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Originally posted by ArMaP
These things have been noticed in many Mars photos for some time, but they can analyse it because what we see on those photos is how things are after that something flowed on those places, as far as I know there isn't any photo of it happening (but I don't know if there would be a way of knowing that it was happening at the time).
I have noticed that on some photos it looks like those liquid flows come from the joining between the present day surface and what looks like a different ground layer, like if something was covered by the dust we see today.
I will try to find one of those photos.
PS: Imagir, use only the [img] tags, that way the image will have a scroll-bar and will not mess-up the page layout.
[edit on 31/10/2009 by ArMaP]
Originally posted by havok
Could it be liquid hydrogen sulfide? If it evaporates that quickly, to leave dry marks, it has to be a chemical of sorts that isn't 100% water.
Imagine though. What is NASA hiding? A flow of sorts...
Originally posted by Imagir
On the hem of the image I have found this strange mechanism….
What the hell is it? An hydraulic pump?
[edit on 31-10-2009 by Imagir]
I can only speak for myself, and I obviously do not have amnesia, if that was the case I wouldn't remember seeing those other photos, right.
Originally posted by odyseusz
Do you all have amnesia?
We don't know if it's the same process, those photos that you talk about are from regions close to the poles (if I remember it well, around 70º south, most of those images are from the southern hemisphere), these photos are from regions relatively close to the equator (less than 25º north or south).
There are several dozens of threads on this forum about that phenomenon and we already saw photos of that process in action.
I don't think so, we can see that those flows do not show signs of having enough energy to unearth (or unmars ) anything, they only leave a slight mark on the ground.
Originally posted by Fedge
What if this anomaly has been unearthed (unmarsed ? :s) by those ghost flowing ?
Originally posted by radarloveguy
fascinating , I can hardly control my excitement .
a distant barren rock has some water .
- note to self - DILLIGAF
...... and there could be some microbes !! ?
- YAWN to SELF -