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Mars Photos by Curiosity Rover Teeming with 'UFOs'

Postby really? » 25 Aug 2012, 04:23

Notes from the fringe.
According to the fringe sector of the Internet, Mars is practically teeming with aliens.

Since NASA's Curiosity rover touched down on the Red Planet two weeks ago and powered up its cameras, it has already managed to photograph several alleged UFOs and other "anomalies" in the surrounding landscape.

From classic flying saucers to an absurdly out-of-place fossilized human finger, here's a rundown of what UFO believers claim to have found in Curiosity photos so far. [Gallery of Mars 'UFO' Photos]
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Re: Mars Photos by Curiosity Rover Teeming with 'UFOs'

Postby Craig Browning » 25 Aug 2012, 21:56

I did lots of acid in my youth but even under said conditions, I can't see how anyone can make a rock into a flying saucer :lol:
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Re: Mars Photos by Curiosity Rover Teeming with 'UFOs'

Postby SydneyPSIder » 23 Oct 2012, 20:20

My God, it's full of stars....
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Re: Mars Photos by Curiosity Rover Teeming with 'UFOs'

Postby Steve Zalewski » 03 May 2013, 20:48

May 3, 2013

I'm sorry to burst your bubble, but the monochrome black and white photo that is on this thread IS A LOW RESOLUTION PHOTO OF ROCKS ON THE MARTIAN SURFACE. Since photos can be altered, "the nail" may be part of the image that was altered, or perhaps high winds on Mars which caused dust storms caused this area to be eroded.

If people would use critical thinking skills in the UFO field, it would make it much much more difficult for debunkers to discredit the UFO subject. You HAVE a brain, USE IT. I don't mean to offend, but I'm trying to get people to THINK before they put their foot in their mouth by making less then credible statements.

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Re: Mars Photos by Curiosity Rover Teeming with 'UFOs'

Postby Steve Zalewski » 17 Feb 2014, 13:19

February 16, 2014

To Nuagrfic,

Thank you for pointing out my evolutionary error in my brain comment. I was trying to drive home the point that some people do not use critical thinking skills in the UFO field, the wilder, sensationalized, garbage gets more publicity every day. Some people in this field have caused so many problems, it's no wonder that near 98-99 percent of scientists ignore this subject. At least Hynek's Center for UFO Studies, and the Society for Scientific Exploration have published some scholarly work in this field. I also made a change in my brain statement, to remove the religious reference.

Thanks again for pointing out my error. By the way, I did not see UFOs in that black and white photo of Mars, just rocks and soil. I also looked at the other images, and only one photo with the "object" visible in the blue sky looks interesting, but the photos of Mars with the small "dot" has such a low resolution, that it appears to be a "dead" pixel in the camera, but the photos should be examined by photographic engineers to determine if any of the images contain unexplained images.

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Re: Mars Photos by Curiosity Rover Teeming with 'UFOs'

Postby Schrodinger's Cat » 26 Mar 2014, 21:46

Steve Zalewski wrote:May 3, 2013

I'm sorry to burst your bubble, but the monochrome black and white photo that is on this thread IS A LOW RESOLUTION PHOTO OF ROCKS ON THE MARTIAN SURFACE. Since photos can be altered, "the nail" may be part of the image that was altered, or perhaps high winds on Mars which caused dust storms caused this area to be eroded.

If people would use critical thinking skills in the UFO field, it would make it much much more difficult for debunkers to discredit the UFO subject. You HAVE a brain, USE IT. I don't mean to offend, but I'm trying to get people to THINK before they put their foot in their mouth by making less then credible statements.

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I could not agree more. To my mind, there IS some highly intriguing UFO evidence out there. None of it is conclusive, but it is certainly enough to warrant further investigation rather than a casual dismissal. But none of this is helped by the net being full of clearly bogus claims or identification of every rock on Mars as an alien or every pinpoint light in the sky as the advance scout for the Beta Reticulan invasion.

The UFO phenomenon should be treated thus...

1) Is there a genuine phenomenon to be explained. I would answer ( after reading hundreds of cases ) yes...and I'd include an unknown physics phenomenon in the list of possibilities.
2) Is there evidence of a non-conventional explanation ? Inconclusive, but by no means implausible.
3) Is there any highly convincing evidence of extraterrestrials ? No, but there is anecdotal evidence suggestive of it.
4) Should people scoff ? No..they should investigate, whilst not blindly accepting every tall story on the net.
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