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originally posted by: Yuuma
Aaah, now I see, TY! xD
Do you have any scale to compare it? Or coordinates?
originally posted by: gspat
I'm terrible with gimp, but I tried zooming it a bit (250(ish) pixels to 500):
I hate how it gets grainy whenever I try, but it works perfect for others!
originally posted by: Lostmymarbles
Fossilized bone is what now?
Seems some are overlooking that bones turn into rocks over long periods of time and in the right conditions.
This might be a bit of a scretch but I'm thinking human bones might vary greatly when compared with other species. Just a crazy thought, seeing how the human bone is being referenced a lot for something found on Mars.
originally posted by: Ophiuchus 13
1 can understand how you can OP correlate this being similar to bones found on EA*RTH.
@ times when considering MARS gravity it would seem the bone structures (if present) would be less dense in form to EA*RTH based bone density, due to less gravity on MARS pulling on the bone structures interior...
Outta box, who is to say some of the observed finds aren't part of some not from MARS falling to it from fighting and crashing...
Interesting find non the less
originally posted by: Rodinus
originally posted by: SyxPak
a reply to: Rodinus
Hey Rod! Dangit though, we are having simultanious thoughts here Bud. This is twice that while I was typing, you dropped your post just before I got mine done. LOL!!! Wow there is some synchronicity going on, eh? LOL!!!!
Hmmmm *scratches head in thought*
Sounds like a thread might be in its making here?
Right, back to the cooking for me Mrs R is doing a flip out downstairs waiting for me...
Have a great day/evening/afternoon or whatever folks...
originally posted by: Jennyfrenzy
a reply to: sheepslayer247
There was another thread back in April about "bones" on Mars. It's a very interesting topic, who knows if they really are bones or rocks. If they were bones one would expect them to be buried by now but maybe things work a little differently on Mars. I'm no expert, lol.
A vertebral-body similarity on Mars, a Doctor comments
Perhaps a Martian dog dug them up...
We are finding some very good items on the anomalies thread, mostly sea shell like things imbedded in rocks.
But here is an odd one, and I wish there were more than just one. Does this have any vertebrae like similarities at all, or is it just an interesting shape (I mean the one on the left which I've rotated in another pic underneath. Don't even look at the smaller rock on the far-right.)
originally posted by: funbox
ArMaP spotted this one days ago .. he's being a bit quite about it ...