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A Geo-Biological Mars?
Movies have a habit of mimicking the future, and the startling aspects of some of the most recent Mars images released by NASA strike an unusual chord with the movie, Mission to Mars. The premise of this film is that man evolved from Martian DNA and that our genetic ancestors have been patiently waiting for us to supply a genetic code sequence that will unlock the mystery of our origins. Now that the latest Mars images look (and seem to behave) like human cells, the premise of this film might have been based on knowledge that if made public, could sweep away many of our most ancient beliefs.
Old Secrets, New Puzzles
During various orbits around Mars, Malin Space Science Systems quietly and repeatedly targeted their camera on an area of the South Pole exhibiting extraordinary circular, symmetrical features.
Many images characterising South Pole geology have been released to the usual media outlets. However, none of the publicly announced images seems to explain the unusual behaviour depicted in the images that have been quietly tucked away in the immense Planetary Image Atlas archive.
There are many unusual geographical features on Mars. This diversity proudly defines just how different the planet is in relation to our Earth. Many features show amazing symmetry that has lead some people to believe they are artificial creations.
The Face and associated nearby Pyramids are the most famous of these structures. Another less known but equally interesting formation is the Inca City.
What makes these structures amazing is their almost perfect square, rectangular or pyramidal shape that was discovered in initial low resolution Viking data. With the new and improved technology we now have orbiting Mars, we can see these same structures with new levels of detail. The new images have shown that these structures are not as perfectly formed as previously believed, but are nonetheless geometrical enough to warrant continued analysis.
What surprised us recently, were some amazingly perfect geometrical structures situated only a few degrees away from the Inca City. These images were not seen by Viking and were recently captured on extremely high-resolution photos. We believe that structures like these have never been seen before on Earth or Mars. As you will see, these structures have astoundingly perfect size, shape and behaviour seen only in living organisms.
The formations in these images are very similar to what you would expect to see when looking under a microscope at biological cells. They even appear to behave in a similar fashion.
If these "cells" were created by upwellings from beneath the surface, you would expect to see random sizes, shapes and even locations. However, these cells are all precisely the same size, shape and never appear on their own. Each cell is approximately 600 meters in diameter. They are always attached to other cells in the same manner as that of human cells when they divide.
The image on the left shows the similarity to a human ovum. The areas close to the cells at first glance appear irregular, but have actually been formed by individual cells that have merged.
A normal join between cells looks like this:
When a new cell replicates, it can either extend out from the side of an existing cell, or even emerge from between two already joined cells like this:
So how old are these cells? It appears that as each cell is initially formed, an inner ring is produced looking like a trapped air bubble. As the age of the cell increases, the bubble slowly dissipates and breaks up as in the following sequence of cells.
We have characterised the aging process, but how long does it actually take the formation to appear? In the photographs NASA has provided, there are only full sized mature cells and newly forming cells, no in between medium sized cells. This leads us to believe that the formation process must happen quite quickly.