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    ..didn't see this posted.
    good proof? A dome filmed by the rover...


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    I've been doing this for a few years now and it's still getting crazier every day.
    I removed the color in the parts i find interesting to 'highlight' them, still work in progress, PIA16104


    original:
    http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA16104
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    A nice section in Gale Crater?


    Could you insert a key to pin point areas of interest?


    Download link hi rez .tiff


    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B--...ew?usp=sharing



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    Still working on it but for some reason everything is comming more into focus.
    Work in progress...
    The lie is deep. :D

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    PIA 19929_MR4969

    Here you see more of the large panels and stuff:



    Better quality:
    https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resi...nt=photo%2cjpg

    original:
    http://mars.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia/.../?ImageID=7539
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    Thanks for these images and the work you have done here. It is also good to try and explain what you are personally interpreting here as this sometimes helps to formulate design for both oneself and for other people looking at the target data points.


    Like you, I have been researching the Martian surface "at close range" for several years and as you are becoming very aware of, Mars is a very strange place indeed with many Alien works of art as well as many "interpretations or versions of their reality".


    Often, that reality is very different from anything we as humans have seen before, so initially, our brains respond with a knee-jerk reaction of; "that's weird" until we begin to see patterns of recognition or "continuity". At this point, one will begin to understand "Life on Mars".


    It does take a while though, and a little tip, many people are now beginning to see this reality and like all of us, are initially perplexed if not, down right confused, but hang in there and keep looking.

    Just last night, I spotted a really beautiful rendition along the rim of Victoria Crater. I must say, I have looked over this image now for two years and still I find renditions - their capability to "embed" designs into the surface never ceases to amaze me!





    Located in the red rectangle in the image above and highly magnified seen below of the same rectangle and the contrast adjusted, we see this incredible rendition of yet another alien skull but this time, it's huge! So, this is a "rendition" as opposed to a real skull found on the western end of the crater...but a skull nevertheless.





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    If there is further interest in Victoria Crater, I've produced this hi resolution .wma video which really gives one a feel of "being there". The color has been adjusted to closely resemble that of reality and suggest that you download the 572mb video and play on your native player. The Windows player however, has a tendency to "darken" everything and would replace.


    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B--...ew?usp=sharing


    JPL resource webpage: http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA09103


    Here's a far better 64bit free player:


    https://www.videolan.org/vlc/
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    Below, are a few images I landed on while perusing through Hebes Chasma which show some of the evidently "archaic" methods of what appear to be pumping stations.


    There are many of these and similar "piped or conduit" areas which look to me to be using the effect of gravity feed as a means of distribution. In this huge area below on the canyon side wall, there are many structures with cross roads and strange odd shaped buildings just visible. Scale is off the chart here as you would not be seen if you were standing amidst. (3D red/cyan glasses required)






    The pump station is a humorous attempt to add a smile! Note the "spray" effect along the ridgeline and just visable "THROUGH" the spray is the undulation of the surface confirming the "mist-like" properties of whatever that is?







    In most instances, the "decorative form" of design is "the Face" whether it be human, humanoid, egregious alien or just humorous cartoon.


    In so many ways, the residents on Mars are quite humorous in a devilishly peculiar way!


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