posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 06:05 AM
Well, one in the eye for all the little negs on here (those touting negative opinions to the op). As you will see op, if you think yours is a muchroom
with a stalk, then I have found another stalk Possible new classification opportunity for
concretion spherules (blueberries) on Mars
I think all those that think these 'blueberries' are ALL concretions are just plain wrong. Some maybe concretions, yes, but I dont think they all
are. Some are fungi and to see why I think this, go to the linked thread and see the evidence there.
To those who agree with NASA that these are concretions, please answer the following.
Where are the weathered and eroded rocks which these concretions come out of. Please show us photos of these rocks.
There are far too many blueberries spread about the rover images to be concretions come out of weathered and eroded rocks and besides, what would have
spread them all over a flat area in an almost uniform pattern?
Can't answer this? Well, then you have to at least entertain the possibility that these blueberries are spread by fungi spores which have blown in
the wind and been deposited on rocks and the in the cracks between rocks. However, it looks to me as if they grow out of the 'rocks' themselves.
(see the other thread for fungi 'buds')