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I think there is activity going on at this moment, I do not think it is all ancient machinery at all, although there is some wreckage there too. Of course, the rovers photos are taken with fairly fast shutter (or similar) speeds and so any movement on the ground will not show up so well if there was machinery being used as a method of transport. The images taken of the planetoids just a few days ago were taken at 15 seconds exposure since it was dark and this kind of longer exposure would have shown any movement on the ground.

We have seen streaks in some pictures which to me show a running water stream but that idea is controversial. I do not think it is a smudge on the lens or a movement by the rovers so what would a streaky 'something' be - unless it was smoke I suppose which we have seen before too.

We are not going to engage with NASA scientists over any of this stuff as they just dont comment on the things which we think need a comment. The stuff on which they want to comment, they write papers on.



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http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/00601/mcam/0601MR0025370100400776E01_DXXX.jpg

 

0601MR0025370100400776E01_DXXX.jpg

 

0601MR0025370100400776E01_DXXXcrop.jpg0601MR0025370100400776E01_DXXXcrop1.jpg



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I see where Q points out the machinery. To me, like a tractor pushing a sifter/sorter/vacuum looking system, scavenging gold or valuable materials......but that's through my eyes. Good stuff sir.



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Another great find Q.

This goes along with my theory that the former inhabitants used animal depictions (or thier own) on thier machines or, had the technology to bio engineer.  As far as the jumble of rocks and debris everywhere you look, imagine a flood of epic proportions, grinding and mixing the surface materials, leaving them wherever they fall,  then mostly evaporating into space along with the atmosphere. (magnetic field lost)  That is the only explanation that makes sense to me, although I welcome any alternative views.



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qmantoo, I thought that it had the vague shape of an animal head. Many of these anomalous rock seem completely out of place compared to the rocks on the surrounding terrain not just in this image but also at many other locations. Whatever happened on Mars in ancient times seems to have demolished anything of consequence.



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I am interested in the rock in the centre and centre-right (looks like an animals snout or long nose shape) of this image which appears to have some kind of driving machinery attached to its rear and some kind of driver in a ****pit one third along the spine. The area to the left of the centre-right rock appears to be smudged and obscured but of course this may be due to the fact that this area is "in shadow". If you look at the dumpy dock to its right, you will see that it is taller than that one and the shadow is smaller, which does not make sense in this context.

You can see for yourself but I have done some enhancing below but you can see it in the original. The original is linked above.

breaking up a bit...

pixel smoothed


Other images are
link 1
link 2 (this left camera image goes with the link at the top of the post which is from the right camera)

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1F430479300EFFC7DGP1215R0M1
Rover    Opportunity
Sol    3405
Site    C7
Camera    Front HAZCAM
This is version 1 of a photograph produced for M - MIPL (OPGS) at JPL on Thu, 22 Aug 2013 GMT at 21:33 which is Sol 3405.
It was taken with the Front HAZCAM instrument, through the Right camera, using no filter on the Mars Rover Opportunity.
It is a Full frame EDR picture which is raw, is NOT liniarised, and is NOT thumbnail sized
This data was captured at site number C7(179) on drive number DG, and the command sequence number P1215 was instructed by PMA & Remote Sensing instr. (Pancam, Navcam, Hazcam, MI, Mini-TES) and belongs to the group 1000 through 1499 - Hazcam sequences



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