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originally posted by: charlyv
originally posted by: Fultz
originally posted by: Silcone Synapse
a reply to: Arken
I'm sure Phage will put us right soon,so we don't all run around screaming.
So I shouldn't worry.
This is my first post ever after lurking for several years. I cannot take one more of these "Phage will come" responses again. Phage seems to be intelligent. What drives me insane, is people that worship him like he is the smartest human being on the face of the earth. He IS smart but he also does not pick ANY battles he cannot win. So stop with this trash please. There are a lot of threads he does not show up in that you *page* him to simply because he does not have an explanation to debunk the OP, or he just does not care.
I seriously think that several people here would jump off a cliff if he said to do so. It makes me sad.
Not that there is any need to defend Phage, but you do not have enough experience in this venue to make a statement like that. Phage is a subject expert, and one of ATS's best. His opinions are well respected here, and he is a most eloquent debugger and debunker, which is why he is called out so often. The "battles" that you say he picks, are in really some of the most abused threads on this site, and many have been saved by him basically exposing the bull# and emphasizing the science.
Look up courtesy when you have the time.
originally posted by: Arken
Today I sent an email to NASA Offices for bringing to their attention this anomaly.
We wait patiently for a response...
I want submit to your attention (or the NASA/JPL office who process the images of the rover Curiosity) an interesting anomaly on Martian surface nearby the Rover Curiosity and detected on Sol 753 mars.jpl.nasa.gov... at the upper-left of the image.
This anomaly it definitely sticks out and is sufficiently different from the rest of what's lying around with its four "bulbs".
May the Rover can take a closer look to this anomaly?
Kind regards and good work.