information about life on Mars. Andy Basiago made two trips there as a child, teleported from an unusual elevator at the Hughes Aircraft factory in El Segundo, California. On his second visit he walked around for three hours. At first he had breathing apparatus, but the other Americans already there laughed at him, so he removed it and was fine, though the atmosphere is thin, much like at high mountain elevations on Earth. He encountered a creature that had a human-like head but the body like that of a slug. Later, after visiting a stone house one of the earth pioneers lived in, they were chased by another nasty creature. http://www.projectmars.net In fact, Barack Obama was also in a student Mars program and went to Mars by teleportation (officially known as jump rooms). http://exopolitics.blogs.com/exopolitics/2011/11/mars-visitors-basiago-and-stillings-confirm-barack-obama-traveled-to-mars-1.html Basiago has many interviews online (YouTube and mp3), I have listened to about 5 hours worth.

    On Project Camelot there are several extensive interviews with a Livermore physicist named Arthur Neumann aka Henry Deacon. He went to Mars several times for strategic meetings and for technical support, once staying for several months in the underground facility/city that he says has 670,000 people (human and ET). That city has been there for thousands of years. http://projectcamelot.org/livermore_physicist_3.html ” He mentions the location.

    Textbooks, NASA, Wikipedia etc. have lied. The truth is that Mars is inhabited, and that there ancient ruins scattered about. These credible witnesses reveal a great deal. Check them out.

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    • Trolls in the hardware… dont you have anything better to do than sit in your mums basement looking at blogs and spouting rubbish? or do you find this a fun activity in your lunch break at wendy’s?

      get a life or better yet have some proper input into a discussion

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      • @Luke, sorry, I’m a retired electrical engineer from California living in an SE Asian country, no basement, no need to work at Wendy’s. You are the one that needs to wake up to truth. Look at this new item: http://www.thetruthbehindthescenes.org/2012/02/26/project-pegasus-travelling-to-mars-teleportation-and-jump-rooms/

        You can follow the links there to find reliable, corroborated info, nothing from rogue blogs by any means. It appears that you are deeply hooked into party-line science, which is largely incomplete and propped up with well-maintained lies.

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      • Well actually im a mechanical engineer (also encompassing electrical), and im very open to new ideas, concepts and designs. I can however, not believe that someone traveled to mars on an elevator from an air force base and was laughed at for keeping his helmet on on the planet because it had an atmosphere that he could breath in, if you actually did some research you would find that in order for humans to survive we need O2 and mars is devoid of it due to the destruction of its magnetic shield followed by loss of a possible ozone layer type shielding, meaning it cooked like an egg and is now an empty shell on the surface, just like what would happen to earth in the same circumstances. Now please, im all open to the ideas that we may have traveled there already without the public knowing, but to purport that we have a base there stocked with people and that they can breath in the open atmosphere is utter rubbish to me in light of what we know, and please don’t spout the whole “what we think we know” and “well maintained lies” as it is quite observable across the solar system as to which planets are liveable and which aren’t. I will concede that i don’t know everything but based upon my knowledge and research, it does not sound PLAUSIBLE that we can breath and walk around on mars’ surface.

        Luke

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  7. “Mars”the dead planet on the surface,but beneath,what lies under the surface,I understand that every exploration on mars is “Surface Based”,what if they send a “Remote Driil Rig Type Explorer”to go drilling 50-100meters or so,almost certain what beneath the surface holds more”info”than what the “Mars Surface”has to offer,any suggestions,opinions?

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    • The main problem we have is that the probes we send are being controlled across a distance of 225 million km which means the signals from the transmissions on the rovers take approx 10mins to reach earth at a rate of roughly 300,000 kilometers a second, but can only be sent while the probe is “visible” (facing) earth or a satellite that can bounce the message back to earth. This leads to problems with drilling where a cave could collapse, a pressure fault, caverns there are many many variables that could disable or destroy the probe. This is why they are trying to put together a team of scientists to travel to mars and back (for the first few trips, possible bases would follow) to collect the data from depths probes cant. Also a probe can only run for around 6months (depending on mars’ rotation, it also has seasons) and only a certain distance from its landing site, whereas a human only needs food and tools to work and the right protective gear for the surface.

      Now as to what we could find below the surface: subterranean lifeforms, underground rivers, ecosystems, rich mineral deposits, new elements, the imagination is the real word here, we have no clue. the core of mars stopped spinning long ago resulting in the loss of magnetic shielding and subsequent roasting of the planets surface. This also could have opened up underground areas with subterranean climates and possibly plants and animals or micro organisms that have adapted to life without air or sunlight sort of like some of the cave dwelling creatures on earth. I personally don’t like to think that there may be nothing as it would be a large disappointment to know our nearest neighbor had nobody home, so i remain optimistic.

      Luke

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