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Will Google Mars Lead Us To Finding Martians?

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Google made it easier to take a stroll on Mars with it’s “Google
Mars”. Similar to Google Maps, Google Mars allows users to scan the surface
of Mars, keep track or orbiters, and search for anomalous features. This new
Mars Scanning Technology makes the possibility of finding life on Mars much
greater. Extraterrestrial life researchers can now use this great tool to gather
new data that may ultimately lead to the discovery of life on another planet.

If we think about the possibilities that can transpire from this new tool, we
will find many new avenues to explore. I was trying out some of the features
available on the site, and although there are still many limits of usage, a lot
of the features were impressive.

The map views currently offer three views. Elevation, visible, and 
Infrared. The elevation and infrared views are very impressive and should prove
to be a huge asset when searching for anomalies. The elevation feature works
with colors that represent different altitudes of the surface. Using the
elevation feature, the viewer gets a better view of structural and dimension
displaying features. This should make it much easier and more accurate when
searching for artificial or intelligent designed features. The infrared view
will display a black and white imagery, but the outline of ridges and dividing
marks becomes apparent. This feature will also prove useful when examining
surface features.

I have noticed that some areas allow you to zoom very close and observe
features with detailed imagery, as where other areas only allow far away views.
I have been unable to use this tool to see “The Face On Mars” closeup
as of now.

Google Mars is equipped with a search box and will provide a direct link to
any location with the click of the mouse. As more researchers start trolling
around the surface of Mars, I am 100% confident more anomalies and viewpoints
will surface that may ultimately prove to be solid evidence of intelligent life.

Here’s a link to Google Mars. http://www.google.com/mars/ 

As a word of documenting advice, if you do come across anything that appears
anomalous, I recommend you take a print screen of the image in addition to the
link. I am not saying Google or NASA will cover up any unordinary imagery that
slips in, but there are many conspiracy theories floating around about this
subject.

Be sure to let me know about any anomalies found..