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Originally posted by remymartin
Go to the hirise image. hirise.lpl.arizona.edu...
View this image in JP2 QUICKLOOK(IAS VIEWER) Full image (grayscale, map projected)
This is without zoom
This is full zoom
Looks natural to me.
Originally posted by Maybe...maybe not
reply to post by SmokeytheHair
Lol, no. I wasn't suggesting they were even organic. I just said it was another cool pic from the site. I personally have never seen that picture, which is why I put it up, just trying to contribute something....
Sorry....I jumped to conclusions.
I just get a little frustrated seeing the same material being recycled time after time.
Originally posted by Kabal
*shrug* I see no issue here. Blackout above compiled a lot of Mars pictures off of a website (which he stated) and which has been done on ATS many times before on other various other subjects. While these have been discussed in the past in other threads, there isn't a compilation of pictures and explanations like Blackout presents above on the subject. One would need to do some extensive searching on ATS to find everything above and Blackout compiled them all into a single post for one to see all neatly.
Haters will be haters.
NASA and its associated research teams don't agree with this conclusion. Their theory is that the dark spots are "the result of springtime defrosting process on Mars, not signs of biology." A somewhat less dismissive opinion from Bruce Jakosky, a Mars researcher at the University of Colorado in Boulder, states that the conclusion for Martian biology is "premature... when other, simpler processes have not been ruled out."