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    Default Images from the surfaces of the Moon and Mars

    There was an intriguing image on the web of an object that seemed to be
    part of a machine.
    The image came from the Lunik 13 device.

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    I decided to do a little online investigation of this... very interesting.
    Here's a link to the story and photos. http://mysteryoftheinquity.wordpress...-cities-exist/
    Life is either an adventure... or you're not doing it right!!!

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    Some of the best images of the martian surface are at www.esa.int .
    Some huge volcanoes erupted there and probably made lava tunnels.
    Although the surface conditions are harsh on Mars, the handy place to go would be the old lava caves.
    The internal heat of the Martian planet is quite likely enough to support early lifeforms.
    The big question is if such lifeforms are found,
    will they share a common dna based genetic code with Terran life ?

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    Can't tell if serious
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    When was this stuff published?
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    Sorry for delay,
    Yes , quite serious about possible pockets of life on Mars.
    Such life would probably look like a big clump of lichen.
    The surface of Mars is an arid desert.
    I can remember camping at the edge of the Grand Canyon some years ago.
    When I awoke there was frost on my sleeping bag.
    A brisk hike into the canyon brought one to the Indian Springs campground.
    Down there the temperature was 71 degrees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lensperson View Post
    Some of the best images of the martian surface are at www.esa.int .
    Some huge volcanoes erupted there and probably made lava tunnels.
    Although the surface conditions are harsh on Mars, the handy place to go would be the old lava caves.
    The internal heat of the Martian planet is quite likely enough to support early lifeforms.
    The big question is if such lifeforms are found,
    will they share a common dna based genetic code with Terran life ?
    Quote Originally Posted by TATTRAT View Post
    Can't tell if serious
    Quote Originally Posted by TATTRAT View Post
    When was this stuff published?
    Quote Originally Posted by lensperson View Post
    Sorry for delay,
    Yes , quite serious about possible pockets of life on Mars.
    Such life would probably look like a big clump of lichen.
    The surface of Mars is an arid desert.
    I can remember camping at the edge of the Grand Canyon some years ago.
    When I awoke there was frost on my sleeping bag.
    A brisk hike into the canyon brought one to the Indian Springs campground.
    Down there the temperature was 71 degrees.
    I was more referring to the artifact.

    As for the mars stuff, I agree, I would like to see the images, but the link you posted is just to the ESA homepage. Can you link the actual article?
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    The speculation over the Lunik 13 device derives from an enlargement of an image from the device that seems to show part of an archimedian screw.
    It looks like the inner portion of an old fashioned meat grinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lensperson View Post
    The speculation over the Lunik 13 device derives from an enlargement of an image from the device that seems to show part of an archimedian screw.
    It looks like the inner portion of an old fashioned meat grinder.
    OK, so, as I asked, any idea on when this was published?

    Can you link to: "Some of the best images of the martian surface are at www.esa.int ." ? IT is just the homepage.
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    https://news.yahoo.com/weird-ufo-lig...192713499.html

    I knew Mars Needs Guitars. That light was an encore signal from a lighter.

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    Default Re: Images from the surfaces of the Moon and Mars

    That light was member of a crew stranded on the planet about thirteen thousand years ago.

    They saw Mauna Kea blowing and assumed it was a warning sign to a nearby mothership.

    The signal was missed and it remained up to Kevin Costner and hosts of editors to figure it all out.

    Meanwhile , visit Hilo and check out the ancient artifacts.

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