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...You mean, like, evidence of a massive towing hitch that the greys used to tow it into it's current orbit?
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2010-09-24/time-passes-faster-the-higher-you-are/2272360Researchers in the United States have for the first time shown that time passes faster the higher up you are.
In a curious aspect of Albert Einsten's theory of relativity, they show that someone living or working long hours in a top floor apartment or office will age more quickly than someone on the ground floor.
For billions of years, the Mars Expressway has seen a lot of traffic. Only in the past 30 years has any of it been ours. So, where are these other vehicles coming from? Aliens? Perhaps, but not of the type we speak of when we typically mention such things.
Most of the vehicles on the Mars Expressway are the hundreds (or thousands) of asteroids that pass near Earth each year and orbit out to pass Mars. While they don’t pass on a monthly, weekly, or yearly basis they arrive often enough to make such a journey feasible.
The advantages are all there: the asteroids can carry us from world to world so we need less fuel; if we can get inside the asteroid we’ll receive ample protection from cosmic radiation; and we can kick an asteroids orbit enough that we could create a miniature base and make frequent visits to Mars.
That’s the pluses, so what are the minuses? Well, for one, how long would we need to wait for a ride back home? After all, taking one year to reach Mars is meaningless if we need to wait 20 years for a ride back home. A best case scenario would be if we had a short interim between arrival and departure, perhaps a month at the most. To make this happen we could use solar sails to move asteroids into predictable orbits and then speed them up or slow them down enough to follow each other like a train.
GPS clocks and all other phenomena that supposedly “proves” Einstein’s version of relativity can be accounted for better using steady state models of the universe. Lorentz’s model can well account for observations in a steady state universe. Physicist Tom Van Flandern lays out the evidence here. An alternative theory based on Lorentz’s work that accounts for why the MM experiment showed a null result, as well as all other aberrations, can be found here. Similarly, physicist Randal Mills has demonstrated predictive success with a model solely based on classical physics. The simplicity of these models and accuracy of their predictions merits further review. The models presented are predicated on closed form classical physics, which is the only type of model that is fundamentally tied to reality. 
Einstein's theories aren't falsifiable. Relativity is bogus. Gravity lensing is bogus.
Time travel isn't possible and you cannot slow time.
More here: Einstein Was Wrong - Falsifying Observational Evidence Presented - a knol by Michael Suede
I also used to believe in Einstein's theories when I was younger. Time travel? Relativity? I feel foolish for ever believing these things. But then again, we didn't have the internet and couldn't readily access the better theories - It is hard to use occam's razor when you've got so little to use it on.