posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 10:40 AM
Originally posted by Gildenel
Originally posted by jeep3rOr take this close-up as an example:
How could anyone think that is just a rock, it's been carved, not sure what it is, but it's definitely not a natural formation, I've never seen
anything natural that looks like that.
Hey Gildenel! Thanks for your various posts in this thread, your support is highly appreciated ...
I wish there were some others out there who would actually analyze the visual data
, even though it takes lots of time and effort to come to the
same conclusions as I have drawn from Curiosity's astonishing panorama
between Sols 64-72).
Again, I'm not the person who looks at 'one feature' saying: OMG, it's a lizard or OMG it's a statue etc. I'm referring to an accumulation of
different artifacts while taking into account their inclination and their 'partly buried' position in the martian sands (after petrification &
But if you look at it from that perspective, they do display common features incl. geometry that is definitely not the result of some ancient lava
stream or any other natural process. And again, I don't know why those various shapes resemble ships (??!), it's just the only conclusion that makes
sense after having applied Occam's razor
as an explanation (due to the fact that there are too many of the same features).
So, yes, I'm completely serious about this, and I still hope to find further supporters here on ATS (and I'll fight hard to convince all of you)!!
edit on 18-2-2013 by jeep3r because: (no reason given)