Some Mars photos,

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  1. ASATKat

    ASATKat Friend of Leo's

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    I would say about 2/3 of the photos here are just rocks, but it's the other 1/3 that really looks like stuff that was made by ?

    It looks like ancient destruction.

    Nature seemed to be more creative on Mars.

     
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    grainy pics with no scale. no sale.
     
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    Exactly.....

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    Mars is really in Canada !
     
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    You'd think NASA could afford one lousy banana

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    At least they weren't pictures of Uranus!


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    The Milky way, as viewed from Mars.

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    That 1/3 look like creative use of photoshop to subtly enhance indisinct images to give you that impression.

    If they had the links to the public images that might help.
     
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    Hell, I have a 'Marz' right there in my living room.
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    Everybody should study some basic Geology

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    What an odd thing to call a lamp
     
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    Sure, nature looks more Creative on Mars. I'll stay with the boring trees, grass, blue skies, and the negatives of it all too. At least ill have breathable air.
     
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    That's not just any old lamp, buddy-boy......that's a Walmart lamp.

    Show some respect!
     
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    4 billion years is a long time for many things to happen. I will not be surprised if we find artifacts on Mars, or not.

    The way most archeology gets done however, they publish in a way that everything is a religious ceremonial item, idol, or a temple to malicious gods. I can't wait for the future archeologist to unearth GI Joes, Barbies, Star wars Action Figures, schools/colleges, city halls, retail shops, factories, and suggest what "Hokey religions" were practiced. Confusing real life objects like children's toys with fantastical religious ceremony. But it makes for such interesting fictional papers to read.




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