posted on Oct, 19 2015 @ 05:50 AM
a reply to: Benicealways
Since you are new here (welcome, and enjoy the adventure) you may not know that there has been an ongoing Curiosity Rover anomalies thread since
January 1, 2014, with very dedicated people and some really interesting finds among the fun and games. The focus on exomarine biology is where the
thread rises to its potential. And I'm actually surprised that in these internet video collections nobody has yet to focus on BlueIt (which isn't a
real alien - or is it? - but plays one on ATS).
First the large 197 page 2014 thread: www.abovetopsecret.com...
Then the presently-ongoing 2015 continuation of the 2014 thread: www.abovetopsecret.com...
A little while ago a new poster came by and said he/she actually read the entire contents. I'm waiting for a geologist or marine biologist to do the
same. Personally I've embarrassed myself a few times in 2014 by jumping the gun and thinking some of the rocks were more than rocks, and was promptly
educated about photo artifacts, photo compression, and other dog-gone-its. But within these threads are patterns which indicate that some of the
items may be possible fossil finds. We have to recall also that Curiosity (I know not all of your video's pics are from Curiosity, but that's the
focus of the linked threads) has travelled along a tiny tiny strip of land, and yet many of the finds that people have posted are seemingly indicative
of the possibility of exomarine fossils. A fun trip for those who've taken it.
edit on 19-10-2015 by Aleister because: (no reason