Ok, guys. This was a fairly small incident, all things considered. It only ran to 15 pages!
Imagine if someone made a post like this one on the 2012 doomsday scenarious once we hit new years. OMG., that would be a long thread, lol.
20/20 in hindsight right?
What did we learn from this guys?
Originally posted by winofiend
Well, here's my opinion.
Now, NASA lies to us because there is indeed life on Mars. It's that small we need to see a drawing of it to actually see it, and not only that, but
out of a gazillion places to land, the curiosity lands right smack bang not on a dead seafloor of decaying fishies, but where there is a single lone
dead fishy, that has awaited millions of years for a curiosity rover to appear and rumble his pad.
Originally posted by Arken
Surely this anomaly seem out of place with the surrounding terrain.
Mole of Mars?
NASA say the object might be a part of the six-wheeled rover
NASA, NASA, NASA.....
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Originally posted by AmberLeaf
haha NASA are a funny lot.
Originally posted by thePharaoh
oh you know
dont act dumb...its a seahorse-slug...which was ejaculated by the rover...its been a few months
Originally posted by nomadros
... My question is why don't they stick the scoop back in and see if any more bits fall off the rover *cough*
And this one by 'Clearmind'
Originally posted by clearmind
..so the rover is falling apart?!? really...i would doubt that there is anything on the rover that could accidentily fall off with out the rover being
in some type of accident...ha..something falling off the rover...Never A Straight Answer..
Originally posted by AmberLeaf
reply to post by clearmind
I think that is the answer they would like us to believe.
It managed to go hundreds of millions of miles with no issues, drops hundreds of feet from the sky crane, but it moves a few hundred meters and starts
falling apart...yea ok.
I dont expect NASA to tell us the truth.
Who knows? Hmm. Rugger knows
Originally posted by rugger
..I've never worked in the space industry so who knows.I say it's organic.besides we know NASA is hiding things.right
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by rugger because: its a comment not a reply
I stop here, you get my drift, I made it a bit more than half-ways through.
To be fair, I got it wrong too. I thought there was definitely a 'belt-buckle'-like structure in the middle of the object, making me say it was
machined. That was wrong because while it is machined, there is no belt-buckle, it's a crease and some shadows. So I was just lucky I said it was
Originally posted by FlySolo
reply to post by EnigmaAgent
That's remarkably clear.
But hey, at least I didn't go yelling that NASA were lying when they were being perfectly straight about it.
We all make some personal calls in these areas, but the posters above may want to reconsider their view on NASA's behavior, and read up on why NASA
did how they did in this case.
It could save us all from the grief in future threads, if they halt operations or find something they don't know what is. Fair enough?
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