Artificial Structure Found on Mars
The Journal of Scientific Exploration announced in its Fall 2011 Issue that an artificial structure was found on Mars by George Haas, founder and primary investigator of The Cydonia Institute and James Miller, independent planetary researcher and member of The Cydonia Institute. They show evidence of an Avian Geoglyph on A Artificial Structure ON the surface of Mars. This is the First Acceptance and acknowledgement by the scientific community of the existence of an aesthetically designed artificial structure on the surface of Mars and should encourage a serious review of the growing archive of Artificial Structure observed on the red planet. Historically – this could be viewed as the “Disclosure Event” of the 21st Century!!! Congratulations to George Haas and James Miler!
Below is from their site about the artificial structure
Abstract – Findings from a series of independent investigations are summarized and presented as evidence in support of the hypothesis that certain features on the Martian surface are artificial ( Artificial Structure) in origin. The discussion focuses on the Cydonia region in Mars’ northern hemisphere. The features under investigation include a formation about 2.5 by 2 km in size that resembles a humanoid face staring up into space from the surface and a number of nearby objects. One set of objects located 10-20 km southwest of the Face which has been termed the “City” has several unusual Artificial Structure comparable in size to the Face and a number of smaller Artificial Structure which together with the larger objects in the City appear to be arranged in an organized pattern. Several other anomalous features in the area are also examined. Three types of evidence are presented which support the hypothesis that the objects in question are artificial. The first is based on a detailed examination of the objects themselves, the second concerns spatial and angular relationships, and the third involves a comparative analysis of the shape of certain objects. Using a Bayesian inference model and assuming the above sources of evidence are mutually independent we show that the existing evidence strongly supports the hypothesis that these objects may be artificial in origin.