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Originally posted by jimmyjackblack
Could it be some sorta lava rock?
Sorry for the oneliner.
Originally posted by puzzled2
can some one tell
1. Whats this a picture off?
2. what happened to SOL 729 images here?
Originally posted by Enigma Publius
Can most of us agree that no matter what side u fall on this or in the middle, isn't it odd that there ws no further investigation or official explanation to many of these anomalys that IMO are much more interesting than the cydonia face?
Originally posted by Springer
I wonder how long before this little gem becomes part of the lore of Mars?
Naturally, there will be the paranoid few who will accuse us (the owners of ATS) of starting yet another meme to rake in all that huge advertising money and claim that "Thrashee" is one of my sockpuppets (for the record, I have exactly ZERO sockpuppets, I only post as "Springer").
Originally posted by Phage
Here is the raw image
Notice a similar porous rock in the right foreground
oops no. Not that right, the other right (left) Doh!
[edit on 26-8-2008 by Phage]
Originally posted by thrashee
Originally posted by Math(s)ew
It's nonsense to suggest that what appear to be artificial constructs or faces may simply be geological formations? Oooookay. You're right, that sort of thing never happens:
Originally posted by triplesod
But, I'm no geologist or rockophile, would I be very wrong in thinking that a rock's porousness comes from exposure to running water?
Originally posted by IMAdamnALIEN
This is definitely a strange structure, and quite possibly made by early martians!