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True Color Mars: JPL/NASA Database Finally Exposed

  • Harlekin
  • uploaded: Aug 2, 2008
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  • Imanujela#

    Imanujela October 3, 2009 1:50:35 AM CEST

    Great video! Great research! Nice presentation and that includes the Metallica sample too, hehe...One point I wish to make is that the "soil" would only become hard in freezing temperatures, if it had moister in it.Now, Mars has an extraordinary landscape that is in serious need of research. All of the various scenery suggests some serious planetary geological on-goings, if not straight up anomalies! As far as the greenish color goes, it could be mineral such as jade. Only research will reveal what actually transpired on the Mars surface over time.Now this contradicts what I just said about Martian soil, but water has been found on the Moon and since Mars has an actual atmosphere, It should "keep" a lot more water in both it's atmosphere and it's soil.I have seen pictures of the lunar surface that shows "liquid" flow and have witnessed much footage of "past" flows on Mars. It's no longer a stretch to think that H2O exists on other bodies within our system. We now have to discern what is viable for life to exist and what is not WITH H2O present!So now we trek through the BS with the "water" issue at play...If it was up to me to simply say straight out... YES! Life has and may still exist on Mars! Our Moon is also held suspect in a HUGE way! Hell, the Moon's actual existence is anomalous!It will take major political change just to hear a burp from the "in the know" departments.I can and would say a lot more but I have to pick my son up now, so take care all!

  • Astrosmurf#

    Astrosmurf May 24, 2009 11:47:45 PM CEST

    Na, it is not a rusty pipe, more like a rusty color on a rock. But very interesting.

  • Astrosmurf#

    Astrosmurf May 24, 2009 11:46:32 PM CEST

    Hmmm... Very interesting. Mars looks alot like earth, but very deserted.

  • Rainbow44#

    Rainbow44 May 21, 2009 7:30:53 AM CEST

    This was a really well done video! It makes one wonder where the buildings are and who is living there already. Thanks for sharing!!

  • Casowary#

    Casowary April 26, 2009 3:35:35 AM CEST

    Many of the original pictures used infra-red as parts of their data, and many had red filters on. These make the pictures red.If the air is heavy with dust, and due to the prevalence of storms there's often dust around, then the sky is described as more of a 'butterscotch' than anything else. In the absence of dust, then the scattering of lightwaves in the sky due to CO2 makes it a faint blue. NASA has accepted this.And ground can only be frozen in the presence of water. If the rover is in a particularly arid place then all it's doing is picking up very cold particulates and the like.Oh, and nobody has ever tried to claim that Mars is entirely red. Just very large parts of it are.

  • Lordpluss#

    Lordpluss September 14, 2008 9:57:29 AM CEST

    All I can say is...WOW! Do we have one of the most evil governments in the world or is it just me...?

  • Kemeticwarrior#

    Kemeticwarrior August 5, 2008 9:04:01 PM CEST

    Great Video and excellent pictures.. It is only a matter of time before we find life or full disclosure....

  • Vulcanic#

    Vulcanic August 3, 2008 7:38:08 AM CEST

    Pause the video at 5:07 there is a rusty pipe upper left corner !?!

  • Drewdatt#

    Drewdatt August 3, 2008 6:19:09 AM CEST

    Good video!But this surprises you because...?and by the way, NASA is the government. There are many different branches in a tree. There are some smart, educated, informed, and bright people out there, they are the ones who will bring it down from the inside. Focus on implosion.Peace

  • Kiazen#

    Kiazen August 2, 2008 9:44:55 PM CEST

    good stuff

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