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    STUNNING pictures of objects (and aliens) on Mars


    At first I was skeptic. People discovering artifacts and aliens just by looking at some photos of Mars on their small computer on a Saturday night? Come on... After all, no one at NASA had discovered these same objects with the help of their powerful computers? And why was NASA keeping silent even when some of the findings were truly surprising?




    So the skepticism stayed healthy, even more so when I watched videos on YouTube in which the authors kept seeing all sorts of human-made objects - and even living things - out of what was clearly very simple small rocks and other all-natural rocky formations.




    Nuts, I thought. At one point, I even posted a negative comment under a video purporting to show an alien. But it did not take long for me to have to post an apology. The reason is that I had just found my own alien in a picture posted on NASA's website (picture you can see here about a humanoid).


    By that time I had already discovered multiple "anomalies" in the pictures posted by NASA of various regions of Mars, pictures that had been taken either by Curiosity or by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.


    In the photos posted here you can see a "machine" resting on a plateau, a "mask" (quite clear), two Tunnel Entrance, one of which showing "stairs", and finally a "statue" - or something close to it - standing on its base.


    There is no more doubt in my mind: There WAS life on Mars at a certain point in the past, and there was probably life there even this morning. The only remaining question is Why folks at NASA haven't made the same "discoveries" and Why they keep silent in the face of such stunning evidence.








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