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Old 12-20-2021, 12:20 PM
 
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Actually we do have an alien body, and in some ways it has more credibility than many of the stories from more recent crashes which have been swept up by the military.

The one recovered from a crash in and buried in a graveyard in the small, rural farming town of Aurora, Texasas reported in the Dallas Morning News, on April 15, 1897. It landed on a judge's property so you cannot get much more 'official' than that.
Link to Aurora, Texas story on Mysterious Universe

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Ive read about that incident at the judges property before, they supposedly buried the body under a large tree.


Ive noticed back in those days, people seeing or even finding the body of a 'martian' was not that big of a deal (not like it is today anyway), they did what needed to be done and got on with their day.


At some point, there was an effort to hide all this stuff or discredit it, have to wonder what brought about this change.
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Old 12-20-2021, 06:35 PM
 
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Actually we do have an alien body, and in some ways it has more credibility than many of the stories from more recent crashes which have been swept up by the military.

The one recovered from a crash in and buried in a graveyard in the small, rural farming town of Aurora, Texasas reported in the Dallas Morning News, on April 15, 1897. It landed on a judge's property so you cannot get much more 'official' than that.
Link to Aurora, Texas story on Mysterious Universe

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Keep dreamen bra. If that was for real neal the whole world would have gone nuts.
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Old 12-22-2021, 05:15 AM
 
Location: My house
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Not a chance. No one from another planet can lick the time speed thing just like we can't. We can't even get to Mars let alone another star system.
Unless they aren't from another planet
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Old 12-22-2021, 04:53 PM
 
Location: Charleston, SC
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The thing to do is to find other images of the same place and if possible from different angles, in different lighting conditions. Typically the rovers nearly always take more than 1 picture. Maybe you can find more and post us links. Then you may even be more convinced or on the other hand, it might resolve to be just a nothingburger. Dont expect others to do your work for you, 'cos a real investigator will chase many avenues of inquiry.
If you scroll out a bit, you'll see other very similar formations near by. Most likely a wind or something that's causing them. The "disc" looks like a dune to me.
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Old 12-23-2021, 07:51 AM
 
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How about this real-life Death Star? This is Mimas, smallest moon of Saturn. The crater is 130 km wide, the walls are 5 km high and the peak in the middle is 6 km high.

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Old 12-24-2021, 04:21 AM
 
Location: PRC
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If you scroll out a bit, you'll see other very similar formations near by. Most likely a wind or something that's causing them. The "disc" looks like a dune to me.
There is no "wind or something" out there remember???
Everything out there HAS to be what is found on dead planets and moons as nothing artificial exists.

Nature does not create 'stick-like', 'snake-like', or regular structural shapes and surfaces where there is NO WIND and very little atmosphere. Things dropping in from space do not create these regular-shaped square or triangle shaped structures , but do sometimes create almost perfectly round craters.

On Earth there are erosion forces which create weird shapes but not on Mars or the Moon - even over millions of years.
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Old 12-24-2021, 05:30 AM
 
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There is definitely wind on Mars. We have photos from Perseverance of dust blowing across the surface.
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Old 12-24-2021, 07:44 PM
 
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There is no "wind or something" out there remember???
Everything out there HAS to be what is found on dead planets and moons as nothing artificial exists.

Nature does not create 'stick-like', 'snake-like', or regular structural shapes and surfaces where there is NO WIND and very little atmosphere. Things dropping in from space do not create these regular-shaped square or triangle shaped structures , but do sometimes create almost perfectly round craters.

On Earth there are erosion forces which create weird shapes but not on Mars or the Moon - even over millions of years.
According to the Smithsonian the wind averages 10 to 20mph with gusts recorded at 70mph by The Viking Lander. The atmosphere is thinner so a 60mph wind would be similar to a 6mph wind on earth.

Where did your info come from that there is no wind on Mars?
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Old 12-27-2021, 06:33 PM
 
Location: Madison, Alabama
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There is no "wind or something" out there remember???
Everything out there HAS to be what is found on dead planets and moons as nothing artificial exists.

Nature does not create 'stick-like', 'snake-like', or regular structural shapes and surfaces where there is NO WIND and very little atmosphere. Things dropping in from space do not create these regular-shaped square or triangle shaped structures , but do sometimes create almost perfectly round craters.

On Earth there are erosion forces which create weird shapes but not on Mars or the Moon - even over millions of years.
There is indeed wind on Mars. Rememer the long-term dust storm that essentially killed the little rover? And we farily often see dust devild on Mars.

A quick google found this: https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/s...et-atmosphere/
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Old 12-30-2021, 12:26 AM
 
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I agree the atmosphere is thin and the 'wind' is very weak. We are told the spherules are 5mm hematite and should be easily blown by even weak winds. Yet we see dust devils, and dust storms which supposedly lift dust into the atmosphere. But...no rounded rock edges? Over millions of years? No wind erosion? No small piles of hematite spherules blown into the lee of rocks? What is going on here?

NASA even told us there were MER "Cleaning Events" where the solar panels would miraculously get cleaned by the wind of dust and dirt. This would enable the rovers to keep trundling on their journey around Mars. We see long marks on the ground where supposedly dust devils have cleared away the top surface of the soil. We see these from space in NASA images.

NASA scientists cannot decide if the wind is strong or if the wind is weak and in the articles they tell us BOTH as fact. Things just do not add up.

No...there is something fishy going on there.

Just as an example...Could the weak wind have caused this pillar to be created under this rock?



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