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Does anyone have a map of Mars? If you do, please mail me about it. I mean E-Mail.

Does Mars have any similarities with Earth? I mean I watched this show and they showed that that face they found on Mars is the same as the Sphinx in it true? Are we the extinct Marsians? Is there any Scientific explanation? Is this true? I saw it on a show called "Ancient Mysteries". Did anyone else see it? Please help me!

There are some maps of mars that have been pieced together from shots taken by various probes. A reference librarian or nasa spacelink here on newton could get you info.

The show Ancient Mysteries is very unauthentic. There is not any evidence that there is now or ever was life on Mars. The face on Mars is not apparent in any of the close photos. This kind of inaccurate programming is worse than lying. We are the results of millions of years of evolution from little single celled animals that adapted to earth. There is very little evidence that even our ancestors, those original cells, could have come from anywhere else. Mars is not likely.

Samuel P Bowen

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