posted on Jan, 24 2013 @ 02:40 PM
It amazes me how angry and defensive some people get on here. First of all, I never once said, "OMG...this is 100% proof of the aliens!!! LOOK LOOK
For all of you saying these are all just rocks, they might very well be. If they are though, they are nowhere near as common formations as you make
them out to be. I challenge each and every one of you to look through a few hundred pictures from the Mars mission. Once you've done that and found
not a single "rock" that looks like these in any other area, then please, come back and tell me how normal finding dozens of highly unusual looking
formations in one small area is.
Some of you say that common sense should tell us these are just rocks. Honestly, I feel the exact opposite. I feel that common sense tells us that
something isn't right in this photo.
The fact is that yes, these shapes can appear in nature, but they are INSANELY RARE. Again, if I had just spotted one thing in this picture, it's not
a huge deal and I never would have made a thread about it, but stepping back and realizing that I'm seeing dozens of rare shapes and perfect angles
in one relatively small area, well, that is highly unusual, whether you professional shills and skeptics want to make it out to be common or not.
Do a Google search for a natural perfect triangle shaped stone. Word it however you want, you won't find a single one.
To the person who says the "panel" is just a mud crack and provided a Google image search link, not a single one of the images you provide look even
remotely like the lone "panel" I pointed out.
All of you who say, "these are just rocks and they're everywhere, just go outside". Ok....you do that...please go outside and bring in a handful of
perfect cubes and triangles and take some pics to show us all how common these shapes are in nature.
Also, I do find it interesting that this area was chosen for Curiosity's first drilling campaign, which means NASA seems to think there's something
special about the area as well.