Absolute Proof - Atmosphere On Mars Like EarthBy Ted Twietmeyer
|When looking at NASA Mars rover photos of ice under the
wheels of the Spirit rover several years ago, it became obvious that a atmosphere
like that of Earth must be present. If Mars has almost no atmosphere as
claimed by NASA, then any water must have sublimated (transitioned from
liquid or solid into gas) thousands of years ago. Or perhaps even further
back in time. But there is a abundance of evidence showing the planet has
a real atmosphere.
NASA has steadfastly claimed there is almost no atmosphere on Mars. Here are several facts which contradict this absurd statement:
1. I dedicated a full chapter of my 2005 book "What NASA Isn't Telling You About Mars" proving NASA has been red-shifting all Mars color surface images. Each lander or rover has a color reference chart with red, green and blue as well as gray scale. Viking had a American flag printed on the side of a housing the Viking camera could photograph. NASA color corrections were made, causing the flag on the Viking lander to have purple stripes.
Rover sundials have 4 color reference chips equally spaced. Colors of the 4 chips in Mars images do not even remotely match a sundial photo taken at Cornell, where the sundials were designed and made.
When I color-corrected Mars rover photos to match the color reference chips seen in the Cornell sundial photo, Mars color photos show a tan surface with a BLUE sky. It is Rayleigh scattering of light in a planet's atmosphere that produces a blue sky, just as we see here on Earth. Insufficient atmosphere = no blue sky.
2. There is the matter of dust devils photographed by rovers on Mars' surface. How could dust devils form and sweep up surface dust across the Martian surface, if there is almost no atmosphere as NASA claims?
3. How can dust accumulate on rover solar panels and be repeatedly swept away by a wind that supposedly does not exist? I have done essays on this years ago. I proved this occurs from one Martian day to the next using two NASA rover closeups of horizontal rover solar panels. Even more high strangeness - photos of solar panels are cleaned free of dust - with another solar panel right beside it still covered in dust.
It is impossible for wind to be that surgically precise, month after month and year after year. Only one answer is possible - someone or something is on Mars cleaning selected rover solar panels to keep the two rovers alive for several years. Schematics or information is required to know which panels need to be kept free of dust so batteries can remain charged. (NASA uses redundant solar panels on all spacecraft in case of failure. Backup panels would not need to be cleaned.) For the two rovers to keep functioning for several years and not 60 days defies all reasoning. 
In 2005, NASA announced Spirit and Opportunity rovers would only function for about 60 days and then go silent. This estimate was based on the known deposition of dust over time. Dust was expected to coat the solar panels, rendering them useless to recharge batteries. Estimates for the rate of dust deposition/Martian day was obtained from a study of Viking Lander spacecraft data from the seventies. A science paper defining the average dust deposition rate on surfaces has been available online. Viking is still on Mars but now silent.
4. Now more evidence is coming out from NASA - admitting there is liquid water on the planet's surface. Yet all water and ice on Mars (which supposedly has almost no atmosphere) has not fully sublimated into gas? Sublimation can only be stopped if sufficient air pressure is present, to keep water in a frozen or liquid state. See http://rt.com/news/water-flowing-mars-nasa-evidence-470/ for recent new info.
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