Saturday, January 05, 2008

Is This a Doorway on Mars?




New NASA photos have revealed what looks like a "man-made" door on the side of a mountain on the surface of Mars. Of course the experts claim that it's merely a geological formation, but I like to think that it's the entrance to the Martian's secret underground lair.

You can see more pictures, and read a fascinating post about the possiblity of sending humans to Mars, on The Daily Galaxy blog.


13 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

YAy another first comment
that is kinda freaky waht if there was a Shadow City on MArs and the IRREgulars visited it!!! :0 WOW
mkb

4:14 PM  
Anonymous udon't need2knowmyname said...

that is pretty cool. MAybe that's where Hades is. I always pictured Hades Underworld to be on mars instead of under our shoes. I have no idea why. Maybe that's where Euridice is trapped, and Orpheus is at the door, singing and crying. My o my, what a gruesome future he holds. Until death, that is.

4:49 PM  
Anonymous ananka said...

Interesting (and bizarre thoughts), MKB and UDN2KMN.

4:53 PM  
Blogger International Mastermind said...

I am sorry- I tried to think of something bizzarre, but I couldn't!

Has anyone tried to open it yet?

5:31 PM  
Anonymous SAME ANANYMOUS said...

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5:57 PM  
Anonymous Patsee said...

Poor Eurydice xP. It'd suck to be on Mars. You'd think she'd get cold...

(that's one of my favorite Greek myths)

8:14 PM  
Blogger Spring said...

It would be so cool if it was a real man-made "door-way!"

8:26 PM  
Blogger ookamishinzui said...

Sorry,please refresh my memory who is Euridice? udn2kmn, U have a wild,strange imagination, I like that. I have one too, but it really creeps me out most of the time.

12:06 AM  
Anonymous udon't need2knowmyname said...

Its one of my fav greek myths, too. I also love the one about aphrodite and hermes. Athena's cool, too.

12:31 AM  
Anonymous udon't need2knowmyname said...

Euridice was orpheus's fiance. right after she got married, she was bit by a snake and died. orpheus went looking for her and almost got her out of the underworld, but not quite. she was sent back and he eventually died of a broken heart and was reunited with euridice after death.

4:59 PM  
Anonymous Kad said...

That is pretty Fasinating. Although i dont believe in aliens, i do find it pretty cool.

~Kad


Sorry nothing weird to say.

7:52 PM  
Anonymous cupcakedoll said...

Well obviously the Tardis parked there and then a Martian wind blew it over making a rectangular depression.

...nah, my geeking cannot compare with udon'tned's cool thought.

3:05 AM  
Anonymous Hazel said...

I wonder what it is! Maybe there used to be life on Mars, beyond like microbes I mean.

11:22 AM  

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