posted on Jan, 25 2012 @ 08:52 AM
Here are some pictures from the article. Note, I am presenting what the author claims, you can decide for yourselves.
1. The changing disc:
The semicircular area marked by "a" at the 32 min mark, gets progressively more features. By the 93 min mark, "chevrons" are visible, marked by
"b". By the 119 mark it may have reburied itself?
2. The black rag:
At the 0-13 min mark, something black is hanging off the conical measuring hammer at the end of the arm. It subsequently disappears.
3. The scorpion:
When the probe landed, it apparently kicked up dirt and dust and covered the scorpion (according to the author). It presumably crawls out so that by
the 93 minute mark it is visible. It is gone by the 119 minute mark. Did it scurry off or rebury itself?
Close up of the scorpion:
The impression I get from the little I've read of the article is that the landing was hard and disturbed the ground around the probe. The author
claims that this disturbance caused the local inhabitants to scurry about before going back underground.