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Jessterw
22nd September 2006, 06:30
Maybe now people will believe NASA that it never really looked like a face...

http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Mars_Express/SEM09F8LURE_0.html

http://www.esa.int/images/311-230906-3253-6-3d5-Cydonia_L.jpg

Nowhere
22nd September 2006, 07:09
Government conspiracy!

Evildead666
22nd September 2006, 09:57
http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEM9WG8LURE_index_0.html

http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Mars_Express/SEM09F8LURE_1.html

edit: From Slashdot.org

cjolley
22nd September 2006, 10:04
Looks like a face to me...

Jon P. Inghram
22nd September 2006, 11:12
I was listening to the radio last night flipping through stations when I heard Mr. Face on Mars himself, Richard Hoagland talking about how we need to petition to get the MRO to take high-res pictures of the various "indisputable" ruins of ancient civilizations on Mars. While I typically feel pity for people with severe mental illnesses, I really have to try hard to feel sorry for that dumb-f*@k. :rolleyes: I mean, the FAKE MOON LANDING people make a more logical argument then that fool, at least some of them give a decent monetary argument (the money that was supposed to be used for the space program really went to the military or some other conspiracy.) How the hell is the government, either the "shadow" one, or the real one, supposed to benefit from launching expensive space probes to Mars to take pictures of alien ruins and then hide them from us? :D

Dr Mordrid
22nd September 2006, 16:33
But in your heart you really wanted it to be the face from 'Mission to Mars' ;)

Gurm
22nd September 2006, 17:52
I was listening to the radio last night flipping through stations when I heard Mr. Face on Mars himself, Richard Hoagland talking about how we need to petition to get the MRO to take high-res pictures of the various "indisputable" ruins of ancient civilizations on Mars. While I typically feel pity for people with severe mental illnesses, I really have to try hard to feel sorry for that dumb-f*@k. :rolleyes: I mean, the FAKE MOON LANDING people make a more logical argument then that fool, at least some of them give a decent monetary argument (the money that was supposed to be used for the space program really went to the military or some other conspiracy.) How the hell is the government, either the "shadow" one, or the real one, supposed to benefit from launching expensive space probes to Mars to take pictures of alien ruins and then hide them from us? :D

Well why haven't they told us about the Stargate program? Because it would cause mass panic, THAT'S WHY!

Jon P. Inghram
22nd September 2006, 18:12
The "Stargate is real" version of finding out there are aliens would seem to be much preferable to the Star-Control one: "Hi there Earthlings, if you aren't busy right now, would you mind helping us other space-faring species in a futile attempt to stop an invasion by a highly aggressive alien race that wants to imprison or enslave all sentient life in the galaxy?" :D

Jessterw
22nd September 2006, 18:21
Well there's always the Hitchhikers Guide way ;)

TnT
22nd September 2006, 21:21
All mountains just look like boobs to me.

KRSESQ
22nd September 2006, 21:34
But in your heart you really wanted it to be the face from 'Mission to Mars'

Or 'Futurama'.

Hey, everyone knows that the government nuked the Cydonia site to destroy the evidence, anyway.

Kevin

KRSESQ
22nd September 2006, 21:36
Actually, it looks like Cornelius in 'Planet Of The Apes.'

Kevin

Dilitante1
23rd September 2006, 05:12
throw the "doubting Thomases" into an inflatable HAB and shoot it into Mars orbit, ending the arguement and testing long term the hab with undesirables so if there are issues, we dont worry so much :p