Retired Architect Explores Life on Mars through NASA’s Photographs
Author Michael Hunter attempts to uncover his own findings on the investigation about the possibility of life on the red planet.
FREMONT, Calif. (PRWEB) April 08, 2013
NASA´s exploration on the planet Mars has been one of the most closely-watched scientific missions in the history of humankind. It spurs questions related to the possibility of life on the planet and continues to inspire research and comprehensive studies among various experts. In his book, Life on Mars: A Study of NASA´s Mars Photos, retired architect and certified astrologer Michael Hunter presents an in-depth analysis of the photographs of Mars taken from the images from NASA´s rovers, and his findings.
In a strange twist of irony, a retired couch potato, an amateur armchair astronomer, sat at his computer recently, studying NASA´s photos from Mars, exploring, examining, and discovering extraterrestrial life forms on Mars. This incredible, astonishing achievement occurred as a consequence of NASA´s enthusiastic Mars exploration program, which has taken place over decades, at great expense of finances and labor. Life on Mars: A Study of NASA´s Mars Photos details the astonishing findings, and heralds a new age of investigation about life on Mars.
In this book, Hunter has written something important for those who are willing to step outside of the box. Life on Mars: A Study of NASA´s Mars Photos is for those who are willing to look at the question, “Is there life on Mars?” and many other significant questions, with an open mind, clear of scientific dogma that has prevailed for the past 50 years or so. This book is truly a must read.
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About the Author
Michael Hunter is a retired licensed California Architect and certified Astrologer. He has interests in anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, and mysteries of all sorts that influence human progress and knowledge. Like a typical Aquarian, he believes in the primary values of scientific exploration, discovery, and knowledge. As an architect, he has developed a keen eye for visibility, appearance and detail. Like astrologers everywhere, he has the insight to explore the depths of cause and effect in whatever he sees. Like everyone, he is a unique individual.
Life on Mars * by Michael Hunter
A Study of NASA’s Mars Photos
Publication Date: November 16, 2012
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