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Red Planet (2000)

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Old Jun 28, 2006, 08:46 AM   #1
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insects & chlorophyll

You are aware probably NASA uses red filters to "marcianize" Mars both in its sky and to make the soil more reddish than actually is. Vegetation with chlorophyll aborves red light and just a small amount of blue light, hence vegetation appears like DARK SPOTS in red-filtered images while with blue-filtered images the objects are not different from the ground. Therefore NASA uses the filter to hide lakes and vegetation and that explains why both Bush senior and Jr. are willing to invest trillions of dollars to send Freemason astronauts to Mars in poorer America, see the official image below:
http://fotolog.terra.cl/miscelaneo:24
Of course now they declare something others knew already, the presence of methane and the possible causes for its actual existence.
In the film is good to see the aparatus and devices astronauts are using and the similar landscape. Did you know NASA pretends to send rovers with SPIDER EYES or vision-sensors?
www.spacedaily.com/news/mars-general-01d.html
When discussing the film "Alien versus Predator" I said just like in the film "The Thing" and X Files probably they use Antartic area to fight alien monsters (alien seems to be a reptile and insect at the same time) because Martian real meteorites have been found there. What the public usually ignores is what has been found in specific meteorite called "Frass". All spiders do have fused hea and thorax, so they can't turn their heads but a "spidy" found in this meteorite can turn its head because is very weird:
www.marslife.com/marsmeteorite
www.marslife.com/oldmarslife/spidy.html
Would that be a reason why Hollywood is interested in Spider Man trilogy and actor with similar face being a Hobbit fighting huge spider in Lord of the Rings III or re-making War of the Worlds fighting back Martian mechanical insects? I wonder....
You know in Peruvian plateau there's a giant design of a spider in Nazca desert.
http://fotolog.terra.com.br/inca:61

But how many people realize there's an equivalent design on Mars' surface?
http://fotolog.terra.com.br/inca:62
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Old Jun 28, 2006, 08:51 AM   #2
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Re: insects & chlorophyll

Now, films about MARS should know the uniforms used by astronauts are probably gonna be very blue to distinguish them from reddish dust in an eventual hurrican or storms.
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