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Cydonian Imperative: 11-16-01 - Another Unusual

From: Mac Tonnies <macbot@yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2001 21:01:35 -0800 (PST)
Fwd Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 08:54:03 -0500
Subject: Cydonian Imperative: 11-16-01 - Another Unusual


The Cydonian Imperative
11-16-01

http://mactonnies.com/cydonia.html

Another Unusual Martian Crater
by Mac Tonnies

Keith Laney has located a Martian crater that features an
interestingly geometric "stadium"-like formation near its
center. The bracket-shaped enclosure (?) in the crater's center
is atypical, if nothing else. I find the fact that it appears
hard-edged (while the remainder of the crater is quite eroded
and rounded) interesting. Also of interest is the precise
semicircular feature near the crater's left-hand lip.

[image]

Many have theorized that if Mars is home to alien ruins, some of
these might reveal themselves as underground enclosures. The
strange "sunken" aspect of the Fort formation in Cydonia is
evidence of this, and anomalies near (or overlapping) crater
rims strengthen arguments that the always-hypothetical Martians
relied on impact basins for unknown reasons. (I personally
suspect that craters provided the hypothetical Martian
civilization with "ready-made" habitats, perhaps allowing easy
access to subsurface water ice.)

Interesting "plough marks" next to the Cliff (located adjacent
to a "splash"-style impact crater) also argue for a practical
architectural reason for building near, or within, meteor
craters. Marshall Savage, in his book "The Millennial Project,"
specifically addresses the advantages of erecting domes over
pre-existing craters for purposes of habitation; readers may
remember the curiously "Epcot-like" sphere featured in an
earlier installment.

http://mactonnies.com/cydonia.html

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