Unknown Object On Mars Recently Discovered On Google Mars..!!?

mars object
The video David Martines uploaded to YouTube has been viewed more than 850,000 times. He says the 750′-by-150′ cylinder-like structure that he’s zoomed in on using Google Mars looks like it’s made for people to inhabit. In the video, Martines say he assumes people live in the cylinder or have lived in it.
Some sort of “energy ray from space” that got into the camera? Whatever it is, next time someone stumbles upon something like that, the government will make sure that the photo will be even more blurry or the SWAMP GAS THEORY in action.
We are not gonna speculate but according to a recent Discovery documentary, when asked about whether they gonna notify the public about the discovery of an extra-terrestrial signal, the director of the SETI project said “NO”. He said that they have strict regulations concerning the disclosure of such information to public and a possible mass panic effect if such information reaches Mass Media. Discovery aired the documentary a few weeks ago. Kinda makes you think…………
Some claim that if you find this image right now, it have “mysteriously” become even more blurry and pixelated. By the way, what if it’s just a DEFECT?

Journey of Mankind

Journey of Mankind

Who were our ancestors? From where did we originate? If we came out of Africa, what factors governed our routes? And when? Now finally this interactive genetic map, created collaboratively with Professor Stephen Oppenheimer, based on his book ‘Out of Eden‘ / ‘The Real Eve’, reveals an exciting journey of opportunity and survival, confirmed by genetic science and documented by ancient rock art, we look in depth at the Journey of Mankind and investigate how modern science has helped shed light on this monumental exodus.

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Alex Honnold – Alone On The Wall

Twenty-three year old Alex Honnold is taking the high-stakes sport of free solo climbing to new heights.

Climbing truly massive walls without a rope, and zero chance of survival if he falls, Alex is calm and fearless (except when it comes to girls). But attempting the 2,000-foot wall of Half Dome, the greatest free solo ever attempted, would finally teach Alex the meaning of fear.

Released in 2010. 24 min. Directors: Peter Mortimer, Nick Rosen. Part of the First Ascent series

Free Soloing with Alex Honnold at Yosemite National Park