Now for the questions. This is the blurb for AAoM, just out.
"Best-selling author and Secret Space Program researcher Bara brings us this lavishly illustrated volume on alien structures on Mars. Was there once a vast, technologically advanced civilization on Mars, and did it leave evidence of its existence behind for humans to find eons later? Did these advanced extraterrestrial visitors vanish in a solar system wide cataclysm of their own making, only to make their way to Earth and start anew? Was Mars once as lush and green as the Earth, and teeming with life? Did Mars once orbit a missing member of the solar system, a "Super Earth" that vanished in a disaster that devastated life on Earth and Venus and left us only the asteroid belt as evidence of its once grand existence? Did the survivors of this catastrophe leave monuments and temples behind, arranged in a mathematical precision designed to teach us the Secret of a new physics that could lift us back to the stars? Does the planet have an automated defense shield that swallows up robotic probes if they wander into the wrong areas? And are the lights still on down there, deep below the sands of Mars, just waiting for us to uncover them? New York Times Bestselling author Mike Bara examines all these questions and more in his new book Ancient Aliens on Mars. Chapters include: War of the Worlds, The Mars Tidal Model, The Death of Mars, Cydonia and the Face on Mars, The Monuments of Mars, The Search for Life on Mars, The True Colors of Mars and The Pathfinder Sphinx."Does his former co-author Hoagland know about this? Looking at those chapter titles, I'd say RCH deserves at least 75% of the royalties.
Today Mike Bara is telling the strippers and porn starlets "New research confirms 12 year old Bara/Hoagland theory".
He means this research. He means this theory.
Anyone wishing to confirm that the 12-year-old web page actually is relevant to Marte Vallis (and it may well be, from my memory of it) had better be browsing with MSIE only. The page contains so many errors that it's unreadable in Firefox, Chrome and Opera.
Result of validation runs:
HTML: 2768 errors, 3 warnings
CSS level 3: 2251 errors
NOTE: This is what tends to happen when you make pages with Microsoft FrontPage 5.0 (circa 1998)