and the Cydonia Hypothesis
It is claimed that meteorite ALH84001, thought
to be from Mars (figure 34), may contain fossilized microorganisms (McKay
1996). The researchers cite only five pieces of evidence to support their
claim (Carlotto 1997) and state that “although there are alternative explanations
for each of these phenomena taken individually, when they are considered
collectively, particularly in view of their spatial association, we conclude
that they are evidence for primitive life on early Mars.” As Dr. Carlotto
writes, “surely a similar argument can be used here to justify another
extraordinary claim – that there may be large artificial structures on
the surface of Mars. A claim that is, in fact, supported by considerably
more evidence” (Carlotto 1997). This evidence, as well as the fact that
liquid water was at one time plentiful on Mars, and clearly evident in recent MGS imagery to this day, supports the Cydonia Hypothesis of artificiality, that the origins of the unusual objects may have indigenous life origins.
Read a NASA publication compiled by Pat Dasch and Allan Treiman, complete with many relevant images, on the Mars meteorite and ancient life on Mars.
Ancient Life on Mars???