Posted by JWmHarmon on September 07, 2003 at 21:12:16:
In Reply to: Re: The indications of architecture/MARS posted by Clayton Spencer Ireland on September 07, 2003 at 14:59:51:
I find these photos intriguing.
Let us imagine that Mars has an atmosphere similar to that of Earth. Let us imagine that there were intelligent beings living on Earth. If we then project carbon dioxide emissions to the point of climatic disaster, we could conceivably build a few hundred space ship capable of carrying a large number of colonists to Mars. These colonists would then establish a foothold on Mars.
Let us now imagine that Mars was the original habitat of humans, that its atmosphere became uninhabitable, and that the people of the advanced civilization built escape spacecraft that landed on Earth. Let us suppose that over time the small number of colonists lost the ability to sustain their technology so that it was lost.
Eventually those who survived bacame the ancestors of humans on Earth. They may have left behind evidence of great buildings on Mars.
Is it possible? Is it likely? Is there any evidence to support such a notion? Would they have built pyramids as the photo suggests?
It is something to consider.
On the other hand, I have travelled enough throughout the United States to have seen rock formations and eroded formations that could be interpreted as having some intelligent designer who constructed them.
My first impression of the photos was that the areas were similar to old aerial photos that I have seen of coal strip mines and copper and iron mines.
I will leave it to others to examine the photos for suggestions of architectural significance.
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