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It could also indicate whether Mars has had liquid water within the last decade.
Originally posted by 2000 Yards
Maybe. But don't forget that after a billion years or so of dust storms, even in the very thin atmosphere, a lot of the rocks are going to be pretty rounded and smooth just like they would if they had been eroded by water.
Originally posted by amari
reply to post by odyseusz
To view this photo from Mars you must look at the ground where you think
water worn rocks with curvy and rounded formations exist. Yes there was and
is water on Mars but here is a shocker until you learn to view Mars as a 3D
hologram you will never ever get to see the anomalies clearly presented in
this particular photo and other ground zero photos.
Do not jump to conclusions for I know what I am talking about and do not
run out of patients either. What you will learn is many of the unintended
3D holographic rock photos by NASA on Mars are incorporated in the
background and within these rocky looking photos you are viewing are what I
call stacked images. You must remember the many combinations of rocks
and ground layers form patterns and just not any old random patterns but
intelligently designed patterns.
These images are not something that you will see right away but will pick up
on by using the full spectrum light code of Mars. I call it bending the light if
that gives you a hint. Most will call this what I see on Mars crazy but I am
crazy like a fox. ^Y^
[edit on 14-12-2009 by amari]
Originally posted by odyseusz
I thought I get more attention posting such spectacular photo than only few posts