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Men from Mars. There are So Many!
We all know about the "Face on Mars". Well, now there are two. Believe it or not, no one even questions this. For an additional fee, we'll composite the face of your choice (or of your dreams) as the second face on Mars. (The second face has been made purposefully hard to see. Folks tend to sit around in bars for hours, staring, turning the picture, studying---then, all of a sudden, some blonde in the corner screams out, "Oh! Now I see it!") Just rotate the article 90 degrees counter-clockwise, and the "second face" will jump right out at you. We even left the guy's glasses on. Good Grief.
NASA Plate shows "unidentified" symmetrical pattern
Second Face Discovered on Mars Surface?
NASA Scientists Discredit Interpretation
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NASA scientists and astronomers met behind closed doors today in Seattle, to presumably prepare a collective statement regarding the claim that a second "face" has been discovered on the Mars surface.
"It was there all the time," said Bill Slokum, proponent of the notion that certain symmetrical patterns represent a face. "We just needed the plates that showed it under the proper lighting conditions. We were sure when the first face was seen," continued Slokum. "But when we obtained new plates through the freedom of information act, and saw the new pattern east of the original, then we knew we were really on to something. This is one of the plates NASA didn't want you to see, ladies and gentleman. It's up to the people to ask them why."
James Andersen, a veteran of many Mars probe projects, was selected by the elite group as temporary spokesman while in Seattle.
"I can state categorically," said Andersen, "That this new area of random rock formations is just that and nothing more---random rock formations. There is no possible way anyone could interpret the images as representative of anything more."
Slokum says his group expects to receive more previously unreleased NASA Mars plates. "We'll see what we see then," he concluded.
See Manned Mission Finally on Docket Page D-5
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