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on January 26, 2017
I was priviledged to work with Mark Carlotto at the Analytical Sciences Corporation in Reading, Ma in the 1980s. Dr. Carlotto is an impeccable scientist and very nice person, by the way. His study of mars is over the top
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on October 24, 2015
Very informative. Not to technical. Good book to keep around to see if we ever explore this area and can really see what is there..
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on May 5, 2016
Great read!
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on June 24, 2000
Mark Carlotto's book is a must-buy. Every page is a discovery in itself; the author makes his case, and makes it extremely well: Mars is probably home to non-natural features well within our technological ability to investigate (preferably through manned exploration).
"The Martian Enigmas" is a satisfying piece of popular science that effectively sounds the death toll for "skeptics" who insist it's all our imaginations.
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on July 20, 2000
Carlotto brings state of the art image analysis techniques to bear on the enigmatic objects of Mars' Cydonia region. He shows that there is a high degree of probability for artificiality, something that NASA and Michael Malin vigorously deny - to this day. This book is a must-read for any serious student of the artificiality hypothesis.
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on July 13, 2014
Really fun book, I want to believe but so much of the 'evidence' doesn't pass muster.
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on January 13, 1999
This book explores the fundamentals of image processing as applied to satellite photography. The author also details the processing of the images of constructed features on the surface of the planet Mars. Mr. Carlotto was able to demonstrate in very easy terms the methods used to illuminate these breathtaking images. I eagerly await any book from this author on the latest set of images taken in 1998.
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on April 28, 2015
gift that made him happy
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on January 1, 2002
It really looks like a civilization existed on Mars, but the only way to know for sure is to go there. Is NASA hidding the truth? If you found out NASA hid the truth all this time would you be supprised.
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