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Originally posted by havok
Imagine though. What is NASA hiding? A flow of sorts...
I don't even know if I see a rock where you see a rock with a hole and 2 white stuff on each side, because I do not see anything that looks like it has a hole and 2 white stuff on each side, that's why I want to look to the original photo.
Originally posted by Fedge
So you just see a rock where i see a rock with a hole and 2 white stuff on each side ? not speaking of the shadow ?
In your opinion, to me there are at least four things that "catch the eye", but I know what you're talking about, after all Imagir zoomed (too much) on it, so I suppose that is "your" rock, and this version of the photo it does not look different from the other outcroppings at the top of the image.
On the whole picture there is only on thing that catch the eye. Find me all those other rocks that just merely ressemble this one please !
Originally posted by ALLis0NE
There is water on Mars, no doubt.
However, it is very difficult for the water to be "liquid" because of the atmospheric pressures and temperatures.
Here is a good article:
So, the big question is not whether water exists on Mars -- it does -- but rather is there liquid water despite the planet being so cold?
"I used the model to look for regions that meet the minimum requirements for liquid water -- above the triple point and below the boiling point," explained Haberle. "According to the model, the highest surface pressure, 12.4 millibars, occurs at the bottom of the Hellas Basin (a low-lying area created by an ancient asteroid strike). The problem is that the boiling temperature there is only +10 °C. It can't get very hot or the water will boil away."
Originally posted by GideonHM
I understand your perspective, but what if Nasa's deception covers issues like the habitability of our neighboring planets? I completely distrust Nasa's intentions and materials that are produced.
Originally posted by CoffinFeeder
highly its doubtful its water of any kind due to so many factors, but it can possibly be liquid something. unless its some highly highly saline water that can stay in a slush form