posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 05:03 AM
This is one of the best Mars photo posts I've ever seen...
Not until now have I been so impressed.
Upon further examination of the second photo (the tentacle one). It appears we have "squiggly" rocks on mars?? What's a squiggly rock? Geologists?
I suppose we have squiggly rocks here somewhere, as there are all sorts of formations. But, that looks like a damn inter-dimensional baggy squid
creature if you ask me. And I would ask me if I were you, I *am* the one who discovered the Farpet.
Typically, though, in Geology... when you have such a rare "squiggly" or curvature formation in rocks, isn't it usually surrounded by a LOT more rocks
with the same form?
This is mind boggling, but only coming from someone who took one class in Geology.
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