Welcome to Mars! The red planet… actually NOT!
The Martian deserts are golden-brown, just like ours here on Earth, they have blue atmosphere witch clearly indicates oxygen is present. The climate is similar to ours, they have 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32* Celsius) in shades, and they also have Oceans, Seas and Rivers. Also, vegetation is present. There is no no physical evidence of life on Mars (obviously not, they are still showing us pictures with the “red” planet), but I can tell you one thing: when scientists search for life on other planets, they search for water. And Mars has plenty of it and much more else to offer.
The pictures in this thread are all took with amateur telescopes. Unfortunately, the Hubble telescope isn’t yet used for the betterment of humanity. Click the links bellow for more videos:
1. Mars…true colors!
2. Something from our “friends”, NASA.
3. “Unphotoshoped” NASA picture.
4. More color corrected pictures from NASA.
5. Temperature, rivers and vegetation.
CM 25, the forth picture shows the entire Western and Southern covered in liquid water. Unfortunately I couldn’t find a picture with Mars revealing that side completely.
Before closing this thread, I want to remind you that on Mars NASA mistakenly took pictures of a complex similar to the Giza Complex from Egypt. Pyramids and even a Martian Sphinx were photographed and studied by many in the past years.
NASA agreed to take only ONE more picture over that area, even if that’s the most important discovery ever to reach the general public. They are constantly trying to keep the truth hidden, but unfortunately for them we are not that stupid. Important people have studied the Martian Pyramids and Sphinx (named The Cydonia Complex) and strange similarities between Mars and Earth were discovered.
But this is another story and I promise to uncover and explain it very soon.
Please share with your friends and family. Sharing the true knowledge with the people around you is the best way of showing you love them.
By Alexander Light, HumansAreFree.com;