Saturday, February 20, 2016

The Face of The Worldwide Anglican Non-Communion Found on Mars?

A mysterious monument on Mars may be evidence that the Worldwide Anglican Non-Communion (WANC), has gone "off-planet."

Startling images from Viking 1 revealed the shadowy likeness of a human face on Mars. An enormous head nearly two miles from end to end seemed to be staring back at the cameras from a region of the Red Planet called Cydonia.

However, more recent photos from the Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) and the Mars Orbital Camera (MOC) show what seems to be a broken down old hill. "It may look like a 'face' from a distance," said a member of the MGS team, "but when you get up close you can see it's just a free-standing eroded landform, like a butte or a mesa, like Middle Butte in Idaho. An apron of boulders around the base would make the climb difficult for a robot."

Others disagree. "Once adjusted for sun angle and natural erosion, the Viking photos show humanoid features, nose, eyes, mouth and nostrils," stated one expert, "The chances of that happening exceed a thousand billion billion to one (10^21 to 1). We are compelled to accept artificiality as the most reasonable explanation consistent with the a priori principle of scientific method."

Has science discovered the Face of WANC on Mars, or an eroded butte?

You, the reader, be the judge.



LL said...

Or is the definition of a WANC, an eroded butt?

LSP said...

That seems to point towards some kind of abduction theory. Perhaps by Mantis People?

LL said...

The Mantis People theory (or lizards with simulated human skin as with the old TV series "V") is sounder science than people give it credit. Others consider that Blue Argonaut and others are advance guards from a super-intelligent race, here evaluating who should be saved and who should not be when the big mother ship arrives. They play their roles silently, watching to see who takes them shooting and fishing and who does not...

LSP said...

I do my best to err on the side of caution. In Blue Hyperdimenional's case, still waters run deep.