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Thanks! Michael

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Should Exoarchaeology be the science priority on Mars?

Browse the official NASA images. Decide for yourself...

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There are many strange and mysterious objects and formations on the surface of the Planet Mars. Most of these will be geological in origin, but some may not be.  The fact is, that if just ONE of these often geometrical and mechanical-looking anomalies on Mars can be proven to be ARTIFICIAL - an artefact that perhaps originated from an ancient Martian culture -  then our world changes forever.

It therefore remains a confounding mystery as to why our national space agencies, here on Planet Earth, expend absolutely ZERO scientific resources into exploring the possibility that the Planet Mars may once have been host to a civilization.

 

The implications of such a discovery would impact the very foundation of our human existence, and ask of us the most profound questions:

  • Could the human race have evolved from intelligent life on Mars?

  • Is intelligent life not rare at all, but abundant throughout the cosmos?

We could begin asking and answering those important questions today...

  • The rovers, presently exploring Mars, could become field exoarchaeologists and examine the many small, artificial-looking objects often seen on their paths.

  • The Mars orbiters could study the large, geometrical structures across the Red Planet in much more detail.

All that's required is a decision to do it. And some courage.

M. J. Craig - Author of "Secret Mars"

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Background image:

Perseverance Rover, Jezero Crater, Sol 3, February 2021

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/MSSS

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