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posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 08:41 AM
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Originally posted by ThePieMaN
I'd like your opinion on this photo. I will post a link to the rest and the original if anyone is interested. Im curious as to wether or not anyone else sees what I see in the pic without me pointing it out.







Good Morning everyone!

If you look at the rocks around the image you will see that they are all much smaller so the 3 big images i see sorta look outa place, and if you look at the front of the middle image itself you will see its just about perfectly rounded, it actually looks like the front part of a "craft" of some sort from the 50's ....someone had mentioned a dome earlier and i see what he means, it reminds me of the bottom of a 1.8Meter fibeglass satellite dish.. if you know what im talking about you will see what i mean.. Look on the left side of the pic on top of the hill, you can see something small and shiny... None of the other rocks are shinning why is this one? Just an abservation..



Dae

posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 10:29 AM
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Originally posted by ArMaP
Wathever this is, its the same thing that appears in these images

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6

Maybe this helps.


OK a bit strange... Open the first 3 images in order, 1, 2 and 3.

Scroll (if you have to) to the right edge where you can see the formation.

Then, like a cartoon flick book, click on 1 then 2 then 3. Watch how the landscape moves along, notice the 2 black lumps move to the left while the white lumpy formation stays still.

To get more of a refference, the rock in the middle on the hill crest on page 1 looks like it has bunny ears (lol) but in 2 and 3 you can clearly see its the background landscape.

Now unless the white lump is really big and far away enough, like those bunny ears in the background, its hovering!



posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 11:58 AM
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I think its a pile of rocks that look interesting. Nothing more, nothing less. But this photo from Mars has always fascinated me. Some say its a crashed triangle. Possibly a TR3B.




posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 03:46 PM
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Originally posted by Jeddyhi
I think its a pile of rocks that look interesting. Nothing more, nothing less. But this photo from Mars has always fascinated me. Some say its a crashed triangle. Possibly a TR3B.

[imgwww.anomalies.net...[/img]


That is a curious pic. I've seen it before as well. Have you ever seen the pics with the letters and numbers on the rocks? They came from the rovers also.


Pie



posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 03:49 PM
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Originally posted by Budman316

Good Morning everyone!

Look on the left side of the pic on top of the hill, you can see something small and shiny... None of the other rocks are shinning why is this one? Just an abservation..


I noticed that a couple of days after I had posted it here actually. It looks like a little globular looking thing and it is reflecting the sunlight. Looks like a little hoverboard.
Is this what you are talking about??



Pie



[edit on 6-4-2006 by ThePieMaN]



posted on Apr, 7 2006 @ 09:15 AM
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Pieman, yes that is i was talking about, wouldn't that be cool if it was a landed spaceship, could be one that has crashed and had been there for years..

Bud

mod edit: removed quote of previous post

[edit on 9-4-2006 by sanctum]



posted on Apr, 7 2006 @ 02:00 PM
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i posted my opinion to your website, btw. is your son as real as the jetfighter in the picture? only asking cause i thought you were a child yourself.


the seagulls always had me(sarcasm), but discussing this rockformation is really ridicolous.



[edit on 7-4-2006 by hoeon]



posted on Apr, 7 2006 @ 03:54 PM
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Yeah, dude, I see what you mean! There's some kind of weird semi-transparent dome showing up on the horizon just beyond that pile of rocks!






posted on Apr, 7 2006 @ 05:52 PM
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At some point someone has to say. Boys and Girl. Turn off the computer and go outside.

Ouch...yes thats the Sun. The pale blue glow of the computer monitor has increased your sensitivety to light and the general atmosphere.
And see... there are real people outside just like you. Well OK, not like you at all. Because "You're Special"


Put the pixel down

Life can't be taken seriously behind a browser. Live it.

Have a great weekend.



posted on Apr, 7 2006 @ 06:08 PM
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Originally posted by hoeon
i posted my opinion to your website, btw. is your son as real as the jetfighter in the picture? only asking cause i thought you were a child yourself.


the seagulls always had me(sarcasm), but discussing this rockformation is really ridicolous.



[edit on 7-4-2006 by hoeon]



I left your comment up on the site. People like you are just plain nasty. No one forced you to look or to believe what I see in the pic. There was no need for your nastiness. As far as the seagull goes well it isn't a picture of a Bay by the sea with a seagull flying in it, its a pic of something thats of totally different color and that is seperated from the 2 humps to the left and below it. There is no attachment to the rock if you see the space between the 2 you can see its a wholly seperate object and the rock slopes down below it just like the one next to it.. The 2 humped rounded rocks are in the background and the white object is in the foreground.



posted on Apr, 7 2006 @ 07:32 PM
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ThePieMan, ArMaP:

Sorry 'bout that, could you tell I had a two year old helping me make those pages? Ya... she was pretty insistent about it, too...

I always test my pages before posting links to them... but of course they looked just fine to Me because the images in question were indeed located at that address (on my hard drive)

However, the Mars pages should have worked just fine...

anyway, there's five art pages (art1-art5) and four mars pages (mars1-mars4) they have been updated, and all of 'em are linked together with NEXT and PREVIOUS buttons...

www.torbtown.com...

if you still see the red X's, trying hitting Reload or Refresh...

speaking of two year olds

I gotta go
twj



posted on Apr, 7 2006 @ 08:17 PM
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As an aside...

This is the code key for the image names:

marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov...

First digit is the space craft (1 = Opportunity 2 = Spirit)

Second letter denotes camera (N for Navcam)

The next nine digits are the Spacecraft clock. This is the number of seconds since January 1, 2000 at 11:58:55.816 UTC.

So, between this image:

marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov...

and this image::

marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov...

(both taken with the LEFT camera)

90674 seconds have passed, (or about 25 hours)

(One Martian day is 24.6 hours long)

So...

Either it's a space ship just hovering there for a day not moving or doing anything...

or...

it's a pile of rocks.

okay
my kid is telling me it's time to go play bouncy ball again...

rock on
twj


((edited out some nonsense text my daughter typed... NOW we're off to play bouncy ball))


[edit on 7-4-2006 by torbjon]



posted on Apr, 8 2006 @ 06:58 AM
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Originally posted by FeelinGroovy


tht is a clearer image........now tht i see tht it looks more like a # load of rocks...sorry man......maybe you'll ifnd something next time....


Ok Since your pic has better color and clarity I took it and wiped out the rocks and made it the same color as the sky so it stands out without touching the object.





posted on Apr, 8 2006 @ 03:03 PM
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*ponders*

so it doesn't strike you as odd that a day has elapsed between the first and last set of pictures?

I find the motionlessness of the 'craft' for 25 hours to be Very rock like...

just curious.

twj



posted on Apr, 8 2006 @ 03:35 PM
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Sure its strange. I've seen rocks shaped like fingers, arches, heads and other oddities but I've never seen one shaped like that before. It hasn't changed position nor has the position of the sun actually changed its shape either. I would normally agree with the rock thing but it doesn't appear to connect to any of the rocks behind it and it doesn't seem to be connecting with anything below it. One of the reasons I found it to be an interesting photo I guess.
So a SOL on mars is how many earth hours? Do you know?

Pie

mod edit: removed quote of previous post

[edit on 9-4-2006 by sanctum]



posted on Apr, 8 2006 @ 05:33 PM
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I'm not sure what an "SOL" is in this context... um, 'crap' outta luck in my lingo...

a Martian day is 24.6 Earth hours long...

there's a tad over 25 hours between the first set of photos (where the ''nose" of the "object" is seen on the far right) and the last set of photos (where the entire "object" is just left of center)

Without doing sharpening, enlarging, or any other artifact inducing enhancements, I (and I think many others) see pretty normal Martian landscape.

Looking at the image in Negitive (which does not add artifacts to the image) I still see pretty normal Martian landscape.

Augmenting the image, adding pixels, removing pixels, changing pixels, gives me a nice ink blot of something other than the original image... (see my treatments of a known man made object on mars looking like a pile of rocks... so much for computer enhancements, yes?)

Not even Looking at the images, but rather at the image file names and simply calculating the time between the first set of images and the last set of images gives us an elapsed time of 90674 seconds. (25.1872 hours)

And you're saying the "object" is not touching the ground... so are you saying the "object" was hovering the entire time? or did it land inbtween shots and then take off again? or fly away and then come back later? (all of which, of course, are Possible... just, kinda, well, you know, reaching...)

Look, comrade, I Want to Believe, I'm Trying to Believe... but I'm having a real hard time buying into it... and I think I'm one of the easiest 'skeptics' here.... most folks didn't even put in the amount of work you and I have done on this, they just took one glance and called us lame names...

*sighs*

my daughter is clubbing me with a plastic hammer...

I gotta go
twj



posted on Apr, 8 2006 @ 06:59 PM
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well it doesnt look the same as the other rocks..

still no idea..

here, iv blew it up a wee bit



[edit on 8/4/2006 by shauny]



posted on Apr, 8 2006 @ 07:13 PM
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Originally posted by torbjon
I'm not sure what an "SOL" is in this context... um, 'crap' outta luck in my lingo...

a Martian day is 24.6 Earth hours long...

Look, comrade, I Want to Believe, I'm Trying to Believe... but I'm having a real hard time buying into it... and I think I'm one of the easiest 'skeptics' here.... most folks didn't even put in the amount of work you and I have done on this, they just took one glance and called us lame names...

*sighs*


I was just wondering since the pics were posted under SOL 769 for one days worth of new pics. I should take a looksee if there was sol 770 pics.

Ahh bah they were calling me names not you. Im enjoying this and its a little more interesting then just politics or worries of war. Always interesting to think of other civilizations being out there. People make a big deal out of nothing. Its not like its a picture I took and am trying to make a buck. Just something I saw that i wanted to share and discuss.

Pie



posted on Apr, 8 2006 @ 11:47 PM
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Looks like the "crab-logger" from the Thunderbirds Supermarionation TV Show from the mid-sixties... the top "front" portion of the photo looks a bit like the control cab.



posted on Apr, 9 2006 @ 12:20 AM
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At first impression it certainly resembles something of a disc with a fin on the back.

Other options, most likely too, is that its light refraction off the surface that causes this optical illusion.

Could be either. Unfortunately we do not have a higher resolution image, so theres no way of telling. If we could get the coordinates of this image, or better yet of its target, we could see if anything in that region could cause an illusion... if not, then we know theres something there that shouldnt be there.



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