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Originally posted by qmantoo
Oh.. it was Curiosity. I could not find the width of the MER's tyres in those articles.
Ok, so if they are not blueberries,
a) what are they?
b) where do they come from?
c) why are they arranged in such a spread-out and fairly even way. So, how did they get there?
I can explain that if they are vegetable kingdom items. If they are mineral kingdom items, then it becomes more difficult I think.
You just cannot conceive that this is NOT what you are told by NASA can you?
small pebbles? Was the crater ever filled with water at one time when liquid water could exist? Is the crater that old?
I mean yes, it looks spread evenly over the ground from those camera angles, but I could get the same effect depending on my camera's angle and what I'm looking at.
Wherein it is proposed that spherules were fleshy masses of archaeobacteria growing in the ground like nodules on a root. These fleshy spheres were later replaced by hematite to become the spherules.