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OK, but if there are 10 such rocks found in 10 different images, then the chances of them being caused by erosion are getting less. Particularly since we are told there are many dust storms which keep the rovers solar panels clean! The other thing to remember is that if these rocks are small, the whirlwinds and dust stroms would blow off the smaller rocks and they would be lying about on the ground. They are not however.

As well as questioning, you need to base your opinions on similar examples found in other images. There are quite a few multiple instances of anomalies on this forum now. The problem is finding them again after a while. The search facility is terrible (or else we just dont tag our posts).

As an example, there are many rocks wich appear to be of a similar shape. Now, this could be a slate-type of rock which naturally forms into the same flat layers, or it could be formed by weathering but NOT LIKELY in similar shapes. I will post some examples as I found a good one yesterday.

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1)I think they can easily be dismissed as Pareidolia by people who do not believe so strongly that there is or has been a civilisation on Mars.
Under the circumstance that there is a civilization on Mars, the fact that you may notice the shape of a face or familiar object in a stone does not mean that civilization had anything to do with it. You can test for pareidolia perhaps by tricking a forum member into looking at an Earth image. Now that I said this, the trick will never work. Ah well. Moving away from study of such things is perfectly rational, but I would prefer something to be posted if it were rediculously obvious. Don't overlook anything you notice, but remain in the realm of rationality. This should be a group effort. I am interested in opinions on occasion, but do not base your observations soley on opinions. It can be rational to assume, say, a rock appears to be sitting on top of another due to an illusion caused by weathering. However, it may be irrational to assume that means tiny aliens put it there, soley on the basis that it exists.



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I agree, there are many glyphs and markings on the rocks and I recognise that there is good work going on finding many and putting them on here for us to see. 

It is the fixation with faces that I am (personally) getting tired of, as I think they can easily be dismissed as Pareidolia by people who do not believe so strongly that there is or has been a civilisation on Mars. 

Maybe we can move away from this area of study for a while and try to find either other subjects or at least try to find some way we can somehow 'prove' that this phenomena is caused by intelligent beings. If we can show this, then it is another more scientific argument - rather than a subjective 'this looks like a face' opinion. 

There are plenty of other examples of anomalies which show that a civilisation has been on Mars in the past, and actually, I think there is still a population there now.

So, please, lets draw a line under the faces and move on to a more subjective and pseudo-scientific investigation of other anomalies, can we?



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