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Old 04-12-2012, 09:40 AM   #1
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It's towering, whatever it is... Looks to be the size of a skyscraper.
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It's towering, whatever it is... Looks to be the size of a skyscraper.
i'm solidly in the camp that it's just a boulder with a rare, but completely natural rectangular shape. there would be no logical reason for "aliens" to put a monolith on the downslope of a cliff, but this is the kind of thing the coast-to-coast crowd will insist is evidence of an alien presence in our solar system.
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It's Mars, for those that don't want to have to click the link.
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It's towering, whatever it is... Looks to be the size of a skyscraper.
It is around 18000 meters tall (taller than Mons Olympus) and is clearly build by a highly advanced civilization, if you look closely you can see electrodes consistent with antigravity technology and stones cut with almost as high precision as my granite kitchen counter.
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It is around 18000 meters tall (taller than Mons Olympus) and is clearly build by a highly advanced civilization, if you look closely you can see electrodes consistent with antigravity technology and stones cut with almost as high precision as my granite kitchen counter.
ruh roh! i've changed my mind. you convinced me. you had me at "antigravity".

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It is around 18000 meters tall (taller than Mons Olympus) and is clearly build by a highly advanced civilization, if you look closely you can see electrodes consistent with antigravity technology and stones cut with almost as high precision as my granite kitchen counter.
That is what i was thinking.
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What would change IF we found out we were GMO from aliens?

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I cant see any "electrodes".
And i am looking closely at that picture.
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What would change IF we found out we were GMO from aliens?

I would consider myself 18% more awesome, which is going to be hard given just how incredibly awesome I already am, but I think it will be worth it.
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I cant see any "electrodes".
And i am looking closely at that picture.
You are projecting.
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You are projecting.
Projecting myself to Mars?
I am gonna need some peyote for that.
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Projecting myself to Mars?
I am gonna need some peyote for that.
http://www.disinfo.com/2012/04/inter...-went-to-mars/

Interview With A Man Who Went To Mars

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1971japanspaceencyclopedia08Or so he claims — there’s no proof of veracity, but a gripping read nonetheless. Morgan Kochel’s conversation with a A Man Who Went to Mars:

Training lasted twelve months, very intense, including psychiatric tests. It took us about 230 days to get there, and slightly less back. We used rocket technology regularly available now. Just bigger tanks and more thrust. Nothing unusual in equipment to get there, but better radiation protection, as you can imagine, due to journey time.

We landed near Ares Vallis. Our employers got some data about the Sojourner landing, and this was the place they wanted to explore. We took the same type of collecting devices used by geologists, which is why this had to be a manned mission, as no robot could do this. There were plenty of minerals that we analyzed on the way home: metals, particularly gold(?), and some other substance that was a form of composite like carbon fiber, but already in a usable form. The list of items gathered was long, all of it valuable, some were totally unique, others were more mundane. I think part of our mission was to evaluate the commercial viability of future mining missions, and also to ascertain potential value related to the density of minerals per square meter of Martian surface.

There’s only a thin atmosphere on Mars, so you see a thin veil of the outer atmosphere from the surface, like a slight glowing red sky, but then blackness out into space. Again, like so much we see on TV. Very bizarre, but I felt like I’d been there before, although I hadn’t. Just familiarity.

The fact that our chief engineer was chastised for talking about our arrival back on the phone to someone is what alerted me of possible issues. We were told not to discuss anything in exact terms such as timings, etc., as we would compromise the mission. Also, we were promised a “keep quiet bonus” of many millions for not divulging our findings on Mars; obviously, that alerted me to an issue! We were also prevented from leaving our base unless escorted. This was after the month or so of rehabilitation that it took to regain body strength. As you can imagine, we all wanted to get out and try to contact our families, but were told we couldn’t. That immediately made me think something was wrong. All our money was in Swiss deposit boxes in cash, and we had no way of getting it or communicating without supervision.

We were told before we left that we would face up to three months of testing and decontamination procedures when we returned, but I only did about six weeks, as I escaped once I found out what was happening to my colleagues. I feel sick and dizzy from time to time, but it is difficult to treat when no one believes you! They were testing my colleagues to see what improvements were needed to ensure the safety of future missions. In effect, we were highly-paid guinea pigs.


http://www.redicecreations.com/article.php?id=9885

Whistleblower Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, Ike’s great-granddaughter, outs secret Mars colony project



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I would consider myself 18% more awesome, which is going to be hard given just how incredibly awesome I already am, but I think it will be worth it.
I'd be able to accept that i'm really not from this planet.
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You're all projecting. It was clearly built during WWII by the Nazis as a way to spy on America and steal our anti-gravity technology.
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It is around 18000 meters tall (taller than Mons Olympus) and is clearly build by a highly advanced civilization, if you look closely you can see electrodes consistent with antigravity technology and stones cut with almost as high precision as my granite kitchen counter.
Translation... frickin lasers. The only explanation.
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You're all projecting. It was clearly built during WWII by the Nazis as a way to spy on America and steal our anti-gravity technology.
You have it backwards.

The USA was stealing the Nazi's Anti-grav (the Bell Project).
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Whistleblower Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, Ike’s great-granddaughter, outs secret Mars colony project
is this, her?


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Projecting myself to Mars?
I am gonna need some peyote for that.
Just get some Ambien...
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You have it backwards.

The USA was stealing the Nazi's Anti-grav (the Bell Project).
That's what they want you to think. My sources, MacGruder's dad, told me I'm right!
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