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originally posted by: funbox
a reply to: ArMaP
im interested to know how the edges remain immune .. im also interested to know how they would be immune to accreation , . but lets stick with the erosion shall we that fine grade shotblasting winds.. a conservative million years would be enough to alter any rockface and adjoining edge
maybe there's a bunch of blue-it archaeologists down there , keeping things tidy
originally posted by: NoRulesAllowed
Did someone miss something?
I don't want to come across like an ass..but didn't the hype about Cydonia die MANY years ago when MGS (I think) actually imaged the entire region and beamed images down, for everyone on the internet live to see.
I just cannot for the life of it see how anyone would STILL believe in "the face" or "the pyramids"...I mean what ELSE can be done than sending probes up there and image the area high in detail? Just puzzled since this debunking seems like..20 years too late. (I just looked it up to double check, it was 1996 so I am pretty close there)
a conservative million years would be enough to alter any rockface and adjoining edge
Discover, June 2014.
The dust grains are microns in diameter, cigarette-smoke size. Imagine blowing smoke at a rock; nothing is really going to happen," Bell continues. "But blow smoke at a rock for a billion years? Dust and sand grains can carve canyons out of mountains--that's a new thing for geology."
originally posted by: hellobruce
originally posted by: eManym
How he was hired by NASA as a consultant is beyond my understanding.
What makes you think Hoaxland was ever hired by NASA?
The Lewis center "brings in speakers on a variety of topics of interest as an employee perk. [...] Hoagland was invited to the center by our director as a guest for the day based on an employee's recommendation that he would have an interesting subject." She added that no NASA scientist had ever expressed to her a belief in Hoagland's theories about Mars.