Thursday, July 30, 2009

My Theory on the Mars Craters

Welcome to the Secrets of Mars 2 blog. I decided to start this blog because the first blog was full of images that were starting to bog it down. Also this blog will be covering something different about Mars. One of my theories. So if you came from the first blog and agree with me that there was an ancient civilization on Mars long ago then you might enjoy this. If you do not agree with the first blog then you might be wasting your time over here.

So if you are still with me then lets get started. After looking at many NASA images from Mars it struck me that the craters seemed to be the center of their ceremony activities, whatever ceremonies they were having. Also you know that some of the images I posted on the first blog could be animals and sea creatures like sharks. So at the time this civilization was on Mars there were seas and oceans. Along with that there was rain. Now if it rained into these craters you would think it would become a big muddy mess. So the solution would be to build these artificial floors and let the water drain down to the bottom into a basin underneath the floor and pump it out.

Here is a possible pumping device on a Mars image which sort looks similar to one of those oil pumps called deriks you see in Texas:

At the top of this ridge on the lip of the crater seems to be a device to stabalize the water hose.

Strange Metalic Debris

Then I noticed two things about these craters. First I noticed that that the floors were in most places very smooth. Second I noticed that in places there was a lot of debris. Not normal debris but strange looking metalic debris. Some with right angles, some shiny but almost all of it you could not identify. In some places you would be looking at some things that looked like wedges of some kind. So as we proceed you will come to find out that I believe most of the debris comes from the structure under these floors needed for supporting the massive steel structures.

Here are many pictures of the wedges, the strange metal objects that could have been the support structures for these floors: