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Anyone believe this NASA Claim
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OK, hold onto your Shorts, if you're wearing any (@gordi)  does this actually look like any of the surrounding rocks?
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Now look at the direction the grains of sand or dirt have been blown, looks like This Rock has been blown and resting on something.

Quote:'Foreign object' on Mars spotted by Curiosity Rover is just a rock
Quote:Don't worry: NASA's Mars rover Curiosity isn't falling apart.

On Monday (Aug. 13), Curiosity photographed an odd, flat object that mission team members initially thought might have fallen off the car-size robot. Indeed, they dubbed the weirdly shaped target the "Pettegrove Point Foreign Object Debris," or PPFOD in NASA-speak. (Pettegrove Point is a section of Vera Rubin Ridge, the landform Curiosity has been exploring for the last 11 months or so.)
I would have thought that. Looks like a thin piece of sheet metal with two holes on each edge.
Quote:"In fact, it was found to be a very thin flake of rock, so we can all rest easy tonight — Curiosity has not begun to shed its skin!" mission team member Brittney Cooper, an atmospheric scientist based at York University in Toronto, wrote in an update Thursday (Aug. 16).
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REALLY!!!!!  smallkillingpc
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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#2
I spent a couple of hours looking for the original at NASA HQ and after telling them
that I not only knew they'd tampered with it, I was also a friend of Boy In A Dress.

I added that I could hack their site and upload images of BIAD in some of his less-than
-polite poses.
Twenty minutes later, they sent me this.

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There's definitely a word on the rock.


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That is odd.  No idea what it could be.  Hmmm...   minusculethinking
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(08-21-2018, 09:10 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: That is odd.  No idea what it could be.  Hmmm...   minusculethinking

Yes, it could be that the Martians enjoy wearing brogues and this note of some sort
indicates that. Although -in my humble opinion, it's been torn.


I think.
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(08-21-2018, 09:09 PM)BIAD Wrote: I spent a couple of hours looking for the original at NASA HQ and after telling them
that I not only knew they'd tampered with it, I was also a friend of Boy In A Dress.

I added that I could hack their site and upload images of BIAD in some of his less-than
-polite poses.
Twenty minutes later, they sent me this.

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There's definitely a word on the rock.
Great Work,,, could I see those pictures of BIAD,,,,,, tinybiggrin 

Oh,,, that's one of our old License plates, I recognize the numbers.
rogue  minusculethinking
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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(08-21-2018, 09:09 PM)BIAD Wrote: I spent a couple of hours looking for the original at NASA HQ and after telling them
that I not only knew they'd tampered with it, I was also a friend of Boy In A Dress.

I added that I could hack their site and upload images of BIAD in some of his less-than
-polite poses.
Twenty minutes later, they sent me this.

[Image: attachment.php?aid=4360]
There's definitely a word on the rock.

ROGUE!   Hey everybody... there are rogue Martians!   tinylaughing
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