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Possible Mouse Like Skull appears in Mars Rover Picture, anyone seen this one before?

 
omar

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found this
[link to imageshack.us]
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I'm back to read the comments. Sheesh! Some people really have reading comprehension troubles.

First, I am not saying it is a skull, just an object that can possibly be a skull. I used the word mouse more refering to the size of the possible skull, I agree that it can also be a possible reptile skull.

Also, when I started the thread, I clearly asked if anyines knew if this was from the current Curiosity mission, as at that moment I did not know from which mission it was. Later, and thanks to the feedback of people that really are interested in the issue and don't come here to deride and derail, I was able to learn that this is actually a photograph taken by the Spirit Mars Rover, actually the Panoramic imager of this rover, on Sol 820.

I even posted one of the origina mission images, and the link to it and to all other panoramic images of sol 820 of Spirit Rover.

The link is this one

[link to marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov]

There are several images that cover the same frame but with minor changes in the grayscale. The possible skull appears in all of them, but in not any other of the images of that day.

So, for all the people that insist is only a rock: Ok, it can be, but it has features that resemble a small animal skull, so it's interesting only because of that.

For all the people that say that this is a skull, but the image is taken in a desert of our own planet: Please understand that IMHO the Mars rover images are indeed sent from Mars, and if there is any cover up, which I think there is, it does not require all images being fake, but only a minor review before releasing to the public. And if indeed this is a skull on Mars, it was purposefully leaked to see how many of us are really paying attention.

For all the people that think this could be as Skull from an ancient lifeform in Mars, I agree, and we have to keep digging and analyzing the image in order to provide a reasonable proof of that.

Thanks to all for the comments, and for the good and bad karma points, too!
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doesn't look like a skull at all, the picture of the actual mouse skull in the bottom right corner is likely to throw off the dummies.

what kinda skull has a gaping big hole in the middle of their nose?

sorry not buying it..
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Red Hot Chilean Pepe (OP)

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Some skulls found on deserts in Earth to put things on context:

Feline skull:

[link to static.photo.net]

lizard fossil skulls found on the Gobi Desert:

[link to www.fossilmuseum.net]

[link to www.fossilmuseum.net]

[link to www.fossilmuseum.net]

Lizard skull

[link to th09.deviantart.net]

other fossil lizard skulls

[link to t1.gstatic.com]

[link to www.angelfire.com]

big mammal skulls

[link to lh4.ggpht.com]

[link to www.discoveryuk.com]


Other skulls

[link to t3.gstatic.com]
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09/05/2012 08:42 PM
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This is quite remarkable. Statistically speaking, the odds of this being an interestingly-yet-randomly eroded piece of rock are infinitesimally small.

Suppose there was only one symmetrical aspect to this rock. What are the odds of that? Well, very few non-rounded natural rocks exhibit any symmetry at all. But let's be very generous, and say that there is a 10% (1-in-10) chance that a natural rock has one example of symmetry.

Using standard statistical methods, this means that the chances of a rock having two symmetrical features would be 1/10 X 1/10 = 1/100.

I think you can see what I am getting at.

I count a minimum of 12 symmetrical features on this rock. 1/10 to the 12th power is 1/1,000,000,000,000. In other words, a crude calculation would show this 'rock' to be a 1-in-a-trillion occurrence.

I doubt that there are a trillion rocks on Mars, meaning that this specimen is probably unique among rocks on Mars, if not unique among rocks in our Solar System. And yet the Mars Rover found it.

Plausible? Yes. Likely? Absolutely not.

Let's face it: It's an animal skull.

And here, as OP has shown us, we have it posted on NASA's own web site:

[link to marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov]

What does this tell us?

1) NASA's Mars Rover has photographed a 1-in-a-trillion 'rock', in other words almost certainly NOT a rock. A skull for all intents and purposes.

2) NASA has published it on its own web site, implying that it comes from this mission to Mars and we are to believe it because it is fact -- fact documented through photographic evidence.

This can lead to only three conclusions:

1) There is or was large-scale life on Mars. Not just bacteria, but reptiles/mammals/whatever.

2) NASA sent a skull along with the Mars Rover, which it has dropped on the ground and photographed... why? To create sensationalism?

3) NASA is not shooting its photographs on Mars, but in another place that does have life.

At some point we need to reject intuition ("NASA couldn't possibly lie to us"), employ rational thought, and accept a conclusion that has 99.9999999999% certainty behind it.

I conclude #3 - NASA was/is lying.

Last Edited by g0v on 09/05/2012 09:48 PM
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That IS a skull
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This should be major news: An object that is almost certainly a skull, supposedly found by NASA on a lifeless planet, with a photo of it posted on their very own web site.

I guess we're just too used to large-scale fakery by the U.S. government... Pearl Harbor, Moon landing, Bay of Pigs, 9-11, Weapons of mass destruction... so why not let some more NASA fakery slip through too.

Lights out. Back to sleep.
Red Hot Chilean Pepe (nli)
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bump

I think this deserve more debate.

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