Mars Anomalies

…..Mars has many anomalies.  The first is the water on Mars.  We were told that Mars is only dust and that there is no water. Some even said that the ice at the poles was carbon dioxide – dry ice.  The photographs coming back from that planet now show otherwise.  They are in the gallery below.  They speak for themselves.  Blow them up and see the liquid, and the bed of the ponds and craters, and see the sides of the slopes of the craters.  The colour shows water movement.  The blue photo on the bottom is direct from NASA, and they say it is water.  Notice the raised middle of the crater and the wrinkled look of the sand.  This will happen if the sand is saturated and there is a wind blowing over the top.  It is the same wrinkled pattern as the raised sand in first photo in the first line.  If you also blow these photos right up, they show the edge of the shore lines, and where the water runs over the edge of the craters.  In some of the photos look at the off-colour fines, the grey to blue clay, that runs down the side of the craters into the ponds.  This only happens with liquid taking the fine clay particles from the soil and running them down to the pond bed.  This is especially obvious in the third photo in the first line of the gallery, though it is in others.  If you are using Google Mars to search for water in craters, I suggest you use the infrared, as then if the water is ice, and it has a thin layer of dust on the top, it will still appear to be seen through to the bottom.  Notice the difference between a dry crater bottom, which is curved and raised, and non defined edges, whereas with water and ice the edges at the shoreline are exact and precise.  They are very different and obvious.

…..There are other anomalies such as what appears to be an upright monolith.  While a monolith is part of the story of the last miniseries, and I have an artist’s impression of it in the book, here is what it really looks like.  There is also a photo from the Mars Rover with a light shining upward in the distance near the horizon.  Obviously it should not be there under the data we are given about the planet.  There are also an interesting rock formations that looks like a machine.  We are intrigued by the very rear of the photo, which shows the shadow of an attachment to whatever this is.  That shadow is too unusual for it to belong to a natural phenomena.  There are photos of landscapes that appear to be vegetation.  Likely they are not, but crystalline growths.  However, they are certainly worth further investigation.  It is an interesting planet.  The photos are from NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratories or just straight Google Mars.  You work out what you think they are.

…..There are many photos of the rover and a nearby creek bed, and the soil looks to have moisture content within it, and also due to this it is sticking to the rover’s wheel treads.  See what you think.

…..There are also anomalies that give the impression they are old intelligently made artifacts, and there is even a 130 meter wide perfectly round tunnel dug into the ice in the north pole.  The last pictures in this series have an impression of Mars now, and Mars before it lost its water.   And the very last picture is of the moon Phobos, and the reported monolith that appears to be there.  You judge what you find.  If you have read all the Sequetus Series books you will perhaps recognize some of these anomalies.

…..I have not shown the pyramids on Mars, though they obviously play a large part of the story in some of the Sequetus Series books, particularly in the first and last miniseries.  The first time I have heard of these pyramids mentioned was in 1951, in the PDC lectures.

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Click to expand all the photos in the gallery below.

  • Mars water 4
  • Marl-rock2
  • Mars-levetation-rock
  • Olympus Mons
  • PSP_007230_2170
  • Artifact-1
  • Face
  • Face 2
  • water1
  • images
  • Water in the soil on Mars
  • Mars water 3
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