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Curiosity: Potential Anomalies (Update 01/2014)

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posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 09:06 PM
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Aleister

darkorange
Hi there,

Take a look at this photo, at 10 o'clock there is a huge stone and it seems like with some writing on it, on its top, no?
Pretty nice effect from the distance.

mars.jpl.nasa.gov...


Yo. The "writing" on top the rock just seems like sand/dust movement, and for Mars to have writing or numbers anywhere on it would have to mean humans had been there, drawing in dust, quite recently as dust movement goes. The larger rock a ways in front of it, the one that's cracked and you can see the inside looking much like a rock on earth would look if you cracked it with a hammer and split it in two - but this rock, where did the piece cracked off go?

And check out the long trail in the sand on the right-center. Dust devil trail?

What do you think of Char-Lee's nameless thing we're talking about off and on, the furry small/giant headed legged/mandibled damned thing?



Yep, illusion of a miniature creature)) and it looks evil. I stopped looking at black and white pics taken by hazard cam I believe, very hard to make up details on them. I'm seeing all sort of weird shapes when my imagination is in full throttle. They look like paintings with watercolour, no defined edges.

I didn't read the entire thread but so far my personal favorite is that aerial shot with metallic disk resembling UFO) couple of pages back.




posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 09:22 PM
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You bring up a good point. Why aren't all the Mars pics in color? Is it loading capacity, or a limit on what amount of information can be sent to the satellites for relay? As you may have guessed from all of us wandering around hitting our heads on rocks, none of us who post regularly on this thread are scientists or other ists, not enough to professionally analyze these things (thank goddess, in one viewpoint). A good admin, ArMap, keeps us honest and restrains his secretly unbounded excitement at finally having Mars pics that give as well as they get (I'm making that up, I don't know what he thinks).

And funbox, he imaged your picture on the last page, and check out the cute little squarepants spongebob chair rock near the bottom.

I wonder if anyone will go back and read this whole thread. It's a good one. Must sign off for now, Jack Hanna is pounding on my door begging to be let in, pointing at the sky and mumbling "Mars....Mars.....Mars". Poor fellow.



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 09:24 PM
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well so far Mardi and mastcam are my favs , Mardi seems to give a more defined image to me for some reason, although I getting to love /hate the mro photos


the thing that bugs me about the yellow thing is that its shadow is also yellowish, is this object yellow and is it reflecting yellowish light into the shaded area making it lighter than nearly all other shadows on the photo? is an odd one , still working on it with the other photos

just found the place where they are collected together

mro location pictures

funBox



posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 11:53 PM
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I was thinking, also if this were an animal it could be eating something worm like and that is the thin thing not part of it.



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 01:40 AM
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On earth there are Masters of disguise. Is it possible on Mars we can find similar things?



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 10:26 AM
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Aleister


Let's talk about this one a bit. Even at this distance, the subtle but numerous and seemingly appropriate "splotches" of grey/black/white along this image seem unusual for a rock. Am I seeing those subtleties incorrectly?

The sun. It seems to me like the sun is almost at high noon, a little bit to one side of noon. There aren't many shadows next to the rocks in the entire picture. But look at the shadow structure under and along the thingit, and the shape of the shadow. How does that fit in with the rest of the shadows on the entire picture?

And within this rock are two points of highly reflective light, spaced like what we would call eyes but Martians call "rng3[qgh". Then what's up with the "leg", is it a separate rock or attached?

I dunno.


If you wanted maybe you could make another thread with this one and see what others think? When I saw it even in the distance it seemed like an animal to me it is different than all the other things I have seen less lizard snake, armadillo and more furry mamilian. Like I said maybe he is eating a worm :-)



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 11:25 AM
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Hi...got some more...Sol 067



A...badger ?






posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 11:35 AM
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ArMaP
Is that supposed to be a cross-eye image? The effect isn't working for me, did you use the right side image for the left side and vice versa?

It's an actual cross-eye 3-D. Not the ordinary freeview type, where you defocus your eyes to bring the two together.



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 11:50 AM
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Char-Lee

Aleister


Let's talk about this one a bit. Even at this distance, the subtle but numerous and seemingly appropriate "splotches" of grey/black/white along this image seem unusual for a rock. Am I seeing those subtleties incorrectly?

The sun. It seems to me like the sun is almost at high noon, a little bit to one side of noon. There aren't many shadows next to the rocks in the entire picture. But look at the shadow structure under and along the thingit, and the shape of the shadow. How does that fit in with the rest of the shadows on the entire picture?

And within this rock are two points of highly reflective light, spaced like what we would call eyes but Martians call "rng3[qgh". Then what's up with the "leg", is it a separate rock or attached?

I dunno.


If you wanted maybe you could make another thread with this one and see what others think? When I saw it even in the distance it seemed like an animal to me it is different than all the other things I have seen less lizard snake, armadillo and more furry mamilian. Like I said maybe he is eating a worm :-)


Thanks for thinking of me, and I'll be happy to start a thread if you'd like. Why don't you want to start it, as I think the ATS community would love to have this introduced to them by its discoverer (at least here..wondering if NASA has looked at it yet). If you do start it up maybe you can do a link to the posts here, so this thread once again presents somethingits to the world (and by world I mean.....you know, Mars). Meet you at the Mars Metropolitan Zoo, by the Xgrundelsplik cage.



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 12:08 PM
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ATS community would love to have this introduced to them by its discoverer



The community is ready...with rocks. A literal stoning.



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 12:10 PM
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MarioOnTheFly
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ATS community would love to have this introduced to them by its discoverer



The community is ready...with rocks. A literal stoning.


That rocks! And often literal stonings have their benefits. In this case Char-Lee would be both mocked like a circus clown and honored by exozoologists.



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 12:14 PM
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hmmm I'm not to sure about badger soup, I might end up inadvertently making harry Hill a life long enemy, now the other looks hot for the pot


*funBox tears open his belly flap and inserts a new canister*

I think , if I see anymore red/orange, I might come down with a mars fever

@Charlee & Aliester , this little critter deserves an artist colour overlay
, anyone checked to see if there a color /closer view yet?

funBox



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 12:28 PM
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The last time I had badger soup the badger was still moving around in it, doing the backstroke. Badgers have claws that can rip Mars apart at the seams, so I'd hate to walk up on a Martian badger.

The unnamed damned thing (tipo'thehat to Chuck Fort) has shading which makes it almost look like a furry texture, a color pallet that contains a lot of gray (but different shades of gray in appropriate area and flow). I have no idea if color pics float by, and where or when. The shadow still intriques me - look around the entire original picture and the shadows are very limited, so it's near noon on Mars, but this one has undershadow and shadow on the rock next to it showing a separation from that rock. Then it's "nose" or lower rockmouth also puts down a shadow, although curving along a rock under it. Literally rocks (in some manner of the word)!



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 12:48 PM
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Why don't you want to start it

I would rather not..honestly I never get much response to any of my threads....maybe I am to purple :-)



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 12:52 PM
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Alright, but you come right there right behind me and post your posts until you've posted yourself out. Then we will all meet here and sort through the debris.



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 01:10 PM
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Alright, here's the thread. Let me know if you'd like to change the thread's name. The digs have already started, but I tried to head them off early. Come over everyone, and give this ugly critter a boost, and the Mars marsmmal as well.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 01:35 PM
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Hi all again. Great eye work by all! I have a question that has been answered one zillion times. Could some one give me steps so I can post pics here? Or point at relevant help page, please.

I am slow like that, what can I do)))) Booze is ready as supplemental intake to facilitate my newly acquired knowledge))) LOL. No, seriously, would be easier for me to highlight isolated parts of the shots and post them directly.

thanks you, good people.


...and lets soon put a compilation of pics that have been posted so far here on this thread. That would give other seekers an idea of what have been discovered so far.

what do you think?





edit on 18-2-2014 by darkorange because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 02:13 PM
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Aleister
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Alright, here's the thread. Let me know if you'd like to change the thread's name. The digs have already started, but I tried to head them off early. Come over everyone, and give this ugly critter a boost, and the Mars marsmmal as well.

www.abovetopsecret.com...


You did great but mentioning my name may kill the thread, I am a thread killer :-0

you know that one picture sure does have more than it's share of weird stuff. I so long for a clear huge image of that spot on Mars!



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 02:19 PM
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Hi all again. Great eye work by all! I have a question that has been answered one zillion times. Could some one give me steps so I can post pics here? Or point at relevant help page, please.


there are better people then me to answer but the way I post pictures is to save them in my download folder.

Top of ATS page is a V in a circle or checkmark like symbol, I click that

Under that I select UPLOAD this opens my album

In the left corner select Upload again use select file open your folder and select the picture push the arrow.

open the picture and select the top set and copy BBcode for use in posts.

Paste in thread.



posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 02:38 PM
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Char-Lee, hello, I'm ducking in from the other thread. Is the name Perry OK with you? (a poster called it Perry the Pareidolia)?

Jeep linked two threads which were threads analyzing that very same photograph, measuring, going over "almost" every inch, taking it apart rock by rock, one for 21 pages, another for 3 pages, and nowhere in there did anyone find your little creature. Amazing. It was staring everyone in the face with its beady pixel eye, right there upper center, and nobody saw it. Hahahahaha, great find Char (if I may be informal).




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