posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 10:43 PM
Originally posted by flashtrum
Originally posted by JasonT
They're called "rocks". You'll find them in your garden too.
Take a look, I'm not lying.
Thank you. I remember reading a post on some blog where this guy was picking out half-buried people, machines, some sort of other species, when all I
saw were rocks - and more rocks.
Mars is barren. The question is when did life die off on that planet and why? Where there advanced civilizations? I think there's enough evidence to
suggest that at one point Mars was very Earth-like. What happened and why?
We are going to have to actually dig to find artifacts. That planet has been hot and volcanic for too long for us to simply stumble on a 2 thousand
year old iPAD.
Yeah, man - quoted for truth. This may be science fact very soon. Not that hard to believe.
They're already saying there was most definitely life there. That's why the rover is there.
If there was life there, why wouldn't artifacts or fossils or even skeletons still be buried under that dust and rocks??? They are on Earth!
People need to stop claiming they know everything - or better yet - people need to stop speaking in certainties - as I said. Yeah, these things LOOK
interesting, but until anything comes about it, it's just going to be considered pareidolia.
And that goes for the skeptics here as well.
So pareidolia or not, there could very well be things under that dirt and those rocks. Am I wrong to assume that?
edit on 8/15/2012 by impaired
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