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originally posted by: arjunanda
Just Star and Flagging you Arken because I find your threads most interesting. I love the replies on Both Sides of The Issue (It's A Rock) or The (It's a Artifact) Crowd, just very interesting the debates themselves.
Peace Brother Arjunafaa reply to: Arken
originally posted by: skyblueworld
Arken, again you've captured something intriguing, and I love you enthusiasm for it.
To help you out here with members, Imagine Mars was full of life (like it use to be) a civilization lived there, and traces of them will still be there.
As we all know, something catastrophic happened on Mars and it lost it's atmosphere. Billions? of years later it looks like what we see it as today:
Now imagine Chernobyl:
Decaying after just 30 years:
Slowly being taken over by the Earth it once stood upon:
Point being we all know how nature takes back it's lands, like when we first found the Pyramids:
But we can now look at ancient structures from the sky with the technology of today more easily.
^These structures only being a few thousand years old.
The winds of time could be showing us parts of Mars past, it's not inconceivable is it?!
But let's just call them rocks and turn away our attention to something that may hold a bearing to our ancient past too.
originally posted by: Rosinitiate
originally posted by: Arken
a reply to: Rosinitiate
So, you are an artist and a sculptor? Really? What fantastic coincidence!
Well, sorry to say this but this kind of behavior would leave humanity to the Stone Age... (irony hidden)
Thanks however for your personal opinion.
I can tell by your posts you are too emotionally attached to your idea which generally produces a form of confirmation bias. I'll leave you to it.
originally posted by: Night Star
Though I believe most of these types of pics to be just rocks, there are some that are rather intriguing and do not look like just rocks. This one seems to be the head of a statue.