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The Most Interesting Mars Picture I've Come Across.

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posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 01:27 AM
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I expect that there are many who have come to realize and accept the reality that man is not the descendent of apes; that modern humans, like we are today, have been on planet earth for not thousands of years but millions and maybe even billions of years. Additionally, as a type O Rh Negative Blood Type, I feel sure many, if not all of us are the descendants of races of human beings who have come to earth in the ancient past and our origins have been lost and forgotten for all but a few who know the truth and have kept it a secret for various reasons.

These points having been touched upon, it makes every sense that Mars was at some point inhabited or at minimum, a stop off planet for travelers to and from earth and may have and may still be being mined if all the facts were known. It is with this in mind that I a reminder of the 1977 Documentary/Investigative Report entitled "Alternative 3". I have an original copy of this but of course there is no way of sharing it here but, I did find a copy posted on Youtube

Yes, I know, there are those who called this a hoax but I doubt it.

Now I would like to share what the Billy Meier Group believe:



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posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 01:28 AM
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posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 01:34 AM
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That's some fine sleuthing OP, S&F.

I can see why curiosity took photos of these 'artifacts', they seem awfully out of place to me.

Keep up the good work, I hope you find some more interesting images.



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 01:40 AM
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I must say that I have been around for a long time mostly lurking the last few years. I have absolutely no doubt that there was ABUNDANT life on Mars. Now considering the age of the planets and the story of "Adam and Eve" I think in lieu of the fact that there is so much proof - though it is easy for a few CIA, NSA, etc etc and NASA operatives to sow uncertainty and troll this site for obvious reasons a simple look at these items in particular and try and explain away ALL of them.

I think the earth was "seeded" with "Adam and Eve" and I have no doubt there are plans to do it again because earth is heading the same way as Mars. Too many people in power making decisions for all of us. We will destroy ourselves again and will have to move on. Fact?? Nope - just my opinion


I have no doubt that in our solar system there is intelligent life if not MORE intelligent than us and not only on Mars!!

GREAT post and thread. S&F!!



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 01:51 AM
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Originally posted by jnyblujns

Originally posted by OccamsRazor04

Originally posted by shauny
This image here is just astonishing !!!




There is zero doubt this is a sheet of something.
Amazing thread and pictures.
Thanks for sharing.

Shaun
edit on 24/1/2013 by shauny because: (no reason given)


That is actually what I came here to post about. If you look at the full res image you will see what appears to be cracks on the soil. The top layer is hard, and it cracks. They are found all over the image. If you look at enough of them you will find one that looks like something else. The OP has purposefully cut the image to make it appear as if it's a sheet. Look at the location in the full res image and you can clearly see it's just the surface. OP has an agenda.
This is the full image, where you can see the 'sheet' is just soil.

Here is another image with soil cracks to show it's not uncommon.
edit on 25-1-2013 by OccamsRazor04 because: (no reason given)


Wow....

Yes, I totally tried to mislead people by posting a link to the original image and even making a guide to show them where they could zoom in to see the areas in question for themselves.

I didn't "cut" anything. I just zoomed in on the area that I found to be unusual.

The picture you showed clearly cuts out the part where the 'sheet' turns out to just be soil.


The two images you show aren't even the same area. Maybe you should use my guide that I took the time to make for everyone. So who's trying to mislead who? Who has the agenda?

Anyone can see I posted a picture of the exact same area. I just didn't cut mine to hide the 'sheet' is soil. This can be confirmed by the three rocks in the picture. It's the identical area. Why would you claim it isn't?


I never made any outrages claims. I never put 20 exclamation points in my title to draw attention. I never said anything was definitely anything. All I said was "Here's an interesting picture, here are some things that look interesting to me, and this is what they look like to me."

I can assure you I'll think twice before ever posting anything on this site again.


edit on 25-1-2013 by jnyblujns because: More thoughts.


Maybe you should try BIN, no one there is allowed to post anything but support. Perhaps it was subconscious, but your cutting out the 'sheet' so only the very corner is shown so it appears to be something it is not is very suspect and appears to be done intentionally.
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posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 01:51 AM
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Originally posted by pacifier2012
Wow. Imagine a planet with 50 billion trillion rocks on it having any that look like something we could compare it to. I mean the odds must be what..... logical?



and IMAGINE all of these possible bits of proof ALL in one place... I mean the odds must be what.... Logical? But hey you tried.

You would have been convincing if these were all in separate photos. The fact that these "natural formations" that look like "something" are all in one area should make one curious is nothing else.

You tried...



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 01:55 AM
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Originally posted by AthlonSavage
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In this first pic you included you have a red line pointing to the panel. This is not the same panel as the close up view of the panel. In the close up view its has three rocks at its corner which cannot been seen on the picture with red line. I have look through the pictures you showed and it has not convinced me the panel belongs to them or is due to the naturally anomaly your describing. I still see something artifical.


I do not know what picture you refer to. I have no red lines on my picture, and the 3 rocks are clearly visible. Look at the far right where the 'panel' ends and it is clear that the 'panel' is simply the hard top crust of the surface which has been weathered.



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 01:58 AM
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Originally posted by Jobeycool
Looks like something was sitting on that soil in that spot where they are claiming it is a panel and the soil is pushed down.


No the soil is raised. The top layer of surface is a hard crust. It has cracked, and wind has blown away the soil under it, raising it up a little.



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 02:00 AM
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Originally posted by ArMaP
One thing that I think is the most interesting in that image and that nobody (that I noticed) pointed out:



If that's what it looks like to me (a crack in the ground, with eroded edges) then it means that dust/sand has been falling through that crack for thousands or millions of years and it didn't fill the empty space below, which probably means that there's a large underground area beneath Curiosity.

Or I may be completely wrong.


You confirm my theory, ArMaP.

As I said, Curiosity Rover is rambling into a grave, into an ancient dry lake.

Nasa/JPL boffins need some Paleontologists up there!

To detect FOSSILS!
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posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 02:06 AM
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Originally posted by OccamsRazor04

Originally posted by jnyblujns

Originally posted by OccamsRazor04

Originally posted by shauny
This image here is just astonishing !!!




There is zero doubt this is a sheet of something.
Amazing thread and pictures.
Thanks for sharing.

Shaun
edit on 24/1/2013 by shauny because: (no reason given)


That is actually what I came here to post about. If you look at the full res image you will see what appears to be cracks on the soil. The top layer is hard, and it cracks. They are found all over the image. If you look at enough of them you will find one that looks like something else. The OP has purposefully cut the image to make it appear as if it's a sheet. Look at the location in the full res image and you can clearly see it's just the surface. OP has an agenda.
This is the full image, where you can see the 'sheet' is just soil.

Here is another image with soil cracks to show it's not uncommon.
edit on 25-1-2013 by OccamsRazor04 because: (no reason given)


Wow....you're quite the effing a**hole aren't you?

Yes, I totally tried to mislead people by posting a link to the original image and even making a guide to show them where they could zoom in to see the areas in question for themselves.

I didn't "cut" anything. I just zoomed in on the area that I found to be unusual.

The picture you showed clearly cuts out the part where the 'sheet' turns out to just be soil.


The two images you show aren't even the same area. Maybe you should use my guide that I took the time to make for everyone. So who's trying to mislead who? Who has the agenda?

Anyone can see I posted a picture of the exact same area. I just didn't cut mine to hide the 'sheet' is soil. This can be confirmed by the three rocks in the picture. It's the identical area. Why would you claim it isn't?


F*** you for accusing me of trying to mislead people. For that matter, F*** every one of you rabid debunker idiots for making this thread into something it's not and never was intended to be. I never made any outrages claims. I never put 20 exclamation points in my title to draw attention. I never said anything was definitely anything. All I said was "Here's an interesting picture, here are some things that look interesting to me, and this is what they look like to me."

I can assure you I'll think twice before ever posting anything on this site again.


edit on 25-1-2013 by jnyblujns because: More thoughts.


Maybe you should try BIN, no one there is allowed to post anything but support. Perhaps it was subconscious, but your cutting out the 'sheet' so only the very corner is shown so it appears to be something it is not is very suspect and appears to be done intentionally.



Go to the very first page of this thread. Go down to number 10. I posted a 100% zoom photo showing the entire area, which clearly shows the panel like features end. I then posted a 300% zoom which still clearly shows the panel like area comes to an end. I didn't post a single picture that only showed the very corner.

The only explanation I can think of where you aren't just being a complete wanker is that the scroll bars aren't showing up in your browser so you can see the entire picture. Please tell me that's your excuse, because if not, you're simply making things up and being a total a**.



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 02:07 AM
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I prefer to be indulged by the gold on the rocks, gimme gimme gimme!



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 02:09 AM
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Astonishing.

It indeed does look like a piece of a perfect rectangular sheet half covered in soil and rocks.


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posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 02:19 AM
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Originally posted by ArMaP
One thing that I think is the most interesting in that image and that nobody (that I noticed) pointed out:



If that's what it looks like to me (a crack in the ground, with eroded edges) then it means that dust/sand has been falling through that crack for thousands or millions of years and it didn't fill the empty space below, which probably means that there's a large underground area beneath Curiosity.

Or I may be completely wrong.


Hey ArMap,

Of all the posts in this thread I thought yours maybe the most interesting...

Yes, Curiosity does seem to have arrived in an odd area. Without comment on the various oddities noted by the OP, you have pointed-out one of at-least two sites that appear to be hollow or crevice-type. Currently we do not know much about these areas.

Close analysis suggests two things:

(1) that the debris/sand flow does not seem to follow a predictable downward motion. Two factors lend credence to this conclusion. First there seems to be no build-up or 'back-up' (a piling-up of debris/sand until it reaches the surface level and thus stops further downward flow). If anything the hole seems fresh (?). Secondly, the slope of the 'hole' appears to be largely (but not totally) clear of debris and any evidence of downward flow.

(2) that the flow of debris/sand actually appears to be ranged away from the holes.

Of great interest is the possibility that two things may currently be observable for the first time on the surface of Mars, by MSL. Such 'holes' may be vents. Indeed, there is evidence that this is a real possiblility given the fan visible on an earlier image (below), which also appears in close proximity to what looks to be a sort of 'sump' whereby local sand and rocks appear to have collapsed downward into the surface area, leaving a shallow depression near to the vent.



The image you have posted displays possible evidence of venting,having possible darkened areas at either end of the hole. If this is venting, the fans are very small thus suggesting a very passive area of CO2 activity. That means that the CO2 being vented is not doing so at high pressure. This lends evidence for potential CO2 venting via local CO2 sublimation in the sub-surface. It would be very interesting to find a similar 'sump' or depression nearby (as per the image above).



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 02:23 AM
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What's up the attitudes in this thread.

I think op has done a good job in bringing some intersting photos for us a to have a look at.

Why are people so highly strung....



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 02:47 AM
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Regardless of whether people are skeptical or believe there is something to the photo's.........calling someone a fraud with no real proof they tried misleading people is bad form man

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posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 02:56 AM
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Yes there are natural formations of "straight lines".... such as dried lake beds and the giants causeway. But all those straight lines are part of a texture or a pattern.

However the panel image is fascinating because its not a part of a natural texture... instead it really does look like a piece of sheet metal just lying there. It definitely does NOT look like its part of the surrounding terrain.

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posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 03:00 AM
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Also I showed the picture (without telling them its from Mars) to a few colleagues and asked them if they can spot anything strange.

Everybody acknowledged that it looked like a piece of a rectangular sheet.



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 03:16 AM
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You do realise that if any of these rocks were tools, they would be very tiny tools!!

I don't see anything which resembles a tool.... just stones/rocks.

Those cracks on the surface are similar cracks to what we get here on Earth.... nothing more than that...

But keep on searching, you may eventually find something which is definitive proof!!



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 03:16 AM
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Originally posted by jnyblujns
Go to the very first page of this thread. Go down to number 10. I posted a 100% zoom photo showing the entire area, which clearly shows the panel like features end. I then posted a 300% zoom which still clearly shows the panel like area comes to an end. I didn't post a single picture that only showed the very corner.
The only explanation I can think of where you aren't just being a complete wanker is that the scroll bars aren't showing up in your browser so you can see the entire picture. Please tell me that's your excuse, because if not, you're simply making things up and being a total a**.


You are correct, there are scroll bars. They were not there when I first looked. Possibly due to the network at work acting up, I had to reload the page several times because of all the pictures. Now that I see it does indeed scroll I take back my comment. I hope you can see how it would appear very suspect with the portion I was able to view. I still stand by my pictures which show this is simply cracks in the hard crust of the soil, which can be seen throughout the entire image. I no longer think you were purposefully misleading people.



posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 03:17 AM
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