Its a well known fact for most researchers that Mars had intelligent life on it. But what we really want to know is where did they all go? Every few years the atmosphere over Mars fills with 75% methane, a gas created by living organisms, so if the gas exists, then so does life. But life looks hard on the surface of Mars and I believe most life has moved below the surface to survive. 

Take a look at the screenshot above, of a craft that hovers above the surface and rests every so often, leaving an indention in the dirt below. It appears to be a mining craft. It could be an autonomous mining craft or manned, but nevertheless its there and it seems to be working hard in a straight line, leaving marks as it moves. 

This is a good video by "Of Sound Mind And Body," which puts all the evidence together for us to see. 
Scott C. Waring

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