posted on Mar, 4 2004 @ 09:02 PM
Originally posted by soothsayer
It's just what would be expected to be seen from a dried up sea floor. And since it is the "simplest of life-forms we would expect"...
I wonder... haven't seen it mentioned lately...
Remember when scientists found the Martian Meteor in Antarctica, and how it had microscopic life signs? Why isn't NASA making a connection, or
trying to 'disprove' that as they 'disproved' the Martian Sphynx?
And there are more occurrences of this shape.
NASA is dodging the issue as fast as they can,
other folk are pointing this out before any of the
fotos 'approved for public consumption' are posted.
What you see is far less than 100% of the data beamed down,
and only that which gets past the NASA censor committee is posted.
Dig through the archives and you will find hints of the approval processing (file naming, etc.).
See another little serrated edge
(Look carefully in the foto in the lead post)
Notice NASA is silent regarding stems on the mistletoe
Also: they haven't addressed the issue of seasonal sediment layering:
- why layers are weak bonded (!biomass).
[Edited on 2004-3-4 by Teknik]