Really, we have disclosure now and have had it for many years so I think the reason for the two-sided attitude is to "protect us" from the shock of finding out last how strange and varied some of that Martian and Moon life really is. When we finally see a clear photo of a real live Moon Goon and the gigantic androids they have, we will shake in our boots. Now Mars on the other hand is to me, a freak show. Yeah I know, it's not polite to refer to some of the oddities that live there in that vein but if there ever was a sadder place to live than in that desolate wasteland I don't want to see it. At least in this photo they look peaceful but what do they eat if not each other?
Now I know it's very easy to see what looks like a face in a rock and then assume it's a living creature so unless I have see at least two of the same creatures before, I still call it a rock. http://marsrovers.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/ ... 7ROM1.HTML or just google SOL 1347. You will need a magifying glass to see it all
oth ... Sorry, I can't post a link to save my life. Can anybody bring this up? thx
..plus more on LL..
Sol 1347 from Opportunity Panorama lists 94 images, of which 8 are full frame EDR.
Is this the area you mean?http://marsrover.nasa.gov/gallery/all/opportunity_p1347.html
p.s. I have been building a case as well on the aspects of Martian Botany and how the "blueberry" mystery is actually taking some good strides. Plus, there is no need to zoom in or enhance anything. Thousands of pictures show this growth all over the planet and yet it's just blatantly ignored even though it's clear as a bell even from the low-res images.
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