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Mars Anomalies NASA Image A Valve◄ Evidence Of Technology On Mars Celtic Cross ★★★
11-04-2014, 11:41 AM #1
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A recent NASA image reveals evidence of technology on MARS. The object in the image taken by NASA's Mars Curiosity rover shows a valve similar to high pressure valves on earth. The objects precision craftmanship are a clear sign of intelligent design. Of the many Mars Anomalies seen this one is simply fascinating. The only question one has after looking at it is how did it get there?

There has been some speculation ,and some people believe that it's an imprint made from the rovers drill. That however is open to question. So far it's been suggested that it's the drill, it's a microscopic image , the spectrometer and the imprint from the arm...

Link to original NASA image:

http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/mer/gallery/...

NASA link is 404 : ) wink wink wink


Mars Anomalies NASA Image A Valve◄ Evidence Of Technology On Mars Celtic Cross ★★★
11-04-2014, 12:09 PM #2
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Sorry wrong video. There may have been a switch. This video does not contain the NASA image which is clear as day. Also the system wouldn't let me delete the thread.

The video may have been switched. Image too good.
11-04-2014, 12:10 PM #3
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I'm a bit unconvinced by most of the Mars rocks that people see "things" in. Most I chalk up to the phenomenon of pareidolia or matrixing - seeing a familiar shape or form in random combinations of shadows and light.
I did, however find this a few minutes ago on Google news, and it's kind of a whopper in comparison to the other dubious rock formations.
Have a look at this video, it's difficult to explain this away...



I can't really call rocktard on this one, it's pretty damn convincing just by observation.

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11-04-2014, 12:11 PM #4
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A pickup truck? Seriously... 13.gif


Pareidolia is my guess. That valve thingy that is not in the video was quite impressive though.

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11-04-2014, 12:39 PM #5
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(11-04-2014, 12:10 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  I'm a bit unconvinced by most of the Mars rocks that people see "things" in. Most I chalk up to the phenomenon of pareidolia or matrixing - seeing a familiar shape or form in random combinations of shadows and light.
I did, however find this a few minutes ago on Google news, and it's kind of a whopper in comparison to the other dubious rock formations.
Have a look at this video, it's difficult to explain this away...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDQ0HCmMVb8#t=101

I can't really call rocktard on this one, it's pretty damn convincing just by observation.

You found it too lol . There is a rather long other view of why so many familiar things on Mars are seemingly identifiable. I'll post it another time. Mars was run by a Predator Alien race by which is lore in our early history. The earth was also a supply station in which they took animals for food and mechanical things to work on Mars. Very fascinating. .
11-04-2014, 12:40 PM #6
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Hey, wait...lol. That wasn't the first video that showed up in the first post, that's why I posted the second, which is what I guess you tried posting in the first place? dunno.gif

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11-04-2014, 02:00 PM #7
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(11-04-2014, 12:40 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  Hey, wait...lol. That wasn't the first video that showed up in the first post, that's why I posted the second, which is what I guess you tried posting in the first place? dunno.gif

Octo may enjoy the video. Someone drivin' a Ford on Mars?

Amazing Mars Anomalies◄ NASA Image◄ A Pickup Truck A Car Ramp Mechanical Objects And A Satchel★★★



11-04-2014, 02:31 PM #8
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Thanks, but I really think making a pickup truck out of that is stretching it chuckle.gif
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11-04-2014, 02:58 PM #9
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(11-04-2014, 11:41 AM)Elphinstone Wrote:  



A recent NASA image reveals evidence of technology on MARS. The object in the image taken by NASA's Mars Curiosity rover shows a valve similar to high pressure valves on earth. The objects precision craftmanship are a clear sign of intelligent design. Of the many Mars Anomalies seen this one is simply fascinating. The only question one has after looking at it is how did it get there?

There has been some speculation ,and some people believe that it's an imprint made from the rovers drill. That however is open to question. So far it's been suggested that it's the drill, it's a microscopic image , the spectrometer and the imprint from the arm...

Link to original NASA image:

http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/mer/gallery/...

NASA link is 404 : ) wink wink wink


Mars Anomalies NASA Image A Valve◄ Evidence Of Technology On Mars Celtic Cross ★★★

this is the first convincing pic of something unnatural on mars i've seen.
but what if it's actually some debris from former mars missions?
11-04-2014, 03:15 PM #10
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It's possible, but would it be that crusted over by rocks and sand in that time period?
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11-04-2014, 03:24 PM #11
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(11-04-2014, 03:15 PM)Octo Wrote:  It's possible, but would it be that crusted over by rocks and sand in that time period?

dunno.
are there sand storms on mars? blink.gif
11-04-2014, 03:38 PM #12
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Quote:All equipment that will be sent to Mars must be built specifically to withstand the conditions there. The environment of Mars contains dust that is much finer than that found on Earth. While the exact effects of this fine dust on technical hardware and equipment are not fully known, it is not impossible to engineer equipment to survive it. The NASA rovers Spirit and Opportunity were designed to operate for a minimum of 90 days, but have exceeded their target lifespans substantially. Spirit lasted about 1900 days. Opportunity is still driving around and investigating Mars since January 2004.

It is unknown how the fine Mars dust might affect humans, should they be exposed to it. However, the astronauts will only go outside in their fully-enclosed Mars suits, and inside the habitat, the air will be filtered to remove the dust.

Storms

Mars has a very thin atmosphere, about 1% of Earth’s atmosphere. Because of this, hurricane forces on Mars feel like a gentle breezes on Earth. The problem of a storm is not that it will push you over or destroy material, the problem is that Mars is extremely 'dusty'.

- See more at: http://www.mars-one.com/faq/mission-to-m...nd-on-mars

Doesn't seem to be very violent weather hmm.gif
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11-04-2014, 04:10 PM #13
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(11-04-2014, 03:38 PM)Octo Wrote:  
Quote:All equipment that will be sent to Mars must be built specifically to withstand the conditions there. The environment of Mars contains dust that is much finer than that found on Earth. While the exact effects of this fine dust on technical hardware and equipment are not fully known, it is not impossible to engineer equipment to survive it. The NASA rovers Spirit and Opportunity were designed to operate for a minimum of 90 days, but have exceeded their target lifespans substantially. Spirit lasted about 1900 days. Opportunity is still driving around and investigating Mars since January 2004.

It is unknown how the fine Mars dust might affect humans, should they be exposed to it. However, the astronauts will only go outside in their fully-enclosed Mars suits, and inside the habitat, the air will be filtered to remove the dust.

Storms

Mars has a very thin atmosphere, about 1% of Earth’s atmosphere. Because of this, hurricane forces on Mars feel like a gentle breezes on Earth. The problem of a storm is not that it will push you over or destroy material, the problem is that Mars is extremely 'dusty'.

- See more at: http://www.mars-one.com/faq/mission-to-m...nd-on-mars

Doesn't seem to be very violent weather hmm.gif

hmm.gif but in the documentary "mission to mars" an astronaut's head has been smashed by a flying rock in a sandstorm. 13.gif

just kidding. chuckle.gif
11-06-2014, 11:04 AM #14
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11-06-2014, 03:33 PM #15
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hmm.gif

It would be nice to have the scale of that Mars pic. Is there a point where that APXS touches the ground?

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