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originally posted by: 0bserver1
a reply to: Blister
I do find this object interesting as you explain your point of view .However I'm not an expert on geological objects and I've only got my eyes that tell me by the closeup that has been taken by NASA that its nothing more then a stone object.
We can discuss the form or color in view . But the object to me is clearly not mechanical at this point of view and many would agree with me.. So whatever it is from this point is up to you, to give it life if you want it too I wont stop you.
But I have the feeling its gonna be an endless debate over something that if has been altered what some will say. But I think they did find it interesting or necessary to point out that its nothing unusual at the first place.. but who knows what the experts will say..
Don't get me wrong I do think there are remnants on the Martian surface that betray the fact that ancient civilizations once lived there but i have the feeling this isn't the one lol
But I think they did find it interesting or necessary to point out that its nothing unusual at the first place..
originally posted by: Blister
a reply to: liteonit6969
Note, I did not say it is the same object. What I said was:
Yes, it is the same location - therefore it should be the same object/s.
I leave open the possibility that it has been switched.
originally posted by: raymundoko
a reply to: lambros56
Because if they moved in on every rock they wouldn't make progress...
Ever walked through the woods with a toddler? If you let them pick up every stick you'll only get a few feet...