New Pluto Images Show Signs Of Prior Life Under Ice?

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I never expected to find geometry and signs of intelligent construction on a "planet" so far away as Pluto.  Of course Pluto has been downgraded from a real planet the features shown in the latest releases of NASA's New Horizon mission may change the minds of some of the scientists.  What happened to this planet?  We have taken a look at it now and again here at WUITS and have been stunned with the beauty and now the up close and personal geometry, long tube features and what looks to be the frozen remains of a once thriving planet filled with beings.  Make sure you give your eyes time to adjust to this imagery since we are not used to looking at such strange architecture once you "see it" there will be no going back.  You can't help but see the angles, patterns, grids and much more!  Enjoy!

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

YouTube User:  WhatsUpInTheSky37

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This one I admit took me by surprise and at first did not seem like anything major to me.  Once I sat and stared a little more and let my eyes adjust to this image since we have not gone over many New Horizon images the structures and geometry started to pop out at me.  This is one you surely want to download the images and check out the website for the enhanced views!  This will be our first taste of Pluto with many more images to come as the New Horizons team sends back the higher resolution images! As always I may be way off base here and I see what I see so I hope that you do your own looking and let us know what you are seeing!  Here are the image links below!

NASA Image 1: http://pluto.jhuapl.edu/Multimedia/Science-Photos/pics/MountainousShorline.jpg

NASA Image 2: http://pluto.jhuapl.edu/Multimedia/Science-Photos/pics/PlutosBadlands.jpg

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Thank you for taking your time to read this article and even if you do not agree with my findings I still hope that you enjoyed the video!  A thank you is also in store to everyone who has helped with the spacial images and has spent their time researching these taboo subjects so we can all move forward with more information and understanding.  If you have a space image or something else related that you would like analyzed feel free to email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit http://www.whatsupinthesky.com for more contact information and more space anomalies. 

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Thank you to Todd who is one of our forum moderators at http://www.whatsupinthesky.com for sharing this one in the forum.  I am sure others have found this before although NASA sure did hide it well in the Black and White footage on their website.  Making it harder for the public to see things like that if it wasn't for people like Todd and oh so many more going through the 100 percent lossless files as well as the 8 bit versions of them that come directly from the rover.   It takes us six months to between PDS dumps which often have older images on them as well.   So let me know what you think below?  Artifact or Natural?  My mind isn't made up on this one yet!

NASA Link:  https://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/01555/mcam/1555MR0079850020800153C00_DXXX.jpg

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