Don't Believe What You See, AGAIN
It wasn’t long ago that someone using Google Earth thought that they saw what could be Atlantis, under the sea.
The officials said, no, that is just a “glitch” in the photos.
Now, when an amateur is looking at Google Mars, says he sees what appears to be a space station on Mars, once again the official word is, no that is just a glitch in the photos.
OK, I believed the first one, sort of. This second one though?
The object that is about 700 feet long and 150 feet wide, seems to be a cylinder or made up of cylinders which are white in color.
David Martines, the amateur astronomer who spotted the object, named it “Bio Station Alpha”
Scientists say that cosmic rays mess up pictures that are taken outside Earths atmosphere.
Hello, isn’t it these same scientists who are asking for big bucks, so that they can take these photos? Why would they do that, if they thought the photos could lie and be untrustworthy?
I think that one of the following scenarios is more believable.
They had never seen it before and are upset with themselves for missing it. After all, they are paid to study the photos.
They know about it and are upset that the secret is out. Not even by Wikileaks this time.
So, what if it is real?
Was it put there by us? Was it put there by Martians? Or was it put there by other aliens?
Do the scientists know the answer to these questions?
If they do, will they ever tell us?