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Posted by Tripp McCann on January 19, 2001 06:17:14 UTC

All this i would consider a possibly reasonable explanation for these things..

....until I began examining the NASA Mars imagery released on the web back in June and discovered 140 YARD diameter glassy tubes with somewhat regularly spaced supporting arches traversing mars out of a tri-radiate fracture.

Since then I've discovered many, many artificial structures on mars that can in no way be "natural"

I suggest you view my postings below with imagery and visit my web page, Mars UnEarthed:

What are my qualifications to adjudge this Mars imagery? I am a professional Geologist and know geomorphologic structure as seen from above in satellite imagery..and have consulted the US Government on satellite imagery during time of war.

In brief, I no longer believe that they let the "alien" story be believed to cover up other classified reconaissance "craft". I believe whole heartedly that aliens ARE here.. and have been coming here since ancient times recorded in the Bible and before.. are on Mars.. are on our own moon..and in all likelihood are *HERE* on Earth.


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