Updated 04/15/2016 for Other Side Of Midnight Radio Show w/ Richard C. Hoagland and the Imaging Panel.
These water / liquid flows are getting more and more noticable as the rover is at the bottom of the mountain. How much water is really on Mars? Thanks to Kjell for his keen eye at spotting these as well as the friends over at UFAH (United Family Of Anomaly Hunters) who have found many as well. We have about 22 images now with these and will have a PDF and Press Release soon to send to NASA and every outlet we can! Together we can all find a way to have these sampled! We want this soil sampled to look for signs of life.
Just like most Mars Anomaly images there is always a lot of people who come and watch and have already judged the video before even watching. I ask you to please open your mind and watch the following video and view the enhanced versions of each anomaly below before rendering judgment!
Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
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I guess NASA is not going to be testing these what look to be dripping or seeping water flows on Mars. Thanks to researchers and my buddy Kjell we now have over 20 images that have these type of what look to be water and liquid flowing from rocks on the surface. Most of them are at areas exactly like this. There are some cool rock formations in this image as well as a box in the upper corner that looks very symmetrical. (And not the box my picture is in) lol. So much to get to I had a blast at the Space Science Week hanging out with all the intellectuals and will be doing a video "What I learned at SSW 2016" here soon and reporting on Richard C. Hoaglands Other side of midnight show as well this week. Much love to everyone. What do you think this is? Liquid? Just dark soil? You tell me!
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