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Belfast Telegraph - ‎29 minutes ago‎
Nasa is preparing to unveil a 'major finding' today that has raised speculation that it may have found signs of life on Mars.
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As the excitement builds, one suggestion is that experts will announce the discovery of microbial life on the planet but a more likely scenario is evidence of flowing water.

That theory was given a boost by new that scientist Lujendra Ojha, of the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, will attend the Nasa announcement.

He first came up with the theory that Mars has liquid salt water flowing through it during warmer months.

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Until this year it was thought Mars was too cold to host water and it just had ice. But in April it was discovered the soil was damp with liquid brine, which lowers the freezing point.

 

That discovery came from Nasa's four-wheel drive Curiosity Rover which is currently probing the barren landscape of the planet.

Last month the Curiosity, which has been based on the Red Planet for three years, found rocks a metre under the surface containing up to four times as much water as previously thought.

There has also been satellite images of what looked like an old riverbed, with round pebbles indicating flowing water was once there.

 

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As expected...

The Guardian - ‎32 minutes ago‎
Satellite images have identified narrow streaks that appear on slopes during warm seasons, lengthen, and then fade when conditions become cooler.
So the news is that dark streaks on the surface of Mars have been analysed and are showing evidence of having been created by salty water. Clearly the next question is how much water lies under the surface of Mars?
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“There is liquid water today on the surface of Mars,” Michael Meyer, the lead scientist on Nasa’s Mars exploration programme, told the Guardian. “Because of this, we suspect that it is at least possible to have a habitable environment today.”

The water flows could point Nasa and other space agencies towards the most promising sites to find life on Mars, and to landing spots for future human missions where water can be collected from a natural supply.

Some of the earliest missions to Mars revealed a planet with a watery past. Pictures beamed back to Earth in the 1970s showed a surface crossed by dried-up rivers and plains once submerged beneath vast ancient lakes. Earlier this year, Nasa unveiled evidence of an ocean that might have covered half of the planet’s northern hemisphere in the distant past.

But occasionally, Mars probes have found hints that the planet might still be wet. Nearly a decade ago, Nasa’s Mars Global Surveyor took pictures of what appeared to be water bursting through a gully wall and flowing around boulders and other rocky debris. In 2011, the high-resolution camera on Nasa’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured what looked like little streams flowing down crater walls from late spring to early autumn. Not wanting to assume too much, mission scientists named the flows “recurring slope lineae” or RSL.

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EXCERPT:

Here’s what General Stubblebine had to say about Mars, perhaps thanks to some intel from the Remote Viewing Program?

“There are structures on the surface of Mars. I will tell you for the record that there are structures underneath the surface of Mars that cannot be seen by the Voyager cameras that went by in 1976. I will also tell you that there are machines on the surface of Mars and there are machines under the surface of Mars that you can look at, you can find out in detail, you can see what they are, where they are, who they are and a lot of detail about them.” (Dolan, Richard. UFOs And The National Security State: New York: Richard Dolan Press)(source 2)

I’ll let you think about that for a moment. Is it really that farfetched? With all of the recent UFO/extraterrestrial phenomenon disclosure happening within the past few years, is it really hard to fathom the existence of structures, bases, etc. on the Moon and on Mars?

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"There are machines under the surface of mars that you can look at, you can find out in detail, you can see what they are, where they are, who they are and a lot of detail about them"

 

Ok. SHOW me the money. Don't just TALK about it. SHOW me. Or put a sock in it.

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I think it IS really hard to fathom the existence of structures, bases without any evidence. My kids say there is Santa and fairies at the bottom of the garden. It's a lot harder to prove it though.

Personally I think it is BS, so prove me wrong. I'll be open minded when I have concrete evidence.

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"There are machines under the surface of mars that you can look at, you can find out in detail, you can see what they are, where they are, who they are and a lot of detail about them"

 

Ok. SHOW me the money. Don't just TALK about it. SHOW me. Or put a sock in it.

 

You will have to ask Major General Stumblebine for that.

 

But there are others who agree with him... including Dr RAM.

 

These guys (see link) have even stranger tales to tell:

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You will have to ask Major General Stumblebine for that.

 

But there are others who agree with him... including Dr RAM.

 

These guys (see link) have even stranger tales to tell:

xx

"Major General STUMBLEBINE". Rofl

Dr Ram- chicken manure, worms and Bunny rabbits-he's having a laugh at your expense.

"Dr" in what, I wonder? Delusions? Or silly hats?

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The act of making new or secret information known- disclosure- isn't helped by half baked, unsubstantiated hocus pocus, is it?

Where's the boeuf?

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Where's the boeuf?

 

its in the water

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Where's the boeuf?

 

its in the water

Is it?

 

If "extra terrestrial" life boils down to a few single celled micro organisms, will that be satisfactory for the "disclosure" thesis?

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Engadget - ‎21 hours ago‎
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If you asked most star-gazers about water on Mars a month ago, you'd likely be told there is evidence for liquid H2O in the past, but it's probably long gone.
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Curiosity has been investigating sedimentary rock around an area known as the Gale crater. The depth of the crater, and the fine-grained sandstone at the bottom hint at a large, lake-like body of water that remained over an extended period of time. This, in turn, adds fuel to the theory Mars once had the right atmospheric pressure, and a climate that didn't cause water to freeze. The question about water on Mars, of course, is really a preamble to the question about the red planet's ability to support life.

Curiosity's findings can't confirm life on Mars, but they do suggest the essential ingredients for biological soup (water and microbe-friendly conditions) were there.

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MORE Evidence of conditions on Mars - A historical nuclear war ??

 

John Brandenburg | Nuclear Destruction, Ancient Civilizations, & Other Mars Mysteries

 

"I have been told privately that there is oxygen in the Martian atmosphere. It should not be there."

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Confessions of Naval Intelligence Officer-JFK Assassination, UFO’s, ET’s, the Giza Pyramids and Cydonia Mars Connections

EXCERPT - from article by Dave Hodges

 

Cydonia Pyramids

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Egypt Pyramids

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Egypt

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Cydonia

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Orion stars

A striking characteristic of the pyramids and Sphinx of Giza is the way in which they are integrated into a grand architectural plan, based on mathematical and astronomical data.

The two narrow shafts emanating from inside the Great Pyramid were directed to two specific stars: Zeta Orionis, one of the three stars in Orion’s belt, and Sirius, in the constellation of Canis Major. Both Cydonia and Giza pyramids share this commonality. I defer to Richard Hoagland for more a detailed explanation and comparison.

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Hoagland, with the help of experts has made the connection between a number of intriguing mathematical and geographical connections between Cydonia and Giza. Mathmetician Torun, while working for Hoagland, was first to realize that one of the large pyramids on Mars, the D&M Pyramid, contains a variety of functions and constants used in a sophisticated mathematical system known as tetrahedral, sacred geometry which represents the Tesla science known as Hyperdimensional Physics.

Evidence of such advanced and non three-dimensional mathematics on both planets at the same relative location on each planet, demonstrates a conscious design. Hoagland and his associates discovered that the most important recurring feature found in the mathematics of Cydonia is the value 0.865 – derived from the ratio of ‘e’ (an important mathematical constant equal to 2.7) and pi (the mathematical constant of 3.142 used to calculate the properties of spheres and circles). This Hoagland calls the ‘message of Cydonia’ A trigonometrical function, that arc tangent of ‘e’/pi, gives the value of 40.8 that is the Mars latitude on which both the D&M Pyramid and the NK Pyramid are sited. Amazingly, another trigonometrical function, the cosine of ‘e’/pi, gives the value 30, which is the exact geographical latitude of the pyramids of Giza on Earth. Hoagland has demonstrated that the Great Pyramid of Giza contains tetrahedral or sacred geometry functions identical to those of the D&M Pyramid on Mars...

 

> http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2015/10/25/confessions-of-naval-intelligence-officer-jfk-assassination-ufos-ets-the-giza-pyramids-and-cydonia-mars-connections/

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NASA's new Mars findings
MSNBC-12 hours ago
Loren Grush, Science Reporter for The Verge, joins Thomas Roberts to discuss exciting new findings about the atmosphere of Mars, and the ..

NASA's MAVEN reveals how Mars may have lost its water

 

Nasa Mars announcement: Agency likely to announce how Red ...
The Independent-Nov 5, 2015
The HiRISE camera aboard Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter acquired this closeup image of a "fresh" (on a geological scale, though quite ...

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The Maven Mission is finding what it was intended to find - as we learn from this "old" video

 

Wallace Thornhill: Reinterpreting the MAVEN Mission to Mars | EU2014

 

Published on 19 Apr 2014

Wal Thornhill looked critically at the assumptions behind the recent MAVEN Mars Probe (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution Mission.) The probe, NASA says, seeks to measure the loss of volatiles from the Martian atmosphere in order to draw conclusions about the planet's remote past. He reminded us that all of the scientific objectives of the MAVEN Mission were developed under standard assumptions about a 4 billion-year old solar system. What's more, Wal showed how, under the inertia of belief systems, evidence can be distorted or ignored and contrasted this with the rapidly accumulating evidence for a highly catastrophic and recent history of Mars.

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Answer this, Skeptics! What have we got here??

 

mars-dome.jpg

 

Rover Finds Mysterious Dome on Mars
POSTED ON NOVEMBER 25, 2015 IN ODDITIES | 1884 VIEWS | LEAVE A RESPONSE

Holy Buckminster Fuller! Is that a dome on the surface of Mars? A photograph taken by the Opportunity Rover shows what appears to be a dome or dome-topped structure on the Martian surface. Is it real? What is it made of? Does this mean Martians have a football team?

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The pictures were taken on Sol 4073 (Martian Day 4073 or 2015-07-10 UTC on Earth) by the Opportunity rover’s panoramic camera (Pancam). The structure is easy to spot as it sits forward on a hill and is the largest raised formation in the area. Its isolation and surface – which appears to be different than the surrounding rocks and soil – makes it look like it doesn’t belong in the natural layout of the area. If it’s not natural, what is it?

> http://artbell.com/rover-finds-mysterious-dome-on-mars/

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Answer this, Skeptics! What have we got here??

 

mars-dome.jpg

Rover Finds Mysterious Dome on Mars

POSTED ON NOVEMBER 25, 2015 IN ODDITIES | 1884 VIEWS | LEAVE A RESPONSE

 

Holy Buckminster Fuller! Is that a dome on the surface of Mars? A photograph taken by the Opportunity Rover shows what appears to be a dome or dome-topped structure on the Martian surface. Is it real? What is it made of? Does this mean Martians have a football team?

far-away-570x2651.jpg

The pictures were taken on Sol 4073 (Martian Day 4073 or 2015-07-10 UTC on Earth) by the Opportunity rovers panoramic camera (Pancam). The structure is easy to spot as it sits forward on a hill and is the largest raised formation in the area. Its isolation and surface which appears to be different than the surrounding rocks and soil makes it look like it doesnt belong in the natural layout of the area. If its not natural, what is it?

> http://artbell.com/rover-finds-mysterious-dome-on-mars/

cool.

 

here's the picture on nasa

http://mars.nasa.gov/mer/gallery/all/1/p/4073/1P489773398EFFCNK6P2413R1M1.JPG

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Huffington Post

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Last week, I participated in a press event at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston promoting the DVD and Blu-ray release of The Martian movie.

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Times Gazette

- ‎15 hours ago‎











NASA's Curiosity rover finally reached another target destination on Mars, exploring the two story high sand dunes that are located on the lower base of Mount Sharp as it will start its new investigation of these remarkable features.

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