November 18, 2014

Giant Structure Found On Mars, Nov 18, 2014, UFO Sighting News.

Date of discovery: November 18, 2014
Location of discovery: Mars
NASA source: http://ida.wr.usgs.gov/fullres/divided/e10004/e1000462a.jpg
Chance of being real: 97%

This photo was taken by the Global Mars Surveyor mission. I was searching through some NASA photos and came across this one that shows a foundation in a square pattern. The lower left hand corner is still standing and has another smaller structure near it. This structure takes ups a whopping 20% of the entire photo! These walls (building actually) were just one large structure, but over millions of years in space, they get covered by cosmic dust particles and get buried. It would take millions of years for that to happen. This is an archaeologists dream come true. It doesn't get more intestine than studying a ancient culture on another world. SCW



18 comments:

  1. Why is there only a 97% chance of it being real?

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    1. Because 100% needs a closer examination, like touching distance or hands on confirmation with people checking it out.

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    2. do we know the size or dimensions?

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  2. Actually this has been discovered before in 2010. Here: http://www.forumbiodiversity.com/archive/index.php/t-3366.html

    Great to see this picture back in the spotlights!

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  3. this picture is from 2002

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  4. In the original photo, the face of mars below.

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  5. While it has a definite geometric shape, until we actually put close eyes on it and study it, I would reserve judgement on it being a building. Natural weathering and events can create geometric shapes. In fact, you can find many such examples that have nothing to do with intelligence, just random chance.

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    1. Toeval bestaat niet. Dat er.mensen zijn die nog in toeval geloven is en grap.

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  6. Well, I'll grant it this much: it appears very interesting that 3 out of the four corners appear to be straight and connected.

    It almost looks like it could be the very battered remains of an outpost or base.

    Does this mean that there is any guarantee that it is artificial? No!

    Does it look like it'd be worth it to send a rover to investigate? Hell. YES!

    Oh, and I've noticed that only two if my very short comments have appeared. Given that there are a bunch of much longer comments that have not yet appeared, which I'd devoted quite a bit of time and thought into typing, it is rather discouraging to see that they haven't yet appeared.

    Is there any reason for that? Because it doesn't seem worth the time typing anything here if it isn't guaranteed that anyone else will be able to see it!

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  7. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDWF8D-kgBw

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  8. I endorse this as a definite archaeological find. To pump prime the world economy, we need to build space ships to Mars. We need to send teams of explorers, scientists, archaeologists, explorers, etc to Mars. Plus we must be clear with our EXOPOLITICS just in case there are still living Martians on that planet. This is it.

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  9. Look what I found Scott! http://m.huffpost.com/uk/entry/6190666

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    1. LOL, he is welcome to his views. No everyone has an open mind, but for him to publish it...he most be considering the possibilities that exist. Its a step forward for him.

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  10. NASA deliberately blurs out these photos. I've seen some people with advanced software remove the blurs.

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  11. In the lower right corner...seems to be a pyramid....

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  12. Scientists have announced the existence of a more advanced civilization http://rrnews.ru/news/u3037/2014/11/22/91953

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  13. I have seen a lot of these supposed findings on the moon and mars but this is the first one that really seems to be legit. BTW I came here because of youtuber Dahboo77 (his alt channel Dahboo777). I will have a look around at what else you have found, good work.

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