Where On Earth Are NASA’s Rovers Sending Pictures From?
There is an increasing number of people who believe that NASA’s rovers never left the Earth in the first place, and the pictures they are allegedly sending back from Mars are taken in remote areas of our planet.
But if NASA’s rovers are not on Mars, then where exactly are they? First of all, evidence suggests that the pictures that we see on NASA’s website are not even taken by the Curiosity and Opportunity rovers.
It is very possible that by now, both rovers are stored in a hangar, somewhere at NASA’s JPL headquarters, and have been replaced by their smaller and more practical baby brothers.
Sure, if needed, they can always be taken out for a spin, but other than that, the smaller rovers are more convenient to work with.
One of the known locations where NASA is playing around with these small rovers is Devon Island, Canada.
(It’s worth noting that Devon Island is “the largest uninhabited island on Earth,” which seems like a pretty good location for a fake Martian photo shoot).
Just take a look at these pictures:
NASA base in Devon Island, Canada — even without the color filters, it’s strikingly similar to Mars, isn’t it?
NASA’s “baby rovers” taking pictures in Devon Island, Canada
Sure, one could think NASA just needed a place where they can simulate the conditions on Mars, but what’s the point of simulating those conditions with miniature rovers, that look and work almost nothing like their bigger brothers?
Their shape, size and weight are different and the wheels are worlds apart. It’s really impossible to make even remotely accurate tests.
They also don’t have the on board laboratories, so what’s there to simulate? Except for taking pictures, the “baby rovers” look useless.
(The video says Greenland, but it’s in fact Devon Island, Canada)
The cameras mounted on the “baby rovers” have color filters already applied, but the final images — those that we get to download from NASA’s website — are color-corrected even further, until they get that fake, reddish color that is so familiar to us.
We have been tricked into believing the myth that Mars is the “red planet” (even though all amateur telescope pictures show otherwise), so NASA is now only perpetuating the lie.
The following is an amateur telescope picture of Mars taken on 2014, 03, 21 (source):
As you can clearly see for yourself, Mars is not read. It’s light and dark brown, similar to what Earth would look like without all the water and vegetation. Here are more amateur pictures of Mars:
The following is an image compilation from Antonio Cidadao (1999):
Please notice that Mars has clouds and a blue atmosphere, very similar to that of our planet (source for the above and below images here — where you can see more examples of Mars’ true colors):
Now I’m not saying that we could breath on Mars like we do on Earth, but where are the blue skies in NASA’s pictures? That reddish sorry excuse of an atmosphere is obviously fake.
NASA admitted on numerous occasions to alter the colors of their pictures before posting them online, so that they look more like what we would see, if we were on Mars.
Here’s something straight from NASA’s website:
“Getting the colors right is not an exact science,” says Bell. “Giving an approximate view of what we’d see if we were there involves an artistic, visionary element as well – after all, no one’s ever been there before.” However, great pains are taken to be as accurate as possible, short of going there ourselves.
To give people a sense of being on Mars, scientists combine views through telescopes, data from past Mars missions, and new information from the current mission to create a color-balanced, uniform scene. Color-corrected mosaics simulate the view a person would see if all the images in the mosaic were taken on the same day, at the same moment.
In addition, the rovers can take three pictures in a row of the same surface area on Mars using three different primary color filters – red, green, and blue – to make one color image. “It works a little like an inkjet color printer, which combines primary colors to create various shades on paper,” explains Eric De Jong, Lead for the Solar System Visualization Team at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. “Then, we can tweak the color just like you can adjust the color balance on a TV screen at home.” —NASA, JPL
So, there you go. NASA is clearly admitting to “color correcting,” “color balancing,” and even “tweaking the colors” of their images, so you can see whatever they want you to see.
Does it make any sense to you? Why not simply taking pictures of the environment AS IT IS? Why changing its color into something else?
It’s the same old “the government knows what’s best for you” rhetoric, and the people have been tricked into blindly believing and obeying it without question.
I mean, you haven’t heard anyone complaining about the “color tweaking,” have you?
But the “color tweaking” is not all they are doing to the original pictures. NASA has been caught, more than once, faking entire environments of — allegedly — Mars.
In the following video (in Spanish), we can clearly see evidence of blatant tampering with the original environment (blurring specific areas and copy-pasting the same rock again and again, in over 75% of the image):
Here are a couple of pictures, for better reference (source):
Taking all of the above into consideration, it is now easier to understand why enthusiasts find so many inconsistencies and anomalies in NASA’s pictures. Let’s take the following picture for example:
The media called it the “Mars rat”, but this is actually an arctic lemming and it is commonly found on— you’ve guessed it — Devon Island.
Here is a picture of the arctic lemming, taken on Devon Island:
Even if everyone is quiet and still, lemmings don’t stray far from their hiding areas. Radstock Bay, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada.
NASA’s technique of coloring the whole ground so to make it look like Mars (as you will see), made the small creature look like a rock — until someone with a sharp eye spotted it.
In the following video, from minute 3:18 to 5:30, you can see just how easy it is to make any environment look like a Martian desert.
The author of the video, Danny Wilten, takes a random picture from Earth (Ireland, to be more specific), where there is a fair amount of vegetation and even has a road with a white van on it.
In only five minutes of work, he manages to remove the car and the road, and turn all the vegetation into a barren, reddish landscape, similar to NASA’s pictures of Mars:
As a final touch, he even adds a portion of the rover in the lower left corner of the edited picture, making it almost almost indistinguishable from the pictures released by NASA:
Now just imagine what a Photoshop expert can do with a picture that already had color filters applied to the camera, and was taken in a controlled environment (location, lighting, exposure, etc.).
I’m sure everyone remembers the following famous photo, in which we can see the rover’s shadow and, right next to it, the shadow of a man in a space suit, seemingly making some adjustments:
Of course, this either means that there are already humans on Mars (which I will talk about later), or that this image was taken on Earth.
Here’s a picture of NASA scientist Pascal Lee, wearing an astronaut suit on Devon Island, Canada:
Quick recap: On Devon Island there’s an identical landscape as the one from NASA’s pictures (presented to us as Mars), they have permanent bases there, rovers fitted with cameras roaming around, and people fully geared up in astronaut suits. Corroborate this with NASA’s admission about editing the pictures before releasing them to the public and the fact that they have been caught more than once faking the landscapes, and the connection becomes crystal clear: the pictures are NOT from Mars!
NASA’s mission to Mars is a sad joke (as you will see later on), the rovers have never left the Earth and The Powers That Be have stolen yet another $2.5 billion from the taxpayers’ money, to use for their black projects.
(You should know that NASA has also used a secondary location on Earth for simulating the Martian environment, in the Mojave Desert.
In that location, they train astronauts to walk around and do their daily jobs dressed up in space suits.
It is also possible that NASA is sending their teams to various remote locations around the world, to take pictures of the barren environment — which they will later edit to look like Mars. They can even create fake environments altogether, by combining two or more images, or by adding/removing rocks, hills or even mountains).
NASA’s rovers took some really strange pictures in the past — the bright orb changing position,hieroglyphs with pyramids in the background (personally, I suspect this image to be a composition from two or more pictures, and not an original landscape), a dome, etc., — so the following image was received as a yet another piece of evidence that Mars was not only inhabited in the past, but it continues to be even today.
Here’s a picture, allegedly taken on Mars by the Curiosity Rover, that has caused quite a stir in the UFO community. Posted online by NASA, the following image clearly shows a disc-shaped object flying across the horizon.
Unfortunately for NASA, they cannot discard this as a weather balloon, plane, or even a bird, as they usually do, because the picture was allegedly taken on Mars. So, they either have to admit that flying saucers are real, or that these pictures are taken on Earth. A truly impossible choice!