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#34
the ground view of the southern side (#1)

matches like a before and after to Andrew Currie's "cataclysm"  art piece

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#35
http://thehiddenmission.com/D&M/D&M.htm

Revised and loaded.


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#36
I wish HiRise would do my last request to do a FULL 3D SQUARE CRISM and HiRise of the SMOKING PYRAMID !!!

And NOT wait until the 2020 Missions are in the Space on their way.

That item DESERVES as much, if not more, HIGH UP on the list of SCIENCE ENIGMATIC !!!

What if that's METHANE in that vaporous that is CONTINUOUSLY coming FROM that round 100 meter hole on the very edge of a 150 meter cliff.  It CANNOT be a crater- it would have shattered the edge.  It cannot be a rise from the ground, it would NOT have been in that "Intelligence" design.

Want to know who put that blank note on the ROCK the uncurious curiosity STOPPED exactly next to that rock as the Navcam was looking for it.  Now the "normal" procedure has ALWAYS been to STAY IN-SITU and do a COLOR panorama from the Mastcam- this time they did NOT.  Several JPL people also agree that moving before the mastcam can acquire the card attached to a rock like it was a marker to stop.

Trump and NASA/JPL are NOT being HONEST !!!   Naughty 

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#37
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The selection of images is spectacular!
There certainly are remnant structural anomalies all around the pyramid.
This one caught my eye,
in the top left corner of the Northwest Corner image Whip
you have to double click the image to get high mag.

http://thehiddenmission.com/D&M/northwestcorner.html


There are two separate but nearly conjoined possible remnant structural ruins here.
The smaller one on the right,
has a very unusual surface texture on the top surface. 
Could just be the odd array of distributed debris,
on a flat top surface,
but it also has the look of deliberate decorative surface in some sort of expressive design.
Regardless the two items together do appear as structural ruins.
I think that each one of those forms is no more than 30-50 meters wide.
Size suggestions would be helpful.
This may be too close up. 

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