This is my first post so no better way to start than with some random pictures of possible signs of life on Mars which could render my username as a
loony (that may be accurate but that's another thread). Anyway after seeing some good threads on anomalies on Mars captured by Curiosity such as the
wheels and axels put up a few days back it motivated me to use the power of random image picking in hope to find something that could even come close
to holding an argument for life on Mars. I feel that this should be done more as it is a great resource that will add weight to either argument on the
previous/current life forms on Mars.
So the picture below is about the fifth fruitless image into my search which I feel has lost credibility due to it being really late and the fact im
full of pain killers for my CRPS. So either it is a case where my brain finds what it wants or it really does resemble a Skull...
The picture above points to the small stone that I feel displays some strange geometry which I have not seen happen naturally before (maybe I
haven't been looking that much..). There appears to be what I think is the Skull of a non human species, albeit a very small one. There is definitely
two large eye sockets, a nose, the perfectly round head and jaw. Seeing its size I feel either it is some sort of carving or that of a very small
species that once lived on Mars. Below I have zoomed in and cropped it which shows the image more clearly. The image is from the raw date images on
the nasa site.Nasa site with image
So any comments are welcome good or bad and im open to a good mocking because most people think im not playing with a full deck anyway.
Thanks for the constructive criticism. ....Next step is to make a few accounts and get the ball rolling to give the impression im on to
something....while at the minute the only thing im on to is the bus to the funny farm ( certainly is no farm and not funny unless ur allowed to make
fun of but my partner said she wouldn't let me visit if I did it again)....
Anyway I know its a pretty lame post but I stand by what I say that does look like a skull, probably better looking at it via the original source to
get better look. I also have on that looks like a sausage dog made out of a balloon.
Since theres no way to go back in time to stop myself making this post, im best opening a new account and boost my ego by coming on to ridicule
myself...I mean the op...
Is this the way the "anomalies discoveries" are going to deteriorate now that this place has lost Arken? (& visa vi, as it were.)
Sorry, had to throw that in. I do not think closed threads without explanations are are a good way to respect all who participated in those threads.
IMHO and so there.
OP, I also look for anomalies, and sometimes we get very lucky with our findings, sometimes not so much.
If sometimes people don't agree with what you see, then so be it. It was fun to look at anyway and it hasn't ruined my day like 'some' others with
their over exaggerated opinions
Keep up the good work and if you're enjoying it then welcome to the club!
Cheers for the positive reply, I found it hard to improve the image in order to give more definition to the facial features. I think you can get a
better look on the link to the nasa site. It maybe a rock but I still find it to have a strange makeup. I shall keep looking and need to get some milk
for my caffine rush.
Thanks for the feedback. It definitely isn't the best pic ive seen but still shows unusual shapes for a rock, maybe a trick of light or something. I
do enjoy the search for something that may have been missed by those analysing them. I feel the raw images coming through maybe have the best chance
of showing something up where not a lot of time to doctor an image is given. Hopefully we find something like the wheels and axels found. If not then
its still fun to see what shapes ones mind can create in the early hours of the morning.
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