Welcome to Mars Ruins

Nothing on this website is legitimate science. It is a creation of fancy and cloud watching. There is no proof on this website that there was ever any life, advanced or otherwise, on Mars. There is no legitimate form of planetary research being done here. That job is in the hands of the men and women of NASA, the ESA, and various space agencies throughout the world, for whom I have nothing but the deepest respect and admiration. Much of the awe and wonder I feel about Mars is directly related to their hard work and determination.









You are welcome to use any of the images/anomalies on MarsRuins.com for non-commercial purposes as long as you cite MarsRuins.com as the source.

I have done my best to provide links and/or coordinates to the raw images I use. Most of the time, such as is the case with modern NASA and ESA images, I have been able to provide this data; unfortunately, images I use from the 1975 Viking Mars missions are harder to pinpoint.

Mars Ruins
Seattle, Washington, USA

Contact: marsruinseverything@gmail.com

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pseudoscience: A pseudoscience is a set of ideas based on theories put forth as scientific when they are not scientific.

pareidolia: A psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant. Common examples include seeing images of animals or faces in clouds

woo-woo: When used by skeptics , woo-woo is a derogatory and dismissive term used to refer to beliefs one considers nonsense or to a person who holds such beliefs.

Sometimes woo-woo is used by skeptics as a synonym for pseudoscience , true-believer , or quackery . But mostly the term is used for its emotive content and is an emotive synonym for such terms as nonsense, irrational, nutter, nut , or crazy .


This site was put on-line Jan 1st, 2009.