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Originally posted by Unity_99
Does anyone here know why marsanomalyresearch is not loading, it says page not found.
There are many examples there.
we know he has had a fall and broken his hip as his daughter posted so on his guest book
Originally posted by JayinAR
reply to post by openminded2011
Yes. Already posted a few pages back. I would counter by saying that these photos look enough like fossils, to me, to warrant further investigation. Period. Not making a claim that these are definitely fossils, but that they look enough like them that Curiosity shouldn't be allowed to cruise on by.
Also, it must be just the absolute PERFECT conditions for a ventrifact to form in such a way that you see four or five of these things right next to each other all having roughly the exact same shame, which also appear to look just like a row of vertebrae.
Point is, this is worth another look.
So if Mars had water it wouldn't be much of a stretch to say something actually lived in that water?
Originally posted by BigfootNZ
reply to post by JayinAR
How on earth do we take this further?.. I sure havent got a spare mars rover laying around I can throw at Mars.
Mars had water we can be pretty much certain of that, mars has water eroded rocks, sedimentary rocks, wind & dust eroded rocks, volcanic rocks... and that is all these are. What also makes me laugh is when back with the last Rover you had people pointing out all sorts of things like skulls and beings... then forgetting that alot of the objects in question where ALOT smaller than how they appeared, oh but hey it was a midget alien empire.
Pitty this sort of thing has migrated to this forum. So ill use this as my final conclusion...
Because thats all it is. And my typical disclaimer on things like this, I do believe there are things on Mars we are being kept from and or will find the more we explore the planet, but these 'bones' arent it, not by a long shot.