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Title Hebes Chasma mesa Released 10/10/2013 11:00 am Copyright ESA/DLR/FU Berlin (G. Neukum) Description The details of the central mesa inside Hebes Chasma are seen in close-up detail in this perspective view. A horseshoe-shaped chunk has been taken out of one side of the mound (left in this image); the material has slumped down onto the floor of the valley below. A dark patch appears to pool like spilt ink across the debris. It is most likely loose material that has slid down the walls from an intermediate layer. Melted ice could have played a role by weakening the rocks to create its flow-like appearance. Along the side of the mound fine horizontal layering is seen. The layers likely comprise a mix of wind-blown dust and ancient lake sediments, along with remnants of the older plateau.
originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
a reply to: projectvxn
All I see are a whole lot of people who don't believe in conspiracies congregating on a conspiracy website, and it includes many who own and work for the site. That is more like the definition of irony.
NASA lies often just like the Air force office of special investigations lies. Blue-book is the proof. Colonel Blanchard was proof.
Ridicule and the threat of ridicule is why the bandwagon claiming it is all rocks are so outspoken on a site which claims to support conspiracies.
Sociology 101 exposes it all.
These sociological patterns matter a lot more than any actual Mars anomalies in exposing irregularities in the history of these image releases.
Most miss this issue because they are paying more attention to the rocks and what everyone is saying about the rocks.
It comes down to the fact that these images have lots of compression errors because they are being sent millions of miles across space where solar radiation and cosmic rays can interfere. Couple that with shadows, winds, debris on the camera and a whole host of other issues.
originally posted by: projectvxn
a reply to: NoCorruptionAllowed
Belief in conspiracy theories is not required for membership or discussion.
I don't have to accept your line of reasoning just because its a conspiracy themed site.
If all you want is people who believe every bit of BS that shows up on a conspiracy forum without evidence then you have come to the wrong place.