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Re: Re: Once Alien Life On Mars?

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Posted by Tripp McCann on January 18, 2001 06:02:36 UTC

I think OTHERS might have something to say about us "droping nukes" and "colonizing"

By the way, there are alread deciduous trees on mars. Look at the dark cluster in my image of "Tracked Area & Bunker" to the North and south of the area indicated as the bunker. These appear to be vertical stands of --- TREES! Other areas of larger image footprint this was taken from shows clusters with indications of them being deciduous or "pine" type trees, although much detail is lost in pixelization.

I *THINK* we need to re-examine NASA's on prefessed explanations for the last two probes onto Mars surface having failed: 1 was given the reason for failure as having been an oversight in converting metric to english measurements..and the other was said to have had its landing system enacted too late to adequately slow the fall.

*RIGHT*

Given what I and others are finding on Mars, evidence of active structures, this makes these simple explanations seem much more likely to be cover stories.

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