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Confirmed Cache of Martian Gold Could Impact Future Gold Prices on Earth
Vast Quantities of Gold Located on Planet Mars in Cydonia Region and Southern Hemisphere, if Recovered, Could Negatively Impact/Slash Gold Values on Earth to Pre-1950's Prices
The Cydonia region lies in Mars’ northern hemisphere in a transitional zone between cratered regions to the south and smooth plains to the north. Paleo Astrobiologist, Dr. Richard Archer, a former US Naval Officer and Chief Modeling Scientist for USC-NOAA/Colorado Springs, and contributing investigator at the Green Mountain Laboratory, believes that the northern plains may have once been ocean beds and that Cydonia was most likely a coastal zone.
Cydonia was first imaged in detail by NASA’s Viking 1 and Viking 2 orbiters launched in 1975 and operated until 1980. Eighteen images of the Cydonia region were taken by the orbiters. Seven of those images had very high resolutions and eleven were of lesser quality. In the initial seven hi-res photos the lighting and time at which two pairs of images were taken are so close that the number was actually reduced to five distinct images. Those images show what’s become known as ‘The Face on Mars’ and the ‘Pyramid of Cydonia’, later called the “D&M Pyramid”.
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Using data sets obtained from NASA’s JPL/PDS archives, the D&M Pyramid at lunar coordinates 40°44′N 9°28′W / 40.74°N 9.46°W. was subjected to more intense study using the IMMI and the ‘S’0 Algorithms. Geometric studies produced by Dr. Ralph Greenberg of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Washington/Seattle (http://tinyurl.com/
In analyzing the data, the NASA scans evaluated with IMMI and “S’0 processes, in combination with Dr. Greenberg’s findings, Dr. Stewart determined that as much as 60 billion ounces of gold could be contained in an area within the pyramid in a cube roughly 60 meters (197 feet) per side. Today’
Dr. Stewart said, “As shown in NASA’s budget the total cost of the Apollo program was $25.4 billion USD’s, or about 200 billion in 2013-Dollars. Given the potential value of the Martian gold reserves at the D&M site, 72 trillion dollars, compared with the estimated cost of 200 billion dollars that would be required to finance a round-trip mission to Mars and back today, 200 billion is a drop in the bucket”. Stewart continued, “If that were to happen and the Martian gold was recovered and brought back to earth … the value of gold would most probably fall to the pre-1950 price of about $35.00 Dollars per ounce, or lower. This could be the underlying reason why venture capitalists, financiers and bankers are reluctant to provide funding to private companies like SpaceX and Virgin Galactic so that these private companies could actually gear-up to undertake exoplanetary mining missions. And the D&M Pyramid is only one small area, among many, that we’ve discovered on Mars”. Stewart said, “Another region discovered in Mars’ southern hemisphere is about twice as deep and twice as long as America’s Grand Canyon with the majority of the canyon walls being 40-50 meters thick. This was determined based upon electronic signatures. The signatures indicate that these walls appear to be comprised of solid gold. But there’s a claim on that area by Team ROC of Alexandria, VA under the Universal Mineral Leases Registry enterprise (http://tinyurl.com/