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LWS


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PostPosted: October 16, 2015 6:48 PM 

Here's one of today's releases.

3D x-eyed showing a quite interesting debris flow from under rock broken by Curi's drilling.

I think the drilling released the flow which "erupted" from beneath the rocks and flowed down the channel at the bottom of the image.

Note the objects in the flow which are left behind as the mainly brine component rushed down the microchannel.

Winston

Barsoomer


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PostPosted: October 17, 2015 1:25 AM 

Wow! That's remarkable. I would say definitely an eruptive flow triggered by the drilling. Good catch Winston.

LWS


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PostPosted: October 17, 2015 9:29 PM 

Over the last week or so I've been in contact with Harry Rabb who has a webpage on "Life on Mars"

[link]

The web page is the most comprehensive collection of evidence that suggests that not only life was on Mars but that it still his.

His webpage is a must see for anyone interested in the discussion that has been ongoing on MRB over the years about life on Mars. He has been independently following some of the same images that I have been and coming to essentially the same conclusions.

The last two images about stromatolites that I posted enhanced versions of in my posts on this blog last week were first identified on his blog.

His blog is well worthwhile checking out regularly as he updates the information on practically a daily basis.

It is good to know that there is at least one other person out there who is working hard on popularizing the view that life exists now on Mars.

Winston

LWS


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PostPosted: October 19, 2015 8:35 AM 

Here's a bayer reconstruction of one of last night's releases. It shows a debris flow which has left clear signs of a water front at its leading edge.

Winston

LWS


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PostPosted: October 19, 2015 8:36 AM 

test

Festus


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PostPosted: October 19, 2015 10:11 AM 


Thanks for the link Winston, He is "the man."

AZ-Dave


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PostPosted: October 19, 2015 10:09 PM 

Thanks LWS - That guy knocks it out of the park, and if he expands on that collection of images, it would become apparent to most people, that we are not looking at only rocks on Mars.

Much much more.

LWS


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PostPosted: October 21, 2015 5:44 PM 

Here's an enigma.
Sol 1139, a perfectly clean drain on top of a ridge of rocks. 3D anaglyph view.

The drain runs from the top right to mid left of the image.

Winston

LWS


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PostPosted: October 21, 2015 7:16 PM 

I forgot to mention above that enigma is what cut those rocks so neatly on their top sides across the layers and left not one trace of debris?

Winston

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PostPosted: October 26, 2015 9:09 AM 

Interesting "spine" feature:

(slight down and right from center)

and here too:

(slight up and right from center)

LWS


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PostPosted: November 1, 2015 11:05 PM 

Interesting layered rock alignments in this sol 1151 3D anaglyph.

Winston

john radogno


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PostPosted: November 2, 2015 11:11 PM 

Please take a look at what appears to be a snow or ice deposit on mastcam 1146,17:36:09, middle left and 17:26:27 middle right. The area around the white looking deposits is a darker shade which some of us have been interpretting to indicate wetness. Is this possible?

john radogno


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PostPosted: November 2, 2015 11:15 PM 

Sorry, I ment 17:26:09 UTCŕ

jj


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PostPosted: November 3, 2015 2:06 PM 

Winston,

Big thanks for the link to Harry Rabb's web page! I agree, your books and his web page are really good collections and summaries of "visual" finds of these Mars missions.

I do not know how to contact Harry, but if you can or if he checks these pages I would suggest that

a)consider to add some of the Bradbury Landing images where the dust had been blown away by the thrusters revealing many symmetrical and strange objects

https://flic.kr/p/cUWdh7


and

b) I suspect that his example from Curiosity sol 173 and sol 186 (expanding white areas under a rock) is probably just an illusion of a somewhat sunlit area seen under the rock (i.e. behind the rock). (We have seen several other examples of this where the "white" area is actually behind the rock...) Not sure though. A 3D analysis would probably settle it.

In any case a big thanks for a fantastic web page/article!

jj

LWS


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PostPosted: November 3, 2015 2:57 PM 

JJ

Thanks very much. Harry's email is on his website. I got to contact him through that email.

It is heartening to see your post that considers my books to be "good collections...." especially when no one else on this BU blog is willing to make any comments on them, one way or the other.

But I'm soldiering along. I have another book on the way and I think it will not be so easy to avoid its speculations which get to the heart of what is living on Mars.

Winston

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PostPosted: November 12, 2015 12:54 AM 

Hi JJ

Thank you for comments.
I got instructions from Winston how to use Gimp to auto white balance
Curiosity images. I have now new version of the Sol 173-186 growing white object in web:

[link]

The natural coloring makes the case more clear, i think.

Best regards - Harry Rabb

Festus


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PostPosted: November 13, 2015 9:47 AM 


Colors are signals. Change the color and change the message. It aint rocket science is it Harry?

Welcome, Festus

Harry Rabb


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PostPosted: November 14, 2015 12:41 PM 

Hi Festus, AZ-Dave, JJ, Barsoomer (..and LWS Smile

You all have done great investigations in this Mars Rover Blog forum.
It is interesting to see how long time it takes that people start to
understand what we see in Mars. And how long it takes that NASA
admits the present and past life on Mars.

I did not know about this forum before few weeks ago, after contact
with Winston. If You want to discuss some specific issues I
prefer to use personal communications instead of public forum.
Winston already said how to get in contact.

Best regards - Harry

LWS


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PostPosted: November 16, 2015 7:04 PM 

Hi all;

The sol 1150, 1151 and 1153 images that I've been asking about since nearly two weeks ago when the thumbnails were released were released tonight.

They are awesome and I think strengthens my living rocks speculation somewhat.

here's just one of them,

[link]

Winston

LWS


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PostPosted: November 16, 2015 7:53 PM 

Here's my take on one of tonight's releases that shows some very interesting layering that was probably quite recent.

Winston

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