Post by George J. Haas on Apr 17, 2012 7:16:54 GMT -5
In response to NASA's release of the Elephant Face on Mars, The Cydonia Institute sent Discovery News a press release alerting them (again) about the publication of a science paper in the Journal of Scientific Exploration revealing a parrot geoglyph on Mars - with 17 points of anatomical correctness. The following is the result of extended contact.
Is This a Parrot on Mars? Discovery News Analysis by Irene Klotz Wed Apr 11, 2012
"A new paper claims this is not a Rorschach test for the extraterrestrially challenged, but an anatomically correct, three-dimensional rendering of a parrot on Mars that is too accurate for chance."
Post by George J. Haas on Apr 26, 2012 7:48:44 GMT -5
The Space Science Producer at Discovery News give the Parrot on Mars more press
Lights and shadows: Why do we see elephants on Mars? by Ian O'Neill Apr 20, 2012
"Drawing parallels with the animal-shaped geoglyphs on Earth created by ancient cultures in the Americas, the SPSR researchers indicate that the "Mars Parrot" they've spotted in MGS photographs of the Argyre Basin region of Mars is an artificial construct. To further justify their "discovery", they asked for the help of experts to confirm that the parrot has all the attributes of a parrot. And looking at the imagery it does indeed look like a parrot..."
I saw this on Ancient Aliens. I never saw it before. Very interesting.
This is an interesting formation near Parrotopia, it looks like another bird. While it is hard to prove something is artificial from its shape, it is unusual for two formations close to each other to be bird shapes.
They are also nearly opposite a large hyperbola I found, Parrotopia is about 30 kilometers away from opposite and this is about 17 kilometers. That would be negligible as Mars can have area drift to slightly different positions. The hyperbola is hard to explain naturally, being so close to a perfect geometric shape and so large. It lines up nearly perfectly to the Crowned Face and another hyperbola in Hellas. So this makes the hypothesis of Parrotopia being artificial that much more plausible.