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Posted by  Clayton Spencer Ireland on September 07, 2003 at 22:49:59:

In Reply to:  Re: The indications of architecture/MARS posted by Clayton Spencer Ireland on September 07, 2003 at 22:29:48:

The D&M pyramid on mars not only exhibits Bi-symmetry...it also has a wealth of other tricks up its sleeve and is by no means the "tip of the Iceberg" concerning Cydonia Meansae/Mars.

I propose to completely unveil a multitude of structures that all share the same Axis' of orientation based on the SQUARE and it's geometry wether right angles.parralel,diagonal or the miriad combinations ONLY a SQUARE can provide.
The SQUARE is a "Control" used to prove this design apparency.
a Grid VERY much like Our Cities on Earth..

These Structures are Huge and Please wipe Skyscrapers off your mind and think Terraformed mounds and Arcologies as per Paulo Soleri.
The sheer size would immediately require a LARGE base tapering to a smaller apex.

You are Going to Love This Thread and Please...Be serious:I'm here to get HELP from You guys.
Thank you.

 
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