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Originally posted by zorgon
Originally posted by rocksolidbrain
But its possible for some crystalline rocks to break in straight lines or erode that way.
So you expect us to believe that this rock just fell of that cliff, landed right side up where it is?
Boy I bet that home owner is pissed
Seems more likely some Alien was ticked off at him and beamed his land into the bay
And just because some rock cleaves into blocks naturally does not prove all monoliths are natural rocks
[edit on 26-7-2009 by zorgon]
Originally posted by ArMaP
reply to post by Jools
If it was dropped from a high altitude it would have created a crater, and it could even be destroyed in the process, so I don't think that was what happened.
Originally posted by Jools
You have made an assumption.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
I'm not saying that this is related in any way to Mars,
Originally posted by MR BOB
has anybody else thought that, with the disturbance of sand around the object in this pic. that it came up from the sand? if it fell down a slope ther would be a track aswell.
Originally posted by super70
The image is 100% real. What the object is is another question.
This is taken from the most recent Mars image on the HiRise website.
Here is the area the object was found...
[edit on 25-7-2009 by super70]