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Posted by  Clayton Spencer Ireland on September 07, 2003 at 19:07:01:

In Reply to:  Re: The indications of architecture/MARS posted by Mat on September 07, 2003 at 17:33:24:

Sir.
What I was looking for was Further evidence stemming from the viking orbiters imaging of multiple, highly anomalous structures,continuing on through the mars Global surveyor/Moc cameras,to the present day oddessey /themis craft(4 New spacecraft are due to arrive in jan of 2004)...I will provide links as well as data by serious researchers that provide undeniable evidence of symmetry,and design in future replies.
But my Main immediate intent is to get Qualified people to LOOK at these structures and analyse them with the knowledge of an architect/design professional.
Please...I am serious as I am secure in the belief Your profession and community has not been approached on this matter.
May I be The First to ask architects to address this Subject.
I realise it is an HIGHLY unusual request but the only proffession other than geologists and Archeologist that could offer insight/analysis is Yours.
Who better than to assess this possibility.
I will include a graphic that uses the SQUARE anomaly that was the initial anaimation that started this thread(in bold white outline) to form the basis of a grid.
This is an amalgamation of two side by side 'Themis' images conjoined to capture most of the Cydonia region in question.
It's resolution is 100 meters per pixel and I promise to go into ultra-high resolution images from another spacecraft and detail HOW these structures align to the SQUARE complex and are Highly Anomalous to the surroung natural geology...sure indicators of design.

 
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