by Joseph P. Skipper
June 6, 2010

from MarsAnomalyResearch Website


This report will demonstrate another discovery of Mars biological life from a single image strip but it will also demonstrate how easy it is for mainstream researchers to overlook that life by making initial assumptions with respect to the visual evidence that is wrong but understandable.


We'll start with the first two images below.

The above 1st image is of the upper portion of the image strip in question while the 2nd is of the lower portion.


Note that both of these are map-projected (angled) at MSSS and presented here full size just as anyone including mainstream researchers will first see them displayed in the official science data. You can verify this by clicking on the above MSSS link and then clicking on the first (.jpeg) or second (.gif) listed links at MSSS as would be normal for anyone.

As I suspect most of you can see, at this size scale there is nothing particularly remarkable about these images. Nothing that would cause you to want to look with more attentiveness. For the most part is just looks like essentially some barren terrain with some mildly rough gullies in it and no special object to catch the eye. If you are a researcher looking at many of these images and it all is getting pretty boring, you would likely just assume nothing of interest here and move on to another image.

Just in case you were not examining this at MSSS who produced these images but at USGS who ultimately stores them, you would see essentially the same boring thing but visually even worse quality due to official level flipping.


Now go to the above USGS link for the same image and verify this. It's true there as well because, even though the image there is vertical in orientation, it is still based on the above MSSS map-projected image and just converted over into a vertical configuration and flipped.

For most researchers working in the MGS MOC data, whether working with images at MSSS or USGS, the look at this strip's detail as represented by the above 1st and 2nd images is likely as far as one would get before moving on to another strip.


You see what you expect to see and, after all, we all know that Mars is a barren lifeless place with nothing but geological features to spark interest. Right?


So what is going to be interesting about some barren wind eroded terrain that you've already seen plenty of in prior images like this?

It comes to mind that a secrecy agenda would be well aware of this typical human behavior trait and potentially capitalize on it. How? By manipulating scale so that detail and patterns in the terrain tend to merge into an obscure mass with each other. So, by increasing the distance, some certain evidence can be hidden right in plain sight as is the case here.


It isn't the most effective tactic but it does work and it provides tactical variety to the obfuscation process.

Now the above 3rd image is again of the top of the same strip and the 4th image is again of the bottom of the strip.


However, they are this time in a vertical configuration and their view is slightly enlarged right in the official data providing a little more detail. These vertical views are from the 3rd and 4th listed strips at MSSS that is not available at USGS.


Again I have done nothing in either image but have presented them just as they appear in the data including scale.

As I think most of you can see, the top of the strip still looks like it could be geological terrain even if one might begin to suspicion that something else could be going on there. However, the bottom of the strip as represented by the 4th image and particularly along the left edge and lower left corner is definitely beginning to look like something that isn't geological terrain.


Now the slightly closer scale view looks like something you would want to examine a lot closer requiring strip download and closer examination at some zoom factor at the very least.

Remember, most researchers making assumptions about what they were looking at in the first images at that poor scale would not have gotten this far. So we've downloaded the vertical best quality .gif image and took a better and closer look at it in Photoshop or the graphics software of your choice. Now let's see what a closer look reveals in the next images.


Note that I have also added some color to help some with detail.

As you can see, in the above 5th image of the top of the strip and the above 6th image of the bottom of the strip and particularly in the 6th image, the evidence no longer looks like geological terrain, at least not any that I've ever seen.


Note that the view is still from one side edge of the strip to the other inclusive. In fact, the evidence doesn't look like anything that most of us might be familiar with. However, since this is a different world with its own unique and likely very different evolutionary path, one can logically expect to see things unfamiliar to the Earth human eye, especially living things, and here it is.

Regardless of where rock and soil geology is found, it follows visual patterns relatively familiar to us because it exists adhering to certain physical laws of the forces that create and change its appearance. To the layman's eye a rock from Earth versus one from Mars versus one from an asteroid look about the same.


Only close expert analysis begins to reveal subtle differences not at first visually apparent. If there are significant visual appearance differences, then the rocks were no doubt subjected to what we would consider extreme forces.

Life on the other hand is generally very adaptive to differing conditions and over the long haul, if it can survive, it changes and often right down a fundamental levels.

  • On Earth the presence of advanced life in the form of man influences just about every other living thing on the planet. For example, a tree forest is regarded as a resource by man and forests are constantly being manipulated and in many cases destroyed by man.

  • On Mars for what ever reason, a unique feature is that forests of different kinds tend to fill a given territory unabated in great super packed high density without change for great periods of time.

In such a forest scenario, the only competitor that may tend to limit their growth and spread is another adjacent forest of a different kind and reproductive spores that drift around the entire planet looking for a spot to flourish in.


Consequently, Mars forests tend to become very aggressive and massive with individual objects within them really bulking up and tightly filling space so that competing bio-life has no chance to plant something reproductive in their midst.

Likewise, surface water is a very valuable commodity on Mars. Its presence almost certainly triggers very aggressive bio-life reproduction cycles on a first come first served basis. So there is likely a tendency for first come forests to protect it as an essential resource by covering it over and absorbing as much of it as possible into their structures to prevent its loss via evaporation.

Here on Earth there is a tendency for man in his arrogance to dismiss forest life as just dumb plant life and only a resource for man.


This is very short sighted and not true at all. Forests are smart but different and especially in their goals. Although it is never thought of as such, forests utilize man as well as a great variety of animal life, insect life, and bird life as well as environmental conditions in their survival strategies.


I wonder if they have a since a humor as well at our arrogance of who is in fact manipulating who?



The above 7th image provides a 200% closer view of the evidence in the lower left of the strip.


You'll need to decide for yourself what you are looking at but for me I suspect what I'm looking at here is some kind of biological life super dense and massive size growth that completely carpets the underlying terrain hiding it from view. I suspect that it may be some kind of succulent type growth with a very tough exterior that serves to seal in fluids including water.

Note that what we're looking at here is actually three different appearances of the same growth.


I suspect the most dense form in the upper portion of the strip is the mature form that tends to seal itself through tightly packed very high density over the underlying geological terrain. I suspect the finer patterned evidence on the right of the strip in the mid and lower areas is a reproductive bloom process providing another different visual appearance.


In order for the life to do this it must open up its tightly packed configuration to produce this bloom as it is doing along the left of the strip that is the most revealing to us as to its true nature.

So you see, if you're a researcher assuming too much in the initial look process, this is the bio-life discovery you've denied yourself a look at in this strip.


You know what they say about assumptions! The problem with assumptions here in this case is that they are exacerbated by the peer indoctrination that Mars is a hard frozen, super dry world devoid of life and so the exact opposite of that just can't, must not, exist.

Put yourself in a respected scientist's position.


If I accept that the above latter images represent life, then I may have to in turn accept that my expensive advanced education was in part a sham, that my peers and I were naive and have been scammed by those trusted as unimpeachable, and that I'm not as smart as I thought I was and others think that I am,

Even if I can get past that point, then I'm faced with the issue of what to do about it?


If I speak out publicly against the system trying to redeem my self respect, I could jeopardize my career where reputation is everything and put my family's future welfare at risk as well as isolate myself from my peers and their consensus now increasingly focused negatively against me.


Let's see, denial versus risk, denial versus risk, ...okay I'll just deal with that another day.