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originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
Finding symmetrical structures with parallel 90 degree projections that are squared with perfect right angles in nature is virtually impossible. According to modern science.
But it's odd we never hear NASA even speaking about these anomalies when viewed in Mars images, and that in itself is an anomaly.
So it could very well mean that someone put it there, and not nature.
You would think they would be very astonished even if it was created by nature, and would be talking about it to try and discover the mechanism that nature could accomplish that,
and this one isn't by far the only one that seems impossible on Mars.
originally posted by: SyxPak
a reply to: Violater1
In the photo there, look far left, bout half way up. In the NASA linked image, where it is larger, it looks like a catapillar climbing either up or down that rock. Verticle at a slight angle. Curls under the rock a little too.... (Is visible in Yours also...)
A MarsApillar?! LOL!!
Looks like there may be more, but smaller, similar of that in that area as well...?
Maybe fossilized plant stems?
To the left of that, closer to the edge of the photo, is a rock? with evenly spaced holes in it?
ETA: Closer looking finds those little critters all over the place!
originally posted by: wmd_2008
a reply to: LABTECH767
One problem with that any REAL evidence would vastly increase NASA's funding