DIRTY DOZEN - Episode 38

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Why "Dirty Dozen"? The anomalies scattered everywhere across the Martian surface are treated like dirt by NASA, unceremoniously swept under the rug.

They are an embarassment to decent, "serious" scientists. The only embarrassment however, is that they eschew the true curiosity of real science to turn a blind eye to obvious evidence of intelligent design. Gotta protect that status quo no matter what!

And "Dozen"? We spend thousands of hours each year analyzing NASA/JPL Caltech data products searching for evidence that points to our belief: that Mars hosted (and perhaps STILL hosts) several civilizations that were shattered almost beyond recognition by a devasting, global-scale catastrophe. Each week, a baker's dozen (that's 13 for you younger folks) is selected for presentation in this format.

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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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