posted on Feb, 25 2013 @ 10:56 PM
Originally posted by ArMaP
The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.
Originally posted by Justoneman
I am convinced that some on here want to know the truth wherever it leads us and unconvincingly dismissing them all is a big fail for fellow scientist
studying in the field.
Even if it leads us to a "it's all rocks" situation?
As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.
Even if it leads to whatever the truth is? yes.
BUT it can't be standard earth type erosion we see here because it is without standard Earth conditions so the whole point is moot until a rover or a
human working on Mars to actually find the truth starts doing so.
We can argue back and forth about our beliefs but without further investigation, and NASA is obviously holding back, we are left with theories.
Arken's theory is holding water. The rock crowd has to contend with what peoples eyes see, and the 'its rocks you silly person' crowd are trying to
say we are seeing what we want. I say balderdash, we are seeing what is there through our own experiences.
Plus we can use common sense in analysis of the fact some us already know about the Brooking's Report. Where the plan for dealing with the truth
until further notice was given clout. I smell the rats running from the daylight every time someone tells me my eyes are lying to me. I am not buying
either Fossils or Rocks until these are tested properly and avoiding the subject like the black plague is NASA's gig right now. THAT action alone is
the thing that makes me say, hey maybe it really is a Fossil and not the other way around.