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SOL 574 Mars Anomalies NASA Pic Reveals Statue

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posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 04:10 PM

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Glad to see you again here on ATS, my friend!

Very interesting anomalies.


Have a look at my previous threads on mars anomalies

And say "hallo" to "Zorgon the Knight" by me

Hey Arken... long time indeed..

Im not posting too much but im aware about your threads... i would not miss it

Consider done my friend

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posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 04:15 PM

A: i don't think i could, in good faith, give any credence to the "statue" claim
given that in the context of the larger image, it appears to be, what, a foot tall? absolute maximum?
a very small statue at any rate.

Well.. it would be huge for a ant perspective

I dont really thing that IF it was something artificial... the size would really matter. You know... would be artificial.

But thanks for your point of view.

posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 04:19 PM


it looks more like vegetation to me
The hole in the large boulder is interesting..

Have to say I am repulsed by your avatar. But I agree it does not look like a rock. Lots of kewl stuff up there.

Let's just pray they release everything..

The Bot

I think, for being something personal, the avatar should please just one person. Myself.

But thanks for your imput

posted on Mar, 22 2014 @ 12:07 AM

Who says it's a statue??? It's quite clearly a tiny martian peeking over the rocks at us.

The blurred splotches is just the heavy jpeg compression JPL seem to insist on applying.
It would be nice to see the uncompressed (or only slightly compressed) images.

To me, it looks like a vintage Japanese Bisque porcelain doll of a old man. Perhaps people on Earth, placed ornaments around hot springs on a mountain. Then a volcanic eruption on Earth blew apart that mountain (eg. Vesuvius) and sent those items out into space. In the initial seconds of that eruption, those hot springs would have acted like super-charged rockets.

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