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Originally posted by badmedia
3d shapes are pretty common in nature.
Originally posted by thegreatobserver
What is interesting and leads to the conclusion that it is NOT a natural formation is the fact that it is the only square object in this picture and area. It clearly stands out.
If you look at the picture of the Giant's Causeway, the whole area is like that. So, it is a natural formation in this specific area.
You always have to see things in relation to its surrounding.
Originally posted by notsoobvious
just a thought but how many objects do you think have crashed on mars? probally alot. there is probally debris from all sorts of vehicles that have crashed or blown apart trying to get to mars.as for the "machinegun"it looks like some sort of scope camera with the "handle"being the part in which it was attached to whatever probe it was sent with.i would like nothing better to find proof of life on mars. i just dont think this is it. sorry. ( i hope i didnt offend anyone,thats not my intent)
Originally posted by Bearack
Russia, If I recall correctly, has had 13 failed missions to Mars. Who knows were the debris of those craft are. Once they hit the atmosphere, they lost communication so they could be anywhere on the planet. And with Mars minimal atmosphere, the objects would not burn up and a majority of the craft would make it to the surface.
Engineers faced the daunting task of slowing the Mars Exploration Rover spacecraft from about 12,000 miles per hour when they entered the atmosphere to about 12 miles per hour when they hit the surface of Mars.
Originally posted by tyranny22
It's my theory that the front half of the plane was sucked into a rip in space and time thus resulting in it's crash (...). This black box is all that's left of the debris.