Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Trees found on Mars' Surface - NASA Photos

A NASA probe has sent back photographs of what appears to be trees on the planet's surface.

The images appear to show rows of dark "conifers" sprouting from dunes and hills on the planet surface. But the scene is actually an optical illusion.

The photographs actually show sand dunes coated with a thin layer of frozen carbon dioxide, or dry ice, less than 240 miles from the planet's north pole.

The "trees" are really trails of debris caused by landslides as ice melts in Mars's spring. You can even see a cloud of dust, just to the left of centre of the picture, where an avalanche is caught happening.

The photograph was taken from orbit around Mars by HiRISE, the most powerful camera sent to another planet.

NASA's Candy Hansen told The Sun: "The streaks are sand, dislodged as ice evaporates, which slide down the dune. At this time of the Martian year the whole scene is covered by CO2 frost."

Last month Nasa announced a new telescope had detected five planets outside the solar system. The observatory, which was launched last year to find other Earths, made the discoveries in its first few weeks of science operations.

Although the new worlds, called exoplanets, are all bigger than Neptune, Nasa said their discovery showed that the planet hunting telescope was working well.

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So what is NASA's official cover-up alibi? The scene is an optical illusion, and the "trees" are actually just trails of debris caused by landslides as the ice melts...That is by far the stupidest idea of a cover up explanation I've heard yet from NASA.

Let's take a look at this photo a little more closely:

You can see here in the zoomed in picture that the "traces of debris" are individuated columns of great trees in height. It is not an optical illusion. The image is very clear and shows in detail the amazing height of these columns of trees. You are not going to have trails of debris perfectly individuated from each other forming columns of structures that is obviously that of rows of trees. You only have to look at our own trees to see how they are individuated to see a pattern here. It's very obvious.

NASA, your images and data is great, but from where I'm sitting, no one has any interest in your theories or speculation that you bring forward. The people are much smarter than you take credit for and we can see through such weakly fabricated hypotheses. So are these trees on Mars? There is no doubt in my mind that that is what we are seeing here.

You'll also see through this video below a double confirmation in regards to vegetation on Mars as well as several other phenomena that NASA has not revealed to the public: