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extrasense, your name says it all, you do have an extrasense....but I'll let you in on a secret: The photo's that NASA have that you would find intresting are the one's you will never see. They pass on the rocks and blue flowers to the general public and keep the best ones by calling them "Top Secret"... for example I know they have pictures of ruins of a past civilization that is rumored to be us many a billion year ago, the rumor goes on to state that they believe we left Mars as it was dying and relocated a small group of our kind on Earth, as Earth was considered the "New Mars" at the time, Earth was a better local, with warmer temp.'s and plenty of water....a lot can happen in 5 billion years in a solar system, let your extra sense indulge in this, and keep a open mind that there are us here that know more than the general public will ever know, and I do like your keen eye for what other short sighted people don't see, you would make a good scientist. A smile and a wink to you!
<font color="yellow">" I beg to differ. It's my long lost golden hamster"</font><br /><br />Well, isn't it possible that since your hamster was traveling at relatavistic speeds (with the help of alien grays), that they stopped to pick up my recently deceased cat. They Then placed him near your hamster to make it look like there is a conspiracy?<br /><br />If only scientists would keep an open mind about such things.<br /><br /><br />
<i>Can you point to the said analysis, or you are just making baseless claims? </i><br /><br />Geez...ironic statement coming from you extra.<br /><br />http://marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov/newsroom/pressreleases/20040318a.html<br /><br />http://marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/press/opportunity/20040318a/19-DR-01-graph-A074R1.jpg<br /><br />"This graph shows two spectra of outcrop regions near the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity's landing site. The blue line shows data for a region dubbed "Berry Bowl," which contains a handful of the sphere-like grains dubbed "blueberries." The yellow line represents an area called "Empty" next to Berry Bowl that is devoid of berries. Berry Bowl's spectrum still shows typical outcrop characteristics, but also exhibits an intense hematite signature, seen as a "magnetic sextet." Hematite is an iron-bearing mineral often formed in water. These spectra were taken by the rover's Moessbauer spectrometer on the 46th (Empty) and 48th (Berry Bowl) martian days, or sols, of its mission."<br /><br />
The content of the blueberries has nothing to do with content of the flower. <br /><br />Worse yet, the press release that you talk about is for March 18, about Sol 75, while the flower picture was taken on Sol 111, at the totally different place too.<br /><br />ES <img src="/images/icons/smile.gif" /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
Extra...you're an idiot.<br /><br /><i>The content of the blueberries has nothing to do with content of the flower. </i><br /><br />Yet you posted this link to an image:<br /><br />http://mywebpages.comcast.net/mycommon/1m063-1M133781967EFF08A6P2957M2M1-coin-stereo2.jpg<br /><br /><i>Worse yet, the press release that you talk about is for March 18, about Sol 75, while the flower picture was taken on Sol 111, at the totally different place too. </i><br /><br />I commented on THAT image of the "berries". And now you rail me on my response TO the appropriate comment you made because it had nothing to do with your so-called "flower"? <br /><br />Then don't make anymore stupid offtopic statements then if you don't want anyone to respond to them. Oh and enjoy your delusional mindset. You're a scary individual and I'd never want to meet you in real life.
No, spacechump,<br /><br />es isn't scary. I've met plenty of people who can't even follow the thread of their own arguments.<br /><br />It's actually quite sad, when someone starts with a postulate, and changes course and brings in non-related concepts and evidence, and then can't recall why or even what to do with new information. Their constructs just become a vast wasteland of non-related data points. Can you imagine how confusing the world must be to these people?<br /><br />It's not scary, just really... pitiful.
spacechump,<br /><br />You are a proof positive, that even brain dead can call anybody an idiot.<br /><br />The thing in center of the picture is a coin, not a spherule. It is a flat circle, not a sphere.<br /><br />What relation content of a blueberries has to the content or anything else of a coin? None.<br /><br />The picture is a 3D anaglyph. Get 3D glasses, then talk.<br /><br />ES<br />
__ Why would there be coins on Mars?__<br /><br />The answer is that there was, and possibly still exists now, a civilization out there.<br />The coin proves that to be true, does not it?<br /><br />ES<br />
sorry extrasense, but there are better things to believe, such as crop circles and UFOs. try using you extrasense on that instead like i have <img src="/images/icons/wink.gif" /><br /><br />but I agree, Cydonia is either the result of large crystalline stonage on Mars or a proximity of somewhat "pre-ish" formed pyramids made by the Elohim to increase "Extra Terrestrial Intelligence Awareness" Not that it looks like an Alien Civilization... however. I feel that there's other ways to use our extrasenses (common sense) to see that there <b>is it unlikely that there is another Cydonia on Mars</b>. Why are these formations occuring together naturally together in the same space? And why haven't we been informed of <b>another Cydonia</b> whether or not it exists?
<blockquote><font class="small">In reply to:</font><hr /><p>Why are people still arguing with this pathetic man? <p><hr /></p></p></blockquote><br /><br />I have a theory about that.<br /><br />I suppose there is a drive in each of us to help grow our species towards greater realizations. This drive manifests according to each individual's inborn traits, so in one person it becomes frustration with stupidity and in another it becomes love of teaching and exploration.<br /><br />I believe we choose to carry on conversations with people who don't perceive reality through the same filters as we do, in an attempt to get as many people as possible grounded in the Truth as best we can perceive it. Thereby elevating the collective intelligence.<br /><br />That's the tool available on a message board: words. If we were in the same room, can you just imagine the pummeling some people would have to endure? And then finally, you'd never know if they had actually matured in their understanding, or if they'd merely been beaten into submission.
<i>You are a proof positive, that even brain dead can call anybody an idiot.</i><br /><br />Take a look in the mirror buddy. You're the one claiming coins and flowers on Mars based on blury, overzoomed images.<br /><br /><i>The thing in center of the picture is a coin, not a spherule. It is a flat circle, not a sphere. </i><br /><br />You're forgetting scale. That'd be a pretty small coin. And with my National Geographic 3D glasses (thanks Pathfinder issue)...I can see a spherical resemblance. You must be as blind as a bat.<br /><br /><i>What relation content of a blueberries has to the content or anything else of a coin? None. </i><br /><br />Well you're the one that posted an image of the blueberry concretions so you tell me.<br /><br /><i>The picture is a 3D anaglyph.</i><br /><br />And a crappy one at that.<br /><br /><i>Get 3D glasses, then talk. </i><br /><br />See above nutter.
-- You're the one claiming coins and flowers on Mars based on blury, overzoomed images. --<br /><br />Yes I am, and I do it correctly. The things that I claim to be something, are precisely what I claim them to be.<br /><br />Envy of that makes people like you, blind and deaf to the truth.<br /><br />And you have a lot of company in that.<br /><br />ES<br /><br />
See you don't have any evidence. So instead you pull the old 'looks down on everyone-I'm right; everybody is wrong. The just can't think outside the box'.<br /><br />http://www.watchingyou.com/woowoo.html<br /><br />Claiming is not proof...it doesn't mean its real because you said it was. <br /><br /><i>Envy of that makes people like you, blind and deaf to the truth. </i><br /><br />Nor is this alleged "envy" we're supposed to have of you. Critical logic makes us much better thinkers then those like you who blindly follow their delusions because they want to believe in something so bad. (somehow I KNOW you'll try to spin that statement) <br /><br />Actually you have it all wrong. I feel pity for you that you accept such absurd things in the face of much opposing evidence. It's like those that see a Virgin Mary in a tortilla.