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Rodents live on mars?

This is from the official nasa website. Look for yourself.

https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/spaceimages/det...d=PIA16204

[Image: aXDE9cJ]

[Image: DihNEIZ]
(11-30-2019 05:58 AM)Kingmark Wrote: [ -> ]Rodents live on mars?

This is from the official nasa website. Look for yourself.

https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/spaceimages/det...d=PIA16204

[Image: aXDE9cJ]

[Image: DihNEIZ]

This was why the intel agencies had to launch the 'flat earth' psyop. They had lost all credibility with those investigating them critically, and had to make them look stupid.

Now, on that front they succeeded spectacularly.
pic no worky
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that could easily be a rock with a divot made to look like an eye
the color scheme is similar to the rocks around it

not convinced it is a squirrel.

I think the mars landing might be real, as they crash land on the surface with relatively primitive tech compared to the ultra high tech SOFT LANDING of APOLLO
Mars looks like a great place to take a Dune Buggy or a 4X4 or a trail bike.
^ lol

I actually think the mars missions are real for sure
(11-30-2019 11:29 PM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]^ lol

I actually think the mars missions are real for sure

Its not an "all or nothing" deal. I think certain elements of certain Mars missions may have used Earth footage. Why? Its an interesting question.

Could be as simple as budget. Maybe NASA budgets aren't going where they say they are going, but they have to keep up the charade. In counter to that though, the government has gotten so big I doubt it is THAT tough to find even upwards of $30 billion annually! Not to mention black budget funds.

Could be something as elaborate as wanting to see what they can get away with. Some part of NASA might literally be a psychological warfare division. We know they admit to employing a lot of artists, for e.g.

There was one a few years back where they tested an experimental way of landing on Mars. Any one remember that? Where it hovered just before touch down, lowered the rover, and then flew off and crashed/landed somewhere else? And the whole thing just seemed outlandish and done by the seat of their pants...
It would be relatively easy these days for any one with some basic amatuer film making skills to make a fake unmanned Mars landing video by using a Drone from Walmart and spending a day in the desert.

Same goes for the Rover footage, a remote control toy buggy with a go-pro would do the trick.



The one thing in the photo that makes it appear unearthly to me is the lack of any vegatation or flora. Even most deserts on Earth still have vegetation of some sort.
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