posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 07:31 AM
Taking a look... Here is the object taken from a different camera and from a different angle.
Note that the Object of Interest is probably about 25mm in diameter to 38mm in length. Here is the object:
Initial views leads to the conclusion that this is probably
a water-rounded stone, similar to some others, mostly larger rocks, near the same
location. But I have doubts, there are too many inconsistencies brought-up with shadow analysis and digital terrain modeling in the pics to actually
say what. Indeed, analysis raises more questions than answers.
EDIT: Just thought I would add my own , far-reaching and totally un-analytical opinion to this. Such intriguing objects are pretty common. It is mere
speculation to try and adjudge what they are. If you want my 2 cents worth... most or all of the images that NASA/JPL/MSL see (and pass-on to the
public) via their rovers and Mars-orbiting spacecraft are not natural scenes. Think along the line of a highly advanced species trying to hide their
presence and humans not even knowing what or how to even begin looking. Our own human-tech is (or has already) very close to stealth technology, so
good that we cannot detect it. Think what higher life forms may have. Then think about our ability to detect them
... much of the
inconsistencies that can be seen in the MSL pics can be explained by the god-damn HLF's effing with what our basic tools see and detect. But I think
we are onto them and people are chasing-down the theoretical avenues to uncover previously unseen things.... Just my opinion though.
15-4-2013 by Blister because: (no reason given)