|LOST TRIBE, Wandering's ...: NASA Mars photo leaked!|
9 comments29 Dec 2008 @ 00:46 by mortimer : Does look like a log
I followed the link ... And that pic of the trees looks wild too
Now I wonder why NASA would be hiding things like this.
17 Jan 2009 @ 16:39 by martha : Killed??????
"Someone at NASA released a photo that they shouldn’t have, a picture of a piece of timber the size of a railroad tie, a photo that could get someone killed."
WHY WOULD SOMEONE GET KILLED OVER THESE PHOTOS???????
14 Feb 2009 @ 03:07 by vaxen : Hi...
bushman. Funding is important, isn't it? ;) Since we have bases, old ones, on Mars (Mars Force 1), and have for a very long time, it behooves the Fascisti in the One World Government to keep their machinations silent.
SPAWAR is a reality but for heavens sakes do NOT let the sheeple know about it! I mean DO NOT let the sheeple know about it or...you'll regret it and or be silenced.
Some sheeple know more than others where this policy is concerned and are maintaining their silence in obedience to COMCENT dictates. And the world spins round, and the swan rad rises and falls and my Sea Pig Howls in the deep desert nights. Good to see ya bushman. o▬♣○▼O▼○♣▬o
"We're makin a list, checkin it twice, gonna find out whose naughty and nice, Men In Black are coming to town.
We know when you've been sleeping, we know when you're awake, we know when you've been bad or good so be good for goodness sake!
Oh..." - MIB/NSA
14 Feb 2009 @ 06:30 by bushman : Yep
Well lucky for me they would do more damage to protecting thier own agenda if they were to take me out, and dont you just love that pic you posted? I have the full rez jpg 2000 , basicly about the size of a 4x8 sheet of plywood, lol. Note the alge growth, its probably the same as found in the Salton Sea in CA, Even the slightly milky water in the basin looks the same. :}
17 Feb 2009 @ 22:58 by vaxen : Heh, heh...
Yup. Reminds me of a lot of the old strip mines I used to deep dive in in Pennsylvania. As seen from the air, of course. I hope you'll continue along this line of research and that some of the flack from the past (Martha's comment) can be seen for what it is. TOo bad that so many have been conditioned to see 'conspiracy theory' in such a bad light. Thanks MSM and CIA you've done a grand old job of deceiting the truth away from good old General Publicus Maximus. The turnabout is coming, though, for just like the seeds of grass break open your cemet barriers (roads) so too shall the light come sprouting forth from your very well fertilized rhetoric.
Tata, bushman. Thanks... ~▼▬↨☻↨▬▼~
17 Feb 2009 @ 23:26 by jmarc : theyre hiding something
why would they give up the ultimate high ground and stop going to the moon. and why should it take so long to get back there? My laptop has more computation power than any of those apollo landers had. something aint right with this picture.
18 Feb 2009 @ 01:06 by bushman : lol
Im sure just the public stopped going to the Moon. :}
21 Jan 2012 @ 12:43 by linda @188.8.131.52 : ^_^
Wow.. I cant wait untill there are even more pics of the trees up in close to see in detail. Better yet.. Nasa and the beloved government to have the nuts in showing something to the public.. Ugh!! Unless someone on the inside kindly does a inside job.. And does humanity a favor. :)
22 Jan 2012 @ 06:06 by bushman : :}
Would be nice for sure to know the real truth. It's not like we didn't have the tech millions of years ago, it's more likely they just don't want us barbarians to have the tech. Like if they made nuclear powered cars today, messed up people with messed up minds would do extremely bad things with them.
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