The book depicts "The Face of Mars," which is a photograph showing a distinct outline of a human face on the planet surface with eyes, a nose, mouth, chin and headline. Might the Face on Mars actually be one of the few remaining remnants of an ancient Martian culture that vanished in a planet-wide asteroid
catastrophe? The author's belief that an ancient Martian culture existed at one time is best resolved by excavations on the face of the planet Mars. The future expeditions would be looking for evidence of human life, such as, skulls, skeletons, pottery and utensils. In addition, there would be a continuing search for water and the existence of elemental plant life.
The author discusses the existence of root-like formations on Mars. These 'black spiders' or root-like formations suggest rigorous macroscopic life according to the author. Water has been found underground and frozen. If all the water on Mars melted, there would be an ankle-deep ocean encompassing the entire planet! Nick Redfern explains this statement at length in the book.
The principles of Fluid Mechanics apply wherever water is on Mars. In the case of liquids, molecules are close in proximity, though not as much as in solid molecules. The molecular arrangement is random. A liquid will disperse in response to impact. Within the realm of hydrostatics, Pascal's principle explains hydrostatics; wherein, the external pressure applied on a fluid is transmitted uniformly throughout its entire body.
The Pyramids and the Pentagon discusses some very relevant facts with regard to topics like the Face of Mars. Only time and future expeditions can confirm the rationale provided by the author and the researchers cited in the book.
Based upon the statements made in this book about Martian water, future expeditions to Mars will be able to test whether or not elementary plant species exist on Mars with traces of prokaryotic cells.