Alien Ship, Or Just A Really Big Rock?

Alien Ship, Or Just  A Really Big Rock?

We have posted some of the findings of Scott Waring, who it seems is obsessed with exploring the surface of Mars via Google Mars.
I have found most of his analysis to be pretty explicable as natural features, but then if there was ever life in Mars it was a long time ago and what might happen to manufactured artifices over the course of that time? Cydonia is a perfect example of the ongoing debate.

I have to admit on Mr. Waring’s new finding there is a certain amount of logic to what he is saying, at least regarding the shape of this discovery.

From UFO Sighting Daily

Location of sighting: Mars
Date of discovery: June 27, 2013
Method found: Google Mars Map

This unusual structure has a very balanced shape and size to it. This structure also does not go under the ground, but instead is laying on the surface of Mars. Notice the evenness of the lines. The balance of the indents that go all the way down the sides. The back seems thinner a bit than the front…if it is the front. This structure shows lots of signs of being an a spaceship that has long since been abandoned on the moon. I bet NASA already knows about it and has been there to investigate. SCW

For a larger view check HERE

Is this just Mars’ version Ayers Rock? Or an abandoned spaceship as Waring postulates?

Henry@GhostTheory.com

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One problem jumps right out at me. There are significant discrepancies in the lighting in this image. The craters and other large features are being lit from the left hand side of the image while the noted feature and it’s immediate surroundings are being lit from the right. That alone cannot be said to discredit this photo as these planetary surface maps are stitched together from images taken at different times, possibly days, weeks or even years apart, but two features this close together? It does raise some questions and suspicions.

In any case, it should merit investigation by Mars explorers, though given NASA’s apparent lack of interest in investigation of anomalies on the surface of Mars I expect they will let this one fall by the wayside along with all the others.

 

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