posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 08:43 AM
reply to post by jeep3r
Yes, I understand what you mean. Even if I do not know if you are right, I have found an image who prove (you call that "dust") is recovering much
of the "rocks". Sand and (humidity ?) aggregation. An image who shows there is something Inside "rocks".
I can't post this image like that (and have no intention to post any image on ATS now). I must write a complete article with arguments, for people
like you who are really involved by this topic. I do not know when I'll have the time for that.
Why not post any images on ATS?
Don't worry about those that poo-poo any notion that there might be something significant to find in the hi-res photo's of Mars. There are many of
us here that think there may indeed be something really interesting to find on Mars and right now the hi-res pics sent back from the Rovers are the
best source for that.
Although I think many of the finds are "just rocks" there have been more than a few that I feel bear closer investigation and are just amazingly
cool to look at and think about.
Hang in there Florentb! You may be the one that makes that first incontrovertible find...and having many different sets of eyes and minds review the
pics with you can only help in that effort.