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originally posted by: RamsOnTop
originally posted by: jaffo
originally posted by: Jchristopher5
a reply to: RamsOnTop
I don't think anyone can claim this is a rock,but I am sure someone will try. This may be the one that wakes people up.
I am mystified, though, as to why NASA even allowed us to see this? Surely their filters picked this up before posting. Then to post it with no explanation. Weird.
Um, they probably "allowed us to see this" because they aren't actually in the business of covering things up. To the contrary, they are in the business of exploration and providing new information...
ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah.....hahahahahahahahahahaha...that is too funny.....hahahahah......
wait, you're trying to be funny aren't you?
originally posted by: Blue Shift
originally posted by: Xeven
What else could it be. Certainly looks man made.
Well, I guess that's all we need for proof, then, right? It kind of looks like something, so that's what it is.
originally posted by: Aliensun
originally posted by: smurfy
originally posted by: Charizard
Well this is definitely an interesting one. Is that outcropping vertical? I can't see how that thing isn't falling off.
It likely fell off the outcrop above, and likely too, a heap of all that stuff has near zero mass, the rock equivalent of balsa wood.
What data can you cite that the ground material in that area is "near zero mass?"
That seems to be an absurd comment, and if it were as you say, the Martian winds would have blown it to dust already, and it would not be seemingly perched in a precarious position.
originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
What is more curious than curiosity images, is the way people tend to reclassify intelligent things into the category of stone and rock, over the possibility of unknown origins of designed or manufactured objects.