Ancient Aliens on Mars II

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In Ancient Aliens on Mars II, New York Times bestselling author Mike Bara returns the reader to Mars to examine the enduring mysteries of the Red Planet. Building on the case made in Ancient Aliens on Mars and using data acquired from sophisticated new scientific instruments like the Mars Odyssey THEMIS infrared imager, Bara shows that the region of Cydonia overlays a vast underground city full of enormous structures and devices that may still be operating. He peels back the layers of mystery to show images of ...
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In Ancient Aliens on Mars II, New York Times bestselling author Mike Bara returns the reader to Mars to examine the enduring mysteries of the Red Planet. Building on the case made in Ancient Aliens on Mars and using data acquired from sophisticated new scientific instruments like the Mars Odyssey THEMIS infrared imager, Bara shows that the region of Cydonia overlays a vast underground city full of enormous structures and devices that may still be operating. He peels back the layers of mystery to show images of tunnel systems, temples and ruins, and exposes the sophisticated NASA conspiracy designed to hide them and discredit the researchers that discovered these exotic ruins. Bara also tackles the enigma of Mars’ hollowed out moon Phobos, and exposes evidence from over 30 years of observations that it is artificial. Long-held myths about Mars, including claims that it is protected by a sophisticated UFO defense system, are examined and illuminated. Data from the Mars rovers Spirit, Opportunity and Curiosity is examined; everything from fossilized plants to mechanical debris is exposed in images taken directly from NASA’s own archives. Finally, the author offers his take on the secret history of the Red Planet and what happened to the highly advanced civilization that once flourished there.
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Was Mars once as lush and green as the Earth, and teeming with life?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781939149312
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
  • Publication date: 9/12/2014
  • Pages: 294
  • Sales rank: 192,194
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Mike Bara is the author of Ancient Aliens on Mars, Ancient Aliens on the Moon, The Choice and the New York Times best-selling book Dark Mission (with co-author Richard Hoagland).
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  • Posted August 3, 2014

    This book is not merely 'Poor" but REALLY, REALLY BAD. The

    This book is not merely 'Poor" but REALLY, REALLY BAD. The author claims that, because of some "conspiracy" in his imagination, NASA images are not trustworthy. However, the majority of the 150-odd images in his book come from -- guess where? -- NASA.

    He writes a two-page denial that there is any such thing as pareidolia, then spends another 100 pages illustrating it, by showing us Martian rock formations that remind him of animals and the terrestrial technology of the 20th century.

    Writing of the scientists and engineers at JPL who made these pictures possible by absolutely brilliant achievements in modern space science, Bara dismisses them as "honest but stupid" and "willfully [sic] ignorant." Bear in mind that Bara himself has no training in any relevant discipline, and has made howling errors in every book he has ever written.

    One chapter, titled "Mars Heats Up," appears to be a word-for-word copy of an identically-titled chapter in one of this author's previous books.

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