The bizarre Mars anomalies spotted on Terra Sabaea were shot in high definition by the NASA Mars Orbiter. Self-proclaimed alien life expert Scott Waring took to his etdatabase.com blog to discuss his findings.
Waring said: “I have found some alien structures in a Mars photo.
These are absolute proof aliens exist, yet NASA has never addressed what these objects and others are
“These are absolute proof aliens exist, yet NASA has never addressed what these objects and others are.”
One structure is purported to be a two-tier black base sitting at the centre of a crater.
He claimed this is an image of a “disk” sitting in this huge Mars crater, adding: “There appears to be a giant crevice underneath the alien structure.
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“It seems pretty unique to me and it seems like a giant disk has landed in the centre.
“This alien disk must have landed at a 25 degree angle inside the crater.”
Waring then goes on to examine some of the other strange “structures” nearby.
The next unusual feature found in the desolate Martian landscape is described as “a building listing at a 45 degree angle”.
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He said: “The left hand-side is disguised by some of the Red Planet’s regolith, but some straight lines seem to remain visible.”
The provenance of a third area indicative of alien influence is also speculated about.
Waring said: “This is absolutely mind-blowing – this structure appears to have two tiers and it is sitting in the centre of this crater.”
The purple colour of the Mars anomaly does appear to be different from the surrounding craters.
The yellow-white cloud in the bottom-centre of this image is a Mars “dust tower”
Waring claims NASA has never addressed what the anomalies actually are
He said: “This crater’s colour is unlike anything around it. Do you see anything nearby that is this colour? No.”
The crater is estimated to be six to nine miles (10 to 15km) across.
This would make the supposed extraterrestrial base at least two miles (4km) wide.
Waring then presents a close-up version of the bizarre black dot sitting at the centre of the crater.
The anomaly is then examined in negative colour, providing a view of the so-called alien base Waring bizarrely describes as “Vatican-shaped”.
The alien Mars base quickly attracted scores of comments on YouTube.
YouTube viewer Charleen Sampson appeared convinced by the footage, writing: “Very cool finds Scott! The one that looks like a saucer, definitely looks like some kind of opening to inner Mars!”
And Curtis Hill agreed, commenting: “Its hard to tell as NASA mess with the pics so much but some looks like buildings.”
A lot of celebrities will be trying to monetize their fame this holiday season, and they need your help.
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HILTON HEAD, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina man who went to McDonald’s for a sweet tea says he received a little extra herbal substance on the side.
The Island Packet reports Parrish Brown went to a McDonald’s on Hilton Head Island and asked for a sweet tea with light ice and extra lemon.
Brown now believes “extra lemon” was code for marijuana, since he found three bags of weed in his cup. He says he only realized it once he was “high as a kite.”
Brown says he’d never had marijuana, so he didn’t recognize the taste. He says he paid regular price for the items.
Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Maj. Bob Bromage says an investigation is ongoing. He didn’t specify which McDonald’s Brown had gone to.
McDonald’s didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
Information from: The Island Packet, http://www.islandpacket.com
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Actress Elizabeth Banks and husband Max Handelman have been together for 27 years ― a veritable lifetime in Hollywood years.
It’s a track record even the “Charlie’s Angels” director is impressed with. In a new interview with Porter magazine, Banks talked about her relationship with Handelman, who she met on the first day of college at the the University of Pennsylvania in the early ’90s.
“Twenty-seven years. It’s the thing I’m most proud of,” she said of her marriage. “I do think people grow together or they grow apart. We definitely grew together. We were constantly making decisions that kept us close.”
One of those decisions? Working together. The pair, who married in 2003 and have two sons together ― Felix, 8 and Magnus, 7 ― launched Brownstone Productions, a film production company, in 2002. As Banks told Porter, Handelman worked in finance on Wall Street until she “dragged him into the industry.”
“He worked an 80-hour week; I was traveling all the time in a career that requires me to film on location for up to six months of the year,” she said. “Forming the company really was about trying to combine our professional and personal goals.”
Since then, the college sweethearts have gone onto produce a number of films together, including all three “Pitch Perfect” movies and most recently a “Charlie’s Angels” reboot, which Banks directed and also stars in.
As for how they’ve kept their relationship going, Banks said it’s helped that she’s “a little traditional when it comes to marriage.”
“I think there are people that go into marriage thinking: ‘If it doesn’t work, I’ll get divorced.’ That’s not me,” she said. “You’re going to have bad moments. You’ve committed to something. Do you value it or don’t you?”
It doesn’t hurt that the pair are still really into each other. Considering what Banks told Allure in 2015, it sounds like that’s been the case from the start.
“I didn’t meet my husband and think, I’ve met the man I’m going to marry,” she told the magazine. “I was like, He’s cute. I’ll f— him, because I’m 18 and in college.”
“Really, what happened was I’ve never met anyone that I liked more,” she continued. “In the early years, did I have crushes or little interests here and there? I know my husband did, and so did I, but we stayed together. We still to this day take the long view.”
With Handelman, she said, “there’s love. And then there’s lust. So it’s great.”