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Square hole added to other thread, the 'flower' is created by the RAT. This thread moved to archives. Chandre



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Марс - Нибиру - форум о планете Х (Nibiru). 2012 год. - Страница 25

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and what kind of life makes square holes?

 

snakes don't, etc...

 

i can't explain it but what would do it?



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You could add this to the The square holes in rocks thread

Papa suggests that 'rocks' with square holes in them may not be rocks at all but the effects of westhering on machinery of some kind with square openings for the machinery to fit together. However, I dont see why the square holes would remain square if the outside has weathered. Most hard edges get softened over time - at least on Earth they do but maybe the weathering is different on Mars..



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I saw that square also! good eye.



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Lightsoff wrote:

Here on the right hand side I think I've spotted a RAT 'hole'.



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Thanks for pointing out the RAT to me, qmantoo.  

Here on the right hand side I think I've spotted a RAT 'hole'.

I'm wondering if It also made the 'flower' pattern to the left as well?

thoughts?

thanks!



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However, if you look at where it is in relation to the Rover, it looks to me as if it could be a RAT effort on the rock. Normally, the RAT makes a single roughly circular patch but this isn't so I dont know if it is caused by that. The "shading" around the outside makes it look like that might be sandings from the grinder. I dont see it as anything off the surface of the rock, but maybe it is. Take a look at other RAT places whre they have done sampling and smoothing and see if you think this is what it might be.



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Very fascinating observation - looks to me a a cactus-type vegetation. 



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I spotted this from some Spirit Rover images,

here's the main index: http://pds-imaging.jpl.nasa.gov/data/mer/spirit/mer2om_0xxx/browse/navcam/

I zoomed in 300 percent and played with the contrast levels.

It looks like some impression or drawing of a flower to me.

There also appears to be another circle 'above' the flower.

Does anyone else see this?

cheers.



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