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Originally posted by antoinemarionette
Very interesting photograph. My thanks for your post.
What I don't understand from all you "rock" and "pareidolia" people is why you haven't mentioned anything about the feet.
I can not conceive of a rock with identical tiny reptilian feet that have teeny-tiny toes attached to it!!!
Please, look again!!!
Originally posted by n00bUK
reply to post by Arken
You know what Arken, I may not agree with you 90% of the time. But you are a dying breed on ATS, which is unfortunate.
As for the pictures, I'd have to say that we're looking at rocks, but thank you for sharing
Originally posted by ArMaP
Originally posted by Arken
Looks like a creature, a living creature on martian surface that take the sunbeams on a rock on Curiosity Sol 173
Unless the "creature" was fused to the rock, as I cannot see any clearly defined frontier between the "creature" and the rock.
But even for a rock it's an interesting find, as it looks completely different from the other rocks I have seen so far on that place or in other Mars missions.
It's almost as if something got embedded in that sedimentary rock when the rock was formed. If it is, then it means that is not only a different material but also older than the rock.
Keep looking, even if you don't find any signs of life, at least you are finding interesting rocks, and that's good enough for me.
Originally posted by skullandbonesband
Yeah, keep saying that is a rock , maybe some will buy it.
A rock that presents a unusual formation. Look at the shadow of the part that resembles a head. Show me a picture of a rock here on earth that has similar formation than I will think.
You are becaming lazy , professional debunkers on Nasa Payroll, I expected better arguments.
reply to post by Quauhtli
In my opinion, we would have already found evidence of life by now, if we were ever going to find it. There would be some sort of "web of life" if there was anything living on the planet. There would not be just one species, but a host of things living in a food chain of sorts, this can be the only way for life to exist.
Originally posted by Logiciel
Man... you gotta go out from time to time and see the world! It's a rock. I'm sure we'll find something soon but probably it won't be you... you're too obsessed to find anything and my opinion is that your sense of objectivity has long departed this planet.
No offense on a personal level tho.
Peaceedit on 3-2-2013 by Logiciel because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by cody599
I am so bored with saying this
If it looks like a rock smells like a rock and is tested as a rock
It's a ****ing rock