The three Mars evidence images here in Part-2 of this Report #114 are sourced from the MGS MOC S08-01258 strip. The two strips that provided all of the evidence images in Part-1 offered only a more distant view whereas this strip offers us a closer view and a little more detail and so I’ve also included larger imaging on my part which at the same time cuts into the number of images that I can display here in Part-2 to preserve reasonable loading time on dial-up connections. This strip’s Mars location is down a bit and a few miles away from the location of the prior Part-1 two evidence strips but still relatively nearby and no doubt part of the same low level plain.
The above seventh larger image here in Part-2 once again demonstrates a lone eruptive formation branching out from a central point as did the first image in Part-1. Note that the resolution here is only 100% and I could have gotten closer with my imaging but only at the expense of being able to display the entire branching formation even with this larger image. This demonstrates just how much closer this image is than the previous ones and the true colossal size scale of this type of bio-life evidence. This is the payoff as a result of this type of evidence sometimes receiving less image tampering treatments giving us better clues as to what is really happening with some bio-life on Mars.
Note the eruptive rough chaotic looking surface material within the branching formation’s circumference and the fact that it is well on its way to the very rough lumpy knobby surface texture appearance we can anticipate after the main part of the eruptive spreading branching formation activity slacks off. Note that I have also pointed out with arrows and text labels two groups of the most visually obvious large very dark spout plumes out in the smoother material beyond and to the left of the branching formation. Less visually obvious are many other spout plumes of various sizes in the more chaotic material within the eruptive branching formation area.
This is the type of increased detail, even though still relatively poorly seen, that was not visually available to us in the more distant and more compromised Part-1 imaging. This detail helps us a little better in the interpretation that this is all living bio-mass material no doubt in the process of doing its spore propagation and blooming thing as described in Part-1 and not some kind of even stranger geology thing at work. The above scene is in the upper area of the strip and and the next two images below move further down the strip.
The above eighth image demonstrates that the bio-mass in this area is now past its active spreading blooming stage. We can still see the branching formations but their appearance is now becoming more subdued, more vestigial, and what we have is the residual results of all that eruptive activity in the form of a now much better seen very rough lumpy knobby coarse surface texture. This scene is roughly in the middle of the strip as we move further down it.
One thing is for sure, we know that we aren’t in Kansas anymore. Anyone that can interpret the above seventh or eighth image evidence as being geology of some kind is, in my opinion, really desperate and grasping at straws to hang onto something familiar even if it obviously has no basis in realty. For all of this evidence, and especially in this S08-01258 strip, before you leave this reporting I urge you to go to the official S08-01258 strip via the link at the bottom of this report, load the straight orientation .GIF strip, and then scroll back and forth down the length of the strip.
In doing so, you will be able to see much better than in this report still images the gradual evidence appearance shift as the evidence changes from one look to another and increasingly begin to realize what I’m saying here in this report that this is all one continuous life bio-mass and is all the same evidence regardless of differences in looks in any one area. Do yourself a favor and do this before you leave this report and its subject matter completely.
The above ninth image scene is further down the strip near the bottom. Even though there are a few faint vestigial branching formations still in evidence, this scene is primarily of a surface texture very coarse lumpy knobby appearance that is left over well after all that eruptive blooming activity in the bio-mass has exhausted itself. This is what the bio-mass surface looks like prior to the lumpy surface sinking back down and leveling and smoothing out as the more dormant base bio-mass material.
Again, I want to reiterate here that every single image you’ve seen here in Part-1 and Part-2 of this report consists solely of this living bio-mass stretching across many many extensive miles of the South Polar Region terrain. It covers every square inch of that low level plain terrain with a thick mud like or even stronger more dense consistency. In all three image strips used in this report, there is absolutely no natural geology visible at all to any degree in any of the strips.
This concept and its dramatically unusual strangeness and unfamiliarity may be hard for some to sufficiently grasp. This is to some degree perfectly normal for Earth human perception as we often tend to initially reject information that deviates too much from the accepted norm. Some more familiar with looking at certain kinds of petri dish sample material here on Earth via a electron microscope may be better able to adjust to the concept of what we are seeing here until they begin to more fully understand the colossal scale involved here with this Mars evidence and then rejection may set in for them to as they begin to think they are contemplating the impossible relative to what they think they know about Mars and its environmental conditions.
Just remember, I do not make the evidence, only report on it and its reality. Those that can handle it will do so and those that cannot will reject it. This work and its revelations cannot help individual psychologies, only report reality for the consideration of all.
One thing I will add though is that there is no reason to have a concerned reaction, subtle or otherwise, over this kind of evidence. Yes it dominates in its locale and yes it chokes out competing life. However, the fact that it is so extensive and so successful in its proliferation tells us that this living bio-mass is not predatory as we think of that being. If it was, it would have long ago eliminated its own natural resources causing its own demise. That it continues to be so massively successful indicates that its primary resources are water, soil nutrients, solar radiation or perhaps even itself. In fact, I doubt that it can proliferate beyond the limits of its unique ground water saturation conditions thoroughly defining its limits of proliferation. Further, it would represent no evident predatory threat to us if we were there and, quite the opposite, it may itself represent a massive food resource for life like ours whether native to Mars or not.
Now part of the automatic rejection process is to of course presume that what we are looking at here in this evidence is natural geology. But, that is a psychological “presumption” based on “assumption” and, worse, not really supported by the visual evidence. We do this because we are told to do so and because our acknowledged peer leadership has accepted it as so and who are we to go against that? Yet, if this were truly natural geology, then it should look like natural geology but it most definitely does not and particularly not in the active branching spreading formations stage. Remember, although this is another world, it is suppose to be dry and barren with us looking unimpeded through a thin clear atmosphere. That means that we should be looking at rock and soil geology and yet the evidence in these strips looks nothing like natural rock and soil geology. For example, check out the Earth image below.
The above tenth black and white image is a satellite image of the western Alps system here on Earth. Note the mountain range with lower level plains and a sea bordering it on the right. Note the river system and a lake pointed out with the arrows in the bottom left portion of the image’s foreground. Although this Earth scene is not barren of water or vegetation life as Mars is “suppose” to be, this is what basic natural rock and soil geology looks from a distance in satellite black and white imaging and as seen through an atmosphere much thicker and more turbulent and more obscuring than on Mars.
Now significantly elevated geological terrain like hills and mountains may look more or less rough than this and lower level plains may likewise look more or less so than this as a matter of degree. But, in the end, rock and soil geological terrain always looks like this in absolute terms when worlds are comparable and Mars and Earth geological terrain is very comparable to each other. Yet, the Mars satellite imaging terrain level detail always looks very fuzzy and blurry as well as soft and fluffy with very little detail despite the use state of the art imaging equipment of the time. That’s because it is full of a great myriad of image tampering applications that, among many others tactics, depends a great deal on opaque smudge application in layers that give it that soft fluffy look.
Real satellite imaging, even the distant view kind, produces the kind of much harder sharper full of intricate detail scene you see above and transmission distances from Mars to Earth don’t amount to squat in this except in transmission time factor. The above image is what true geological detail looks like and, if you are dealing with the true raw satellite image, it will allow considerable zoom factor and closer look. Yet we get none of this in the Mars or Moon satellite imaging. You figure it out.
However, the bottom line here in this report is there is nothing in any of these three Mars MGS MOC satellite imaging strips as released to us that resembles to any reasonably significant degree any kind of rock and soil geology. So, if not, why should we assume that it is geology? Just because someone else told us so or there is peer pressure to do so? Now if we are not looking at rock and soil geology, what are we looking at? A sea of image tampering? No I don’t think so. I think that we are looking at real evidence with a very resolution compromised distant view but the colossal size of the evidence is overcoming that poor quality distant view bringing us just enough detail (like looking through a glass darkly) to actually figure a little truth out.
Now you know what I think as I’ve indicated in Part-1, so there is no need for me to repeat it here at the end of this report’s Part-2. You must either think for yourself and come to your own conclusions based on the visual evidence or simply default to accepting your acknowledged leadership’s official position. It, as always, is your choice to think for yourself or let others do your thinking for you. Just remember, reality doesn’t care about our psychology, feelings or interpretive idiosyncrasies. In fact, feelings just aren’t one of its factors at all. Reality is just what it is and in the end will always have its way regardless of our psychological preferences. One ignores this at one’s peril.
My reporting purpose here is not to attempt a full explanation of this evidence. This report only briefly points out the evidence’s existence and the way for others ultimately more qualified to eventually follow and develop the needed research details while this work and my efforts continue to move on exploring other outer boundaries. So, if any of you scientists or detail types out there can ever get over the shock of this supposedly impossible biological life on Mars and can step up to the plate, feel free to pursue this and start defining the field of Planetary Botany or a entirely new field in this more substantive way working in the realm of reality rather than just theorizing and computer modeling based on questionable official science data that may have led you badly astray. If you do not, then via your abdication someone else certainly will.
Also, here’s another point. Assuming this evidence and its interpretation is correct, then we are talking about colony life and its unique characteristics playing a serious role as to biological life development on the surface of Mars. In fact, evidence like this is not new to this website’s growing evidence record. Suggest you check out my 2001 Report #021 titled “Huge Fungi Growth in South Polar Region” and my 2003 Report #057 titled “Water Ice Masses: Ecology’s of Life” for some additional related insight.
http://www.msss.com/moc_gallery/s05_s10/images/S08/S0801258.html: This link accesses the official S08-01258 narrow-angle science data strip that is the source of seventh, eighth, and ninth images here in Part-2 of this report.
http://earth.imagico.de/view.php?site=alps_new: This link accesses the Web page that my tenth image of the Western Alps system here on Earth was sourced from.