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#776 2019-06-17 04:30:54

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Re: The Real Mars

Ok, pretty cool stuff today, or rain and our tree again.

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Top images are a landscape of shrub like plants, blue hills and overcast sky with some rain about.

Bottom our tree again, which is dead up top, (dry leaves and trunk up the top) but greener further down.

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Next one the trunk.

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Next some rain on the right hand side, top.

And bottom, a landscape of partially dead shrubs.

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Top a landscape of dead or partially dead shrubs, (CP shows strong green and there may be water drops on the lenze again).

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Probably our best look at this elusive tree, with green down the bottom and coffee color further up or dead up the top.

It seems that this part of Mars has had some major drought conditions recently, but from the rainclouds this cycle has probably broken.

A long way from NASA's dead rock!

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#777 2019-06-18 05:53:31

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Something new today...

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https://mars.nasa.gov/imgs/2015/12/pia2 … 6-full.jpg

Found this river in the distance, which is at least 5km away, so the rovers reflection is pretty much discounted in this post.

There is a large building or warehouse, on the left, and more right, and a large sphere structure in the middle.

Next another structure, and next shows a bridge crossing the river, (the reflection is easy to see) and the rest on the right and next down is very likely showing  a metropolitan area or small town.

We know now that Mars has rain and air pressures similar to our own, and temp's similar to our desert areas, (can't have vegetation at minus 200) so this should be of no suprise.

Whether grays, humanoids and the reptilian race all live together or in separate zones is still a mystery, but speaking of the reptilian race, (saw one of them in my video, camouflaged) this video l found today covers one mystery.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVgaD2f8hYI

Or they mention a reptilian or alligator looking race existing with the Egyptians, (Earth) which does explain the alligator type sculptures or buildings l have found and posted here currently on Mars.

Also learned this week to my dismay that some are beyond rational discussion, or show them solid evidence that they are wrong and they attack more, or that some subjects cannot be discussed, (this is one, but there are plenty more).

You can laugh about it, but not much else, although in 2035 or so, all of this will be released to the general public,......can't wait!

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#778 2019-06-18 16:54:37

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Re: The Real Mars

That is quite the sand dume to be blasted by with the mars winds....I agree that there are some interesting features to the dark streaks...

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#779 2019-06-19 02:53:00

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SpaceNut wrote:

That is quite the sand dume to be blasted by with the mars winds....I agree that there are some interesting features to the dark streaks...

And then some.

Ok, flowering plants today, (NASA may have slipped up).

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First is the large leaves or branches or whatever near the red dot, (CP shows green) and some martian plants or prickles on the left; the larger right hand image shows it better, (mainly burnt orange but some strong grass green is still there) and the one on the left, is the best.

And bottom image an interesting rock formation with a pool of water up top. This looks similar to the rock on the wall, that looked like a spider someone posted on this thread some time ago, and may be a petrified flower, but l doubt that it is a petrified spider.

And now the NASA slipup.

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CP shows strong green and also white things, that are most likely large white flowers, as we get on Earth like prickles.

Blue sky and white flowering plant, which means insects and or bird-life.

Mars isn't dead.

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#780 2019-06-20 05:24:19

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More Martian plants today.

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The two gray arrows are pointing towards green shrubs or plants growing on a rock, etc, but the red arrow is pointing towards another dead tree, (CP shows burnt orange, with very little green). The plant on the right of the tree, also appears to have large white flowers, and certainly has a weird shape, but it is martian after all, at least there is no red weed, lol.

There are also other traces of green, which are most likely more prickles, but the one on the right, is most likely ferns or a thistle like plant.

The mars rover turret mast is just visible in the middle of the red and gray arrows, (right) so the green is stand alone plant life.

The other dot just shows it again, or proves that this isn't something on the rock, although green on a rock?

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#781 2019-06-21 03:40:15

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I thought that this thing in the middle was the rover, but it appears to be some structure.

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#782 2019-06-22 03:01:33

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This Sol is mainly full of plant reflections, which is fine.

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Top, shows the real Mars, or a landscape of scrawny, prickles and some cactus's or tree's, with blue mountains in the distance.

And there may even be grass about, partially dead, as most of these things are. And the second one shows what looks like more white flowers.

The rover drives past this, and they keep feeding the dead, rock to the masses, but the truth is always visible to the ones that want to see.

cool PS only a matter of time before l come across something grazing on all of this, and hopefully something bigger than a rat, (found plenty of those in my video).

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#783 2019-06-23 04:16:35

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https://www.exopolitics.org/nasa-caught … er-images/

Found this today or obvious tampering with Curiosity's supposedly raw image's.

I also did a search and couldn't find the image with the cutaway rock, so it looks as if NASA removed it.

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#784 2019-06-24 02:57:04

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Chock full of martian plants today, (and these are found on other rocks, so is not a rock detail).

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The CP shows mainly burnt orange, and l had to look hard to find any green. The left shows a tall, forest of ....probably prickles, and the right shows that some are suspended by a tall, branch, or the plant is suspended by a strong stem, with a flower, etc up top.

I thought that these where seeds, flying away in the wind, but l then noticed the stem. These things could also be fern type plants, going by the fern type frongs, but hard to say, but either way plant life.


Thought that l would add this irony...https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/22/scie … -life.html

Wondering, gee, all of the frickin plants everywhere, perhaps?

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#785 2019-06-26 03:10:12

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Looks more like some, old, potted metal than a rock.

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Left this weird thing, and right a real martian sunset.

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This weird thing again, and the base certainly doesn't look like a plant.

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#786 2019-06-28 04:14:27

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Ok, a little different today, or plants and other stuff.

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I would love to say that this is a house with chimney, but it is the rover with the sunsetting on the right, and a lot of dust or fairly strong winds blowing right to left.

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Another real Mars landscape of mainly prickles, (CP'ed the green areas) and what is most likely a giant lake in the distance, (the setting sun, right arrow is reflecting off of part of it; hard to tell if something is crossing this lake system, so l will stay with landmasses on either side.

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More martian plants, foreground, (likely with the green color present) and possibly another glimpse of the lake again, (faint blue color) and clouds in the sky, some of which could easily be rain bearing. I also noticed a few water droplets on the lenze again, so definately rain bearing clouds.

And now the best one.

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Yep, a root of a plant on this rock. And considering its shadow it is not a ref, of the rover, or unlikely to be a mineral deposit, (well it may be) but l am staying with sprouting plant from a seed that landed in this rock.

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#787 2019-06-29 03:41:25

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More sunsets and plants.

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The rovers camera turrent may be on the left, and what l thought was a footprint, but no more where found and not enough information to be sure.

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Next the usual landscape of plants, (rover may be on the left).

Got a closeup of some of these, right, and the CP shows brown/orange and the occasional spot of green, so mainly dead or dying plants, with apparently giant leaves.

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Next typical martian sunset, or a yellow sun with orange sunlight on a blue sky, same as what we get on Earth.

And  heavy rain on the left, hence the background hills being blurred, and some likely water droplets on the lenze again.

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#788 2019-06-29 09:19:13

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The first color does look interesting for being a foot print but the 3 one has 2 different size feet on the edges of the larger hard pan rock

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#789 2019-06-29 20:39:27

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SpaceNut wrote:

The first color does look interesting for being a foot print but the 3 one has 2 different size feet on the edges of the larger hard pan rock

Yep, l know and l wanted to say that it was but even with NASA possibly photoshopping other ones out, l can't say that it is, but it is possible.

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#790 2019-07-01 03:31:07

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Another pretty cool image of the real Martian landscape, but first...

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The green things in the forground are low lying shrubs or plants, CP shows a mixture of green and orange, so shraggly plants.

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Left middle, an overcast sky is looming, top, shows a landscape of, bottom image vegetation on the hill side, and probably the rover on the right, all of the other things shown here is a mystery?

THis is my favorite. smile

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Top images show a mountain with the top lopped off, but the very top one, shows smoke coming out of the top, or it is a more distant view of the factory l spotted earier.

Bottom is this almost prehistoric looking landscape of large birds, tall mountains and palm trees.

But the bird like thing, is most likely the sculpture l also spotted earlier, and the palm is a tree, with the CP showing strong green up top, but less so going down the trunk, so l wouldn't say palm tree, but fern or tree l don't have any issues with.

The rest of the green is vegetation, but this really brings home the fact that Mars is not a dead rock, but another Earth like planet.

NASA is developing a new plasma drive that should be able to get there within 2 months, so the prospect of humans circling Mars in 2033 is likely.

And full disclosure also likely shortly after.

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#791 2019-07-03 02:57:41

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Overcast sky and plants today.

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A green landscape, sun trying to poke through the overcast sky or clouds, and a darker thing up the top, which has a strong green, so probably a branch.

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Next these green, (CP shows strong, grass green) plants growing up this hill. My orientation might be out, looking at more distant tree's or large ferms, etc, but l am using the hill ones as a guide.

The first image may also show streaked water droplets on the lenze, which is no surprize considering that this is an overcast with an occasional shower day.

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#792 2019-07-06 03:00:00

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thought this might be something, alien copper stamp, but probably just the rovers reflection.

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This one is more interesting,..cloudy overcast day, but the blue sky is still coming through up the top, blue mountains, mist coming in, and some dead plants on the left.

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#793 2019-07-08 03:14:51

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More martian plants today.

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Top, left these partially dead plants, (CP mainly shows burnt orange) and some more in the distance.

Middle, overcast sky.

Bottom, rovers shadow and blue sky.

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I am quite convinced now, after spending years running through these images, that someone is placing reflective, flat rocks in the rovers pre-determined path, so we can get a reasonably good look at the real mars.

This one looks like someone propped it up with a flat rock so it wouldn't fall over.

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#794 2019-07-08 05:17:02

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Interesting...looks like there is the "S" symbol at the bottom right of the rock in that last photo. It might be a trick of the light, but the "S" symbol does seem rather ubiquitous on Mars. 


Tmcom wrote:

More martian plants today.

https://i.imgur.com/LxWQQ54.jpg

Top, left these partially dead plants, (CP mainly shows burnt orange) and some more in the distance.

Middle, overcast sky.

Bottom, rovers shadow and blue sky.

https://i.imgur.com/OYw6IBu.jpg

I am quite convinced now, after spending years running through these images, that someone is placing reflective, flat rocks in the rovers pre-determined path, so we can get a reasonably good look at the real mars.

This one looks like someone propped it up with a flat rock so it wouldn't fall over.

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#795 2019-07-08 16:40:09

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Tmcom the couple posted images show lots of running water channels that have been cut through the stone and dirt of the area and one has a dark streak with in it. Not sure if its wet or not....

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#796 2019-07-09 04:47:04

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SpaceNut wrote:

Tmcom the couple posted images show lots of running water channels that have been cut through the stone and dirt of the area and one has a dark streak with in it. Not sure if its wet or not....

Not sure which one you are referring to, but dark usually means wet or damp sand or dirt under the surface crust.

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#797 2019-07-10 04:49:07

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Oook, artwork and plants today.

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Things on the left are most likely plants also, but the ones under the arrows are the best examples.

Blue hills and a martian plant, (CP mainly shows burnt orange, and l had to try really hard to pick up any green, so a mainly dead of dying martian plant) nothing new.

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Bottom one, sunset with a bright white or yellow sun, no blue!

Ones above that looks like the locals are doing the art gig again, this may be something else, but seriously looks like a puzzled gray with an astonished expression on its face depiction.

I won't be surprized if l find a gray depiction shacking its head or slapping its forehead, lol.

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#798 2019-07-12 04:06:41

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Usual today, plants, sunsets, powerlines...

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Sunsets and plants or tree's.

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Blue mountains and green plants dotting the landscape, (dark green patches).

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And the martian powerlines, (arrows show two but a more distant one is just visible).

This might be phone lines, but that doesn't explain the distance between poles up the top, only high energy transmission lines explains the design.

So it seems that homesteads may use their own power systems, but the citys rely on power generation from a distant location, as we do or used to!

Or l havn't seen any wind turbines in the last 600 odd image l have been through, overall.

But they no doubt centralize energy production primary using magnetic, vortex systems that last for hundreds of years and emit nothing. We could too if we didn't keep burying it for inefficient systems and oil.

But when this is revealed all will be revealed.

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#799 2019-07-13 04:21:50

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Ok, pretty cool find today or a rock that has been moved, but first...

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Blue sky, clouds, plants, trees.

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This looks like this rock has been deliberately pushed from left to right, by.....looking from the likely footprints going down the embankment in the sand, one of the alligator type beings, (this fits the short gumboot type shoe, l saw on one of these beings looking back at the camera in my Mars Truth Video) could be the culprit.

But either way the impression perfectly fits the rock, and this is flat ground so no ground tremors or such could account for this movement, only someone or something walking down before the rovers got there or during, and pushing it is the only real explanation.

And this was recent or otherwise wind and rain would have reduced or wiped the impression or groove indentation away.

Pesky locals.

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#800 2019-07-17 04:03:33

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Trying to convince myself that this isn't a distant martian lake, but it sure looks like it?

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