Twisted Rebar & Concrete Slabs Buried On Mars?

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We have been seeing what looks to be an amazing civilization at one time that now sits in utter rubble from whatever turned Mars from a paradise into hell frozen over.  The artifacts can be seen in almost every image.  Gale Crater was picked for a very good reason.  Rumors of a prior civilization at Mt Sharp have gone on for years.  We could not only be looking at the remains of one major civilzation but a variety of them that had came and fell like most seem to do.  The anomaly in this image I must say is rather strange.  It has a carved feel to it as well as what looks to be metal similar to rebar here in concrete sticking out of the left side of the anomaly.  The rounded back that looks like some sort of bucket is also a strange feature to be sitting there on "just a rock".  As always we provide you with all the links and a forum on the website to bring your personal finds to.  This one was spotted and talked about by Todd here:  His cleanup version looks a little better then mine.  The 8 bit images sure are a blessing when they are available for the SOL's image that you are working on.  

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!

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This one to me is a very striking image.  It was posted on our forum by Admin Todd H who spotted this and shared it on the forum for discussion with the rest of us Space enthusiasts.   The showcased anomaly in this video seems to have pieces of metal material sticking up and out of the straight looking concrete slab.  It twists and turns just like metal that has heated up and been smashed during some cataclysm or even War.  The real prize was also the still in tact small looking storage area with a 90 degree stone wall tucked into the side like a V.   Above that we have what looks to be a carved symbol into the side of the "domes" as I am calling them.

As always I provide the links to the original images as well as the Article on the WUITS website that has usually 5-10 enhanced closeups of areas of interest on the image in question.

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Todd did a great job reworking these images from the .img and .lbl files over at the PDS.  I am sure someone has found this before but it was new to me for sure.  I didn't know what to call this video!  Best sand castle on Mars?   There are so many what look to be manufactured items on these two images that they were totally worth a video if you ask me!  I am trying to bring you all the best and boy do we have a couple saved up for you!  Much love to everyone as I have been busy with work and around the house and haven't had time to put as many videos as I want out.  I am going to bring the stuff that I really enjoy for now and this year after the new year I will be back to where I can publish more!   So what did I miss on here?  I have a bunch of great enhanced images on the article for this one.



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