posted on Feb, 24 2013 @ 06:47 PM
reply to post by Arken
Thanks for authoring this thread for us. I do appreciate the obvious work and time consumed to create threads as this. I know it isn't always easy to
locate images of bones and skulls that can illustrate what you are trying to point out in the Mars/Curiosity images.
These threads always bring out those who believe the objects in point are nothing more than curiously shaped rocks, weathered and worn. They may very
well be correct for the majority, but that doesn't mean they are absolutely correct- no matter how likely.
The problem I have always had with claiming the 'bones' are nothing more than rocks is the fact that the rocks are very, very suspicious, yet they
garner little consideration or deconstruction from those who are set in their way - the way of 'No Way'.
I think the standard, 'they are rocks', response stems from other ideas some people have developed over the course of their interest in mysterious
subject matter and general conspiracy theory. That can be too bad, because, to fully understand and identify the newly revealed objects found on an
entirely different planet, we need every single person to look closely at each item we're presented.
It would be nice to see the standard, 'It's rocks' answer, shelved, only used as a last resort, after all other options and considerations have
As with UFO Sightings, it only takes one authentic object to bring the mountain of disbelief crashing down.