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Ancient Aliens on Mars II [Kindle Edition]

Mike Bara

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In Ancient Aliens on Mars II, New York Times bestselling author Mike Bara returns the reader to Mars to examine the enduring mysteries of the Red Planet. Building on the case made in Ancient Aliens on Mars and using data acquired from sophisticated new scientific instruments like the Mars Odyssey THEMIS infrared imager, Bara shows that the region of Cydonia overlays a vast underground city full of enormous structures and devices that may still be operating. He peels back the layers of mystery to show images of tunnel systems, temples and ruins, and exposes the sophisticated NASA conspiracy designed to hide them and discredit the researchers that discovered these exotic ruins. Bara also tackles the enigma of Mars’ hollowed out moon Phobos, and exposes evidence from over 30 years of observations that it is artificial. Long-held myths about Mars, including claims that it is protected by a sophisticated UFO defense system, are examined and illuminated. Data from the Mars rovers Spirit, Opportunity and Curiosity is examined; everything from fossilized plants to mechanical debris is exposed in images taken directly from NASA’s own archives. Finally, the author offers his take on the secret history of the Red Planet and what happened to the highly advanced civilization that once flourished there.

Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 6197 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 294 Seiten
  • Verlag: Adventures Unlimited Press (19. Juni 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00L4HQVEM
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #466.663 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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3.0 von 5 Sternen More of the same 9. Oktober 2014
Von Golden Egg - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I thought the first book on this subject was decent as it raised some good questions. The sequel seems to be an afterthought for much of the reading. There is a short piece on the mysterious monument on Phobos even though there is a very clear photo of it. The majority of the book is spent on Cydonia and many pictures toward the end that look too much like rocks.

Sometimes images will take the forms of things we are familiar with such as the face on page 134. It does resemble a face at first, but it could also be completely natural. Again, we need to actually get a good photo or visit the area to check out the claim it may be artificial.

We also get more pictures of possible "trees" which could be something else altogether. I don't know if any plant life like a tree could survive the harsh climate of Mars. It is very cold at night and the warmest the planet sees is just a bit above freezing.

One of the more interesting quotes from the book is this one:

"Popovich's status as a UFO believer also makes her less credible, in my opinion, because there is an inherent bias that comes with the territory." (page 31-32)

While he does also state she needs evidence to back up her claims, he should realize he is in the same boat as she is. There are many photographs here that are interesting but do not necessarily mean they are artificially made. I do think the geometrical shapes pointed out do need studying. There are some images that seem to be stretching it to make the claim they are artificial. I do think the air guitar playing cat is interesting, but again it could be the angle from which it was taken.

Are there creatures and life on Mars now as some of the images want us to believe? As I stated above, the planet is too hostile to support any sort of complex life forms as we know of. There would need to be water in abundance and what has been found is quite frozen.

I'm not going to throw the baby out with the bath water here as some people do. I do hope one day in my lifetime we visit this most mysterious and wondrous world. For now, I'm not holding my breath.

As for the book, it has some interesting photos in it like the first one. But it does seem to be a rehash of the same stuff (other than a new type of imaging used).
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Wish I could rate different chapters seperate 18. August 2014
Von pfe - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Mr. Bars writes a book that arrives at an important and integrating conclusion, that being that Mars was once populated by a technological civilization that was destroyed in some planet-wide catastrophe some time in the distant past. I certainly believe this is true based on the evidence Bars presents in this book. But it's too bad that he wastes so much of the book boring his audience almost to sleep, first by trying to convince us that HAS a hidden agenda and is hiding the truth about what they have found throughout the solar system. And certainly they have been lying to the world in the process. YES, I get it! I think all of us who can think for ourselves have known this for a long time. So please, why bore us with your own trials and tribulations attempting to get "real uncorrected data" from a source of questionable reputation at best?
Then in the middle of the book you'll have to suffer through more details of digital image processing than anyone outside of Adobe should ever need to know. I wish that the author would skip all that fondly book and just cut to the chase. Just show us the pictures in HD and color if you have them. Explain what you and others see or think they see and let us make up our own minds. If that's not possible please draw a conclusion, tell us what it is, tell who was on Mars, when, what happened to them and why.
Well actually the book does get closer to that in the final chapter with good pictures from the rivers and narrative concerning what those pictures show.
In the end, I liked the book but I was disappointed that it left me hanging. I still want to know more. But I guess that's the way Mike Bora intends it to end. Like a Saturday afternoon serial so I'm forced to wait for his next book to see how the story continues.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Disappointed. Too much of the book is spent on ... 3. August 2014
Von Anthony Sakalauskas - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Disappointed. Too much of the book is spent on disputes the author has with people at NASA. The disputes go on page after page after page. They are boring, uninteresting and a waste of time to read. Just give us the good stuff we want to read about Mars. That's why we bought this book in the first place.

However, the second half of the book is very interesting.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen 150 really bad pictures of Mars 17. Juli 2014
Von S. Harris - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Enigmatic are the ways of Adventures Unlimited Press, verily. Last year Mike Bara presented them with a book about Mars that a) included a 29-page foreword (he called it a "forward") that was totally irrelevant, b) contained 13 documented factual errors, and c) totally ignored the hot topic of the Curiosity rover. Instead of sending him packing, as he deserved (and as I wrongly predicted in my review of 'Ancient Aliens on Mars') they gave him a contract for a further 234 pages of similar garbage. Oy veh.

"This book ... is about truth," the author declares on p.11. But he continues "...the kind of truth that you can only know in your heart and in your mind." Hang on to that, dear readers. This is emphatically NOT the kind of truth that is, you know, TRUE. As in, verifiable. Instead it's a collection of fantasies that can be dismissed under the general principle that "if it looks like a duck, that's not good enough. It has to walk like a duck and quack like a duck, too." That principle applies to virtually all Bara's 150 really bad pictures, of parrots, road runners, LAX restaurants, turbo-chargers etc. Bara calls these fantasies "unmistakable features" (p.159), "especially obvious artificial structures" (pp. 163, 172), "jaw dropping proof of artificiality" (p.177), and "the obvious signatures of technology" (p.213) but they are nothing of the kind. For the most part they are over-zoomed-in details from much larger images, and merely _look_roughly_like_ what Bara swears they actually are.

Please realize that his is not in any sense an "expert opinion." The _experts_ are the people who pulled off the almost incredible feat of landing Curiosity in Gale crater, and who placed wonderful high-definition cameras in orbit around both Mars and the Moon, that are still giving us excellent data years later. Mike Bara scoffs at those people, calling them "honest but stupid" folks inside NASA (p. 194), and "the most willfully [sic] ignorant of NASA's planetary scientists" (p. 182). Bara himself has no training and no expertise, and has demonstrated over and over again that his knowledge of the key disciplines of geology, planetary astronomy, orbital mechanics and image processing is fatally primitive. In short, he's an amateur.

Mike Bara still thinks the "Face" at Cydonia is artificial. He drags us once more through the history, starting with the original 1976 Viking image, and ending with the Mars Express 3-D images of 2006. He writes that the "secondary facial characteristics" -- nostrils, tear ducts -- are easily seen in the 2006 images, and that's his version of a "toldya!" But of course, he totally ignores the _very_best_ image, taken by the HiRISE camera of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in April 2007, in which the nostrils and so on have once again disappeared. The resolution of that image is 0.25 metres/px (cf. 13.7 m/px for the Mars Express images Bara prefers -- that's 55 times better.)

He accuses Seth Shostak of "crass intellectual dishonesty" (p. 10) for writing a piece in Huffington Post that said pretty much what I just wrote in paragraph 2. Kettle, meet Pot. Nor is Shostak the only one of Bara's critics who suffer his well-known talent for insult as an alternative to logical rebuttal. Phil Plait is "a grotesque little toad of [a] man..." (p. 70) and James Randi, Jim Oberg and Philip J. Klass are all "unpleasant characters" (p.70). Is this merely tacky, or totally unacceptable in a published book? Personally, I think the latter.

My final message to Adventures Unlimited is this: Please hire a better copy editor. This book has horrible homophones such as "poured over" for "pored over" (pp. 13,183). Bara writes "earmarks" when he means "hallmarks" (pp. 31, 205). Hilariously, he also writes "orthographically rectified" (pp. 15,119,120) when he means "ortho-rectified". "Orthographically rectified" can only mean "spell-checked." Orthographic rectification would not save this wretched book, but it'd be better than nothing. Ugh.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Interesting book but not as good as the previous Ancient Alien on Mars book 27. Oktober 2014
Von J. Hite - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
Interesting book but not as good as the previous Ancient Alien on Mars book. It tended to ramble a bit to fill the pages.
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