reply to post by IgnoreTheFacts
Now you see, I look at it another way. The way we SHOULD all be looking at it...
If it doesn't look like a rock but looks like something else, then why call it a rock?
If it looks like a rock but looks nothing like anything else, then why isn't it a rock?
Just because we THINK it isn't a skull on an alien surface, why can't it be a skull?
Why does it need to be a ROCK that LOOKS like a skull?
In America, they have a saying that is the foundation of their judicial system.
'Innocent until proven guilty'
I'd like to twist that a little and apply it here if you will...
A skull until proven otherwise.
Yes we can do all these filter jiblys and processing mumblys, but that will NOT give us 100% clarification.
The ONLY way we will ever truely know, is if one of us remembers in the 20 odd years that it takes us to be able to land on Mars for recreational
purposes, to go to where this skull is and take a gander.
Until said time, I am more then happy to sit here and look at that with the same eyes I look at E.T's.
West Aussie, to you as a fellow ozzy, don't let some of these people dishearten you. It's good to have another eye on the alien surface to find any
The way I see it, as a researcher... If that is a skull, then I have other questions.
Why is it there?
Where did it come from?
Is it human?
With these questions, I can theorise and come up with some answers...
Why... - Unknown, so HOW did he get there?
Where... - Unknown, HOW did he get there?
Is it... - Unknown, If it was human, where is its breathing apparatis?
If it didn't need an apparatis, was it human?
If it was human, does that mean the alien atmosphere is indeed breathable?
If it isn't and he died because of that, where is the device that brought him there? Was he dropped off to die? Was he dumped?
If he had a device to get him there, it would have to be near by...
Lets look at the pictures again, lets see if we can find his means of travel.
These are the kinds of things to look at. Instead of just ignoring the facts and labeling it something that warrants no further attention.
You might say it is a waste of time, and how would we know if we didn't take that time to waste?
Is it a waste to uncover the truth? If so, why are we here? What is our purpose? Do we just like to waste time about what ifs?
How can we effectively do our job if we don't look at everything we see from all the angles?
Do we rely on what the government gives us?
I didn't think so... otherwise... why would we be here?