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|Posted: Tue Dec 17, 2019 10:42 am Post subject:
I hate to be a wet blanket, but I'm not overly impressed with this "discovery". The "Stonehenge" rocks look mildly curious from a distance —
— but not very interesting up close.
The red lines which form two off-center circles and a lopsided square just look like desperate attempts to find symmetry where none existence.
Here's an excerpt from the article at Eadie's link.
Picture Caption: A stone circle that has been compared to Stonehenge has been spotted in images sent back by a spacecraft orbiting the red planet. Dubbed 'Marshenge', alien hunters have seized on the images but experts say it could be created by natural processes which cause rocks to be 'sorted' in freeze and thaw cycles of permafrost
From floating spoons and coffins to crabs and pyramids, alien hunters are often reporting strange structures in images beamed back from the surface of Mars.
Now, the latest 'discovery' seen using high-resolution images of the Martian surface, a mysterious circle of stones have been spotted on top of a raised mound on the planet.
Dubbed 'Marshenge', alien enthusiasts have been comparing it to the famous stone circle at Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England.
Eadie is right when she says this whole thing could be the inspiration of a good (or bad) story. But it sure isn't a "discovery" proving there was life on Mars.
Is there no man on Earth who has the wisdom and innocence of a child?